Organisation Analysis and Diagnosis
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STUDY 2 HOUR PER WEEK TO COMPLETE IN 3 WEEKS
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About this Course
An organisation is not just a collection of individuals with employment contracts. It consists of divisions, departments, and teams, all interacting together. It is a living evolving organism – and as such, it is at risk of all kinds of 'diseases': dysfunctional politics, internal competition, overlapping accountabilities, clashing objectives, weak leadership, and many more!
The task of the OD Professional is to help the organisation and its various parts stay healthy. However, most of the work of an OD professional is in diagnosing and healing problems. Understanding these complexities calls on a number of models, disciplines, skills, techniques and instruments.
The essential first step in any project is to clearly define the problem to be solved and then diagnose the causes behind it and set objectives for the assignment. This course will enable you to do this, covering a range of practical assignments that you might encounter. At the end, you will have the confidence to discuss at any level how the organisation can become more effective in delivering its mission.
Who Should Enrol?
Both internal and external consultants will find this course valuable, as will an aspiring or existing HR Director who is looking to ensure OD initiatives are carried out professionally and add value to the organisation.
Benefits of Enrolling
To understand what constitutes a 'healthy' organisation, and the ailments and issues that can impact health
Understand and analyse what creates and maintains the 'culture' of an organisation, and the impact of individual and collective leadership
Know where to look for issues and problems that may have an 'OD' solution
Choose appropriate diagnostic tools for understanding the potential causes of issues
To set clear and measurable objectives for change to achieve the 'desired state'
To feel confidence to apply learning in your own organisation