Organization development (OD) practitioners help companies manage change and align people, processes, and practices for success. At the heart of practice, OD helps the organizations find the best way to get from point A to point B employing a range of disciplines and competencies including the behavioral sciences field - psychology, sociology, and cultural anthropology. This book is primer on the broad field of OD and offers just the right amount of information to gain an understanding of the tools, practices, and core skills of the OD practitioner. It is a useful book for trainers and training managers wishing to add new knowledge and capabilities to their resume and is a solid resource for beginning OD professionals and other human resource professionals.
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CHAPTER 1: Organization Development's Contribution to Business Success; CHAPTER 2: The Job of Organization Development; CHAPTER 3: The Action Research Approach to Change; CHAPTER 4: The Appreciative Inquiry Approach to Change; CHAPTER 5: Transition Management; CHAPTER 6: Internal Consulting Techniques; CHAPTER 7: Facilitating Dialogue; CHAPTER 8: The Art of Coaching; CHAPTER 9: Coaching Techniques; CHAPTER 10: Beyond the Basics; CHAPTER 11: Continuing Your Exploration of Organization Development.
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