April 16th 2010

Organisational development – What’s in a Name

Organisational development has a vital role to play in today’s competitive, turbulent and constantly changing world in building healthy and productive organisations, argue Linda Holbeche, CIPD Director of Research and Practice, and Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, a leading thinker on organisational change.

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November 5th 2019

Handout - The Product Field

Within the workshop session, he discussed how OD can be used to solve a particular business challenge. The activity was designed to move theory into practice on a real organisational issue. Participants had the opportunity to apply OD thinking to a real business challenge.

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November 5th 2019

Introduction to The Product Field

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November 5th 2019

Organisation Development Manifesto by Mee Yan Cheung-Judge

Dr. Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, Senior Visiting Fellow, Roffey Park, shared the three reasons that OD is critical and timeless and suggested some areas in which OD may be able to support HR colleagues.

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November 5th 2019

OD’s quest for relevance: Are we sleeping at the wheel?

Dr. Chris Worley, Senior Research Scientist at the USC Marshall Center for Effective Organizations, explored the perils of OD’s staying in place.

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March 29th 2013

OD Change Principles and Leadership Change Competence

A chart summarising OD change principles and leadership change competencies.

  • Tags
  • Executive Compensation
  • Leadership
  • 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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