Organizational Development involves using custom designed activities and processes to help an organization or team to either solve a problem, or achieve a goal. To prepare people for a different future, OD often means changing the behavior of individuals and teams, as well as the systems and processes that influence their behavior
There are thousands of different types of OD Interventions. So how do you know which intervention you need? In our first article, we provide you with a guide you can use to help you choose the right intervention for your organization or team.
In our second article, we look at a problem many Organizational Development departments face. How to get the support they need from their operational leaders. We look at how to build credibility for OD in your organization.
In the third section, Mark Gorkin provides a case study of a successful OD process. He describes the activities he used to solve a complex problem that involved technological and social changes, career changes, diversity, conflict, stress and team building.
In our fourth section, we share our library of practical OD activities.
We hope that these articles, case studies and activities will help you solve problems and achieve goals, as you develop your organization for the future.
The Change Designs team