2 edition of Contracting for Organization Development Consultation (OD Annual) found in the catalog.
Published November 1997 by Administrator in American Society for Training and Development (AST
|Statement||American Society for Training and Development (AST|
|Publishers||American Society for Training and Development (AST|
|LC Classifications||November 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
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This requires being able to converse in members' own language and to give and receive feedback about how the relationship is progressing. Based on the studies available, all OD practitioners should have the following basic skills and knowledge to be effective: 1.
Today, contracting often involves a wider net, creating organizational support and sponsorship for projects and initiatives. We will break the core aspects of OD processes down into seven steps.
For example, the consultant needs to be clear about his or her values, and the values that shape OD. Similarly, problems are identified and priorities and improvement targets are set, before working on the identified issues.
The consultant's role might be to present the basic concepts and ideas and then to struggle jointly with the managers to select an approach that might be useful to the organization and to decide how it ' might best be implemented. Trust — building and maintaining it• Ultimately, it was a multiplier for our business results. These include processes and systems related to performance management, talent management, diversity, employee wellness, and so on.
To help members learn new skills and behaviors, practitioners must serve as concrete role models of what is expected. Not all conflicts are bad, but bad conflicts should be resolved quickly. This means that organizational development differs from the incidental change process.
What is the presenting problem and how do you honor this while determining what are the real organizational problems and issues? The Hawthorne effect refers to the famous Hawthorne studies where subjects behaved differently purely because they were being observed.
Two ongoing projects are attempting to define and categorize the skills and knowledge required of OD practitioners.
For them, possessing the listed knowledge and skills seems reasonable, especially in light of the growing diversity and complexity of interventions in OD.