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The Roles of Organisation Development

  • Livre Relié
  • 160 Nombre de pages
Informationen zum Autor Dr Annamaria Garden is an independent OD consultant. She has over 20 years of expertise in the field of or... Lire la suite
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Informationen zum Autor Dr Annamaria Garden is an independent OD consultant. She has over 20 years of expertise in the field of organizational development and has proven experience in running her own self-employed consulting and facilitation practice in London, gaining a reputation for being creative, leading edge and dependable. Annamaria has extensive experience in transformational change-solutions incorporating people-based behavioural and psychological change. She has worked at junior, middle and senior levels in companies, carrying out organisation-wide initiatives. Her clients have included Rolls Royce Plc, ICL-Fujitsu, Memorex UK and Memorex International, BP Oil Exploration, The Housing Corporation, the NHS, The BBC, Sony, The Prudential, M&G, Dataconnection, Cambridge Management Centre and Nestle, among others. Zusammenfassung The Roles of Organisation Development by Dr Annamaria Garden introduces a radically new and original framework to explain organisation development work and how it is done. The origin of the book came out of a question asked by a woman OD practitioner: How do you do what you do? This book is Dr Gardenâ™s answer to that question. Dr Garden found that she did not think in terms of formal roles or roles as typically described in the organisational development or management literature. Instead, she described what she did in terms of: the Seer, Translator, Cultivator, Catalyst, Navigator, Teacher, Guardian. These are presented primarily as roles for OD people but managers would be wise to adopt them also. They are current across the world in any organisation. Garden was trained in her PhD from MIT by two of the founding fathers of OD: Professor Ed Schein and Professor Dick Beckhard. The book refers, in places, to their teaching and interaction. The Roles of Organisation Development will appeal to OD, strategy and marketing consultants, academics as well as managers doing OD work, and trying to move and change the organisation leaning on the soft skills. ...

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Dr Annamaria Garden is an independent OD consultant. She has over 20 years of expertise in the field of organizational development and has proven experience in running her own self-employed consulting and facilitation practice in London, gaining a reputation for being creative, leading edge and dependable. Annamaria has extensive experience in transformational change-solutions incorporating people-based behavioural and psychological change. She has worked at junior, middle and senior levels in companies, carrying out organisation-wide initiatives. Her clients have included Rolls Royce Plc, ICL-Fujitsu, Memorex UK and Memorex International, BP Oil Exploration, The Housing Corporation, the NHS, The BBC, Sony, The Prudential, M&G, Dataconnection, Cambridge Management Centre and Nestle, among others.

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The Roles of Organisation Development by Dr Annamaria Garden introduces a radically new and original framework to explain organisation development work and how it is done. The origin of the book came out of a question asked by a woman OD practitioner: How do you do what you do? This book is Dr Garden's answer to that question. Dr Garden found that she did not think in terms of formal roles or roles as typically described in the organisational development or management literature. Instead, she described what she did in terms of: the Seer, Translator, Cultivator, Catalyst, Navigator, Teacher, Guardian. These are presented primarily as roles for OD people but managers would be wise to adopt them also. They are current across the world in any organisation. Garden was trained in her PhD from MIT by two of the founding fathers of OD: Professor Ed Schein and Professor Dick Beckhard. The book refers, in places, to their teaching and interaction. The Roles of Organisation Development will appeal to OD, strategy and marketing consultants, academics as well as managers doing OD work, and trying to move and change the organisation leaning on the soft skills.

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Titre: The Roles of Organisation Development
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Code EAN: 9781472454140
ISBN: 978-1-4724-5414-0
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Taylor and Francis
Genre: Management
nombre de pages: 160
Poids: 431g
Taille: H234mm x B156mm
Année: 2015

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