Organisations are continually faced with the challenges of developing a confident and competent workforce in order to achieve organisational goals, increase productivity and positive outcomes. Organisational Development training course will help managers realise their importance and role in communications within the company and outside, appreciate the process and the tools and ultimately use them at subsequent situations.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Understand the components of an Organisational Development process
- Review managerial motivation and barriers to support OD
- Describe the project plan design implications for OD, the stimuli that can be used to develop deeper
- understanding and benchmarks for the best Organisational Development practice
- Contract the types of training and knowledge management that compliment project designs
- Create a realistic and inspirational vision for the future
- Identify a broad action plan focussed on areas of key development
Who Should Attend:
The Organisational Development training course is ideal for senior managers, senior HR practitioners, OD specialists, internal change agents and consultants or just anyone who are charged with setting up or delivering Organisational Development capability through their function or role and want to explore the topic further. This one week training course will change the way your company thinks and functions!
Defining organisation development
- Demystifying the organisation and working with organisational models
- Looking at the organisation as a whole and thinking in layers'
- The OD Mindset: thinking systemically
- Making sense of OD interventions
Organisational Development concepts and processes
- Intake process
- Transactional Analysis
- Organisation Diagnosis
Choosing an organisation design model and approach
- Making the case for organisation design
- Relating structural choices to business strategy
- Surfacing the risks in the organisation design project
- Involving leaders and other stakeholders
- Measuring progress during and after the design work.
Agreeing the programme governance
- Deciding the role of HR in organisation design
- Enhancing the effectiveness of training programmes
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