Organizational Development

Organizational Development is both a specific strategy for corporate effectiveness based on building a strong company by using ideas from behavioral science and a generic term used to discuss conceptual ways to improve your organization. While you can turn to specific channels for organizational design, growth, change, management, restructuring and more, look here for authors' ideas about creating strong, lasting organizations.
In: Strategy

Summaries

Artistry, Choice, and Leadership

Lee G. Bolman and Terrence E. Deal

Jossey-Bass, 2013

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How to Create a Management Shift to Transform Performance and Profit

Vlatka Hlupic

Bloomsbury, 2018

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How to Stop the Corporation from Stifling People and Strangling Profits

Robert Townsend

Jossey-Bass, 2007

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Alexander Osterwalder et al.

Global Peter Drucker Forum, 2017

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Steven Sinofsky

Medium, 2016

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Five Ways to Activate a Global Operation Model

Gregory Kesler and Amy Kates

Jossey-Bass, 2015

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A New Way of Dealing with Uncertainty

Patrick Hollingworth

Wiley, 2016

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Making the ‘human system’ the focal point of transformation efforts unleashes extraordinary, tangible results.

Gaurav Bhatnagar and Heather Gilmartin Adams

Co-Creation Partners, 2015

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Talent, Leadership, and Culture

Dave Ulrich

Connex Chronicle, 2016

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Know Your Talent Better Than You Know Your Customers

Leerom Segal et al.

Portfolio, 2014

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