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Organizational Dynamics
Organizational development is a system wide application of behavioral science knowledge applied to the planned development and reinforcement of organizational strategies, structures, and processes for improving an organization’s effectiveness

Organizational Development Focus is on….
  • Improving the total organization and its subdivisions
  • Whole system changes necessary to respond effectively to internal or external pressures
  • Processes which assist the organization to achieve increased productivity
  • How to motivate, utilize and integrate associate skills, talent and intellectual capital
Developing organizations requires system thinking:

"A System"
A system is anything that takes its integrity and form from the on-going interaction of its parts.
Systems are defined by the fact that their elements have a common purpose and behave in common ways, precisely because they are interrelated toward a purpose.

"Systems" Thinking:
Encourages flexibility, innovation and the ability to react quickly to the market place or internal or external customer needs.

Constructive Culture Philosophy
  • An organization’s only sustainable competitive advantage is the quality of its workforce
  • Investing in the development of its employees is as important as physical investments
  • Employee involvement (teamwork) results in higher quality products and highly motivated employees
  • Moderate risk taking encourages innovation
  • Rules and procedures are meant to be applied with flexibility and reason
We help organizations achieve the following:
  • Demonstrate that people are the only sustainable competitive advantage
  • Strategies that treat members with respect and appreciation as unique individuals
  • Practices that encourage decision making at all levels
  • Emphasis on employee training and individual growth
  • Use of open communication up and down
  • Encouragement of innovation through employee involvement and self-expression
  • Managers who guide, coach, support and promote as opposed to constrain, and "tell how"