This course will help you to investigate the function of Organisation Development in increasing an organisation’s effectiveness. It enables people engaged in the practise of Organisation Development to get professional recognition for their role and commitment to the organization’s success. The emphasis is on chances for you to use information and skills in your own workplace practise.
The course makes use of knowledge from the following sources:
Disciplines devoted to the study of organisational cultures, values, and behaviours
Science of organisational transformation and improvement
Management and leadership
Consideration of systems
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