Organizational Development

Organizational Development is two things. First, it is a specific strategy for corporate effectiveness and strength that uses ideas from behavioral science. Second, it's a generic term for discussing concepts and strategies for improving your organization. While other channels cover organizational design, growth, change, management, restructuring, and more, here you will find expert authors' general ideas about the overall effort to create strong, lasting organizations.

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