Organization Development Consulting
Organization Development (OD) is the practice of helping organizations solve problems and reach their goals.
A key emphasis in OD is assisting clients not just in meeting their goal but with learning new problem-solving skills they can use in the future.
- Change Management — working with departments, to help them plan and implement significant changes in their organizations such as work reorganization or moves and space changes. Change management is a set of ideas, strategies, and skills that can be applied to engage change effectively. We help in planning for change, implementing change and supporting continuous improvement following change.
- Group Problem Solving — helping a group identify a key issue, gather information about it, and outline decisions or action plans needed to address the issue.
- Talent Management -– helping managers assess their department’s workforce so that the right people are in the right roles with the right set of skills at the right time. As a department manager and leader, there are various talent management strategies you can use to promote development in the workplace. These strategies include: Retaining and developing the workforce; Learning and development strategies and talent management and workforce planning.
- Meeting Design & Facilitation — working with clients to help them plan an agenda, stay with the agenda, and discuss issues effectively. Have you ever been to a meeting where no one seemed to be in charge? Or a meeting where there was no clear reason to meet or no agenda? If you have, you know it can be frustrating. Meeting design is a field that identifies techniques and methods that help meetings run smoothly. One of those techniques is the role of a facilitator — a person who leads the meeting process.
- Team Development — helping a team to develop its ability to work more effectively together. Teams share a commitment to a common purpose, mission and goals and work in an environment of mutual accountability. Successful teams develop effective group process, using ground rules and norms to promote effective interpersonal communication.
- Business Process Redesign — working with a group to analyze the current way of doing a specific piece of work to determine whether there is a better way to design how the work gets done.
- Customized Training — working with a group to develop or renew knowledge, skill or values relative to a group goal.