October 7th 2013

Post Meeting Review Notes – Emerging Approaches to Organisation Design

A summary of CRF’s event on organisation design (OD) with Dr. Susan Mohrman, University of Southern California, exploring how organisations have developed and how to manage complexity and behaviours within organisations. Short case studies from a number of member organisations are also included.

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