OrgVue by Concentra - Infographic: Connect People to Profit - The Economic Benefits of Workforce Planning

Productivity growth is vital for organizations to stay competitive. Yet most greatly under-invest in a ‘spray and pray’ approach to productivity initiatives. This infographic summarizes the findings from the CEBR study into how workforce planning improves performance.

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July 6th 2010

High Potential Development

This presentation by Guy Eccles of Screwfix as part of our 'Spreading Good Practice - A Structured Exchange' Event, examines how Screwfix implemented a range of development tools including stretch roles and succession schemes to support business growth.

  • Tags
  • Career Planning
  • Developing Employees
  • Disruptive Innovation
  • Organisation Development
  • Potential
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June 3rd 2010

Essentials of OD - Understanding the World of OD: Part Three

Part three of presentation on the essentials of organisation development (OD).

  • Tags
  • Developing Employees
  • Managing Organisations
  • Managing Uncertainty
  • Negotiations
  • Organisation Development
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June 3rd 2010

Essentials of OD - Section Two

Led by Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge and Graham Prentice, this section continues to ask what is Organisation Development, examines the history of OD, the evolution of organisation study, four theoretical roots of OD, effective design principals of change intervention and engagement analysis.

  • Tags
  • Employee Relations
  • Employee Voice
  • Flexible Working
  • Generational Issues
  • Organisation Development
  • Strategy
  • Workforce Trends
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April 30th 2010

Understanding and Analysing the Organisation Through a Theoretical Framework: Part Five

This document examines the theory of Action Research, its definition, process and principles.

  • Tags
  • Organisation Development
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April 30th 2010

Analysing & Shaping the Organisation Exercise Pack

Led by Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge and Graham Prentice, this section contains a number of practical exercises to support the OD process from developing power strategies for work to a map of 'what to know and what to do' in OD.

  • Tags
  • Organisation Development
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April 30th 2010

More Tools and Techniques for Diagnosis and Intervention: Part One

In this document Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge and Graham Prentice examine Storyboarding and Theatre of Inquiry as diagnostic and data collection tools.

  • Tags
  • Organisation Development
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April 30th 2010

More Tools and Techniques for Diagnosis and Intervention: Part Two

Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge and Graham Prentice examine large group interventions, organisation development strategies for system-wide change and ask what an OD plan looks like.

  • Tags
  • Developing Employees
  • Managing Organisations
  • Managing Uncertainty
  • Negotiations
  • Organisation Development
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April 30th 2010

Organisation Design (OD) Practice Trademarks

Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge and Graham Prentice examine the practice trademarks of OD practitioners in the context of the broad nature of OD work.

  • Tags
  • Organisation Design
  • Organisation Development
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April 30th 2010

Shaping the Organisation through my Power and Influence: Part One

This presentation looks at how personal power and influence can shape an organisation, examines delegates’ power to bases and available power strategies, as well looks at ethical ways of using power.

  • Tags
  • Organisation Development
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