Organizational development is necessary when an organization changes its overall strategy, adds or eliminates a key component of the business, and/or wants to change the nature of how it operates. It is also necessary as the organization moves through different life cycles, from its nascent stage to its dissolution stage. Organizational development is a significant topic in business, and any credible leader must be mindful of development needs in order to steer her organization effectively.
To guide organizational development successfully, all parties must have a broad and detailed understanding of the organizational structure. Pneumos understands organizational systems and structures, and its vital correlation with leadership and management
If you believe your organization is prime for organizational development, ask yourself the following questions:
- Is you management team motivated for change? Is your workforce ready for change? Change should not be done for “change” sake; it should only be done to improve the performance of organizations and the people within organizations.
- What type of “change” are you investing in? What is your vision for the organization?
- Have you developed the necessary internal political support?
- How do you intend to manage the transition?
- Once the change is instituted, how will your organization sustain momentum?
Pneumos can help guide you through the process and achieve the results you want by:
- Carefully crafting a cogent plan for organizational development
- Clarifying your vision
- Planning for changes at every level of the organization
- Designating key players to move the initiative forward
- Delegating responsibilities to the proper people
- Coaching your leaders be compassionate agents for change
- Effecting proper resolution and closure.
Contact Joel for more information. We have experience in the following subjects:
- Building a SWOT team
- Managing Polarities
- Value-based planning
- Management Systems
- Change Management
- Strategic Planning
- Evaluation, Learning and Accountability
- Organizational Culture