OD and Change: History and Evolution

Business - Carrie Foster

In this course, we build up a strong review of the hypotheses and history that help Organization Development (OD) and Change.

We begin with a short diagram of what OD is and an audit of the chronicled advancement of the field of OD and its association with changes in the outside condition. This prompts a discussion about the hypothesis and routine with regards to Organization Development and its connection to attitudinal, behavioral, and expertise prerequisites of an association's (HR). At that point, we investigate how to utilize this data and learning adequately by testing, validating and applying models to a particular individual, group, work, and corporate situations.

This course serves to empower the OD professional to recognize suspicions, assess explanations, audit prove and distinguish values inside the hierarchical framework.

 

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore the historical evolution of the field of Organization Development (OD) and its connection to changes in the external environment.
  • Identify the theory and practice of Organization Development (OD) and its relation to attitudinal, behavioral, and skill requirements of an organization’s human resources (HR)
  • Discover how to use information regarding the theory and practice of Organization Development (OD) in different scenarios.

Instructor

Carrie Foster

OD Specialist

Carrie Foster specialises in the facilitation of coaching, people management, and Organisation Development…

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Instructor

Carrie Foster

OD Specialist

Carrie Foster specialises in the facilitation of coaching, people management, and Organisation Development…

Training 5 or more people?

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