OD Network 2007 Archived Webinars
Change the Game: Repositioning OD into Strategic Change Consulting - Presented by: Linda Ackerman
In her 30th year of working on strategic change, Linda discussed large scale strategic change, from the perspective of building the capacity for change leadership in your organization and how to deliver results. She explore s how people partner during times of change, how the OD functions during change, and the implications for your rule as an OD practitioner.
Leading Meetings that Matter - Presented by: Marvin Weisbord and Sandra Janoff
In their classic model, Sandra and Marv talk about why petiole hate meetings, and contributed to meetings that people are satisfied with. They explore why we need to accept ourselves as we are in order to help people accept themselves as they are, and that is a key prerequisite for change.
OD is Diversity: Differences are at the Heart of the Field - Presented by: Heather Berthoud and Bob Greene, Berthoud/Greene Consultants, LLC
Heather and Bob make the case that dealing with diversity -- within ourselves and our organizations -- is a key OD competency and is critical to the self awareness that we need for the effective use of self. They encourage a hard look at organizational culture, especially looking to determine "whose rules rule."
Toward a Theory of OD Practice - Presented by: Dave Jamieson and Chris Worley
Two of the leading thinkers and teachers of OD theory and practice, Chris and David explore what makes something an OD intervention. They talk about the need for design, management, and desired behaviors. They also discuss the four key OD values, of choice, participation, learning, and human development.