Category Archives: Consultation Models

Basic Principles For An Emergent Organizational Development and Change (EODC)™ Platform

© By Patrick A. Trottier The following thoughts and principles, having been formed from the last 30+ years of my study, thought and practice, create a synergistic component of an overall foundation for an Emergent Organizational Development and Change (EODC)™ … Continue reading

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Part 4. Emergent Organizational Development® – Novel Technologies and Collaborative Network Organizations For The 21st Century Video

Welcome to: Part 4. Emergent Organizational Development®              Novel Technologies and Collaborative Network Organizations              For The 21st Century Part 4. On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A57dV7tdUz8 Part 1: Emergent Change®  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDD5_S08sZo Part 2: Emergent Organizations™ Part 3: Emergent Organizational Development® Part 4. … Continue reading

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Emergent Change vs. Planned Change

Lately, I have read a number of notations about ’emergent change vs. planned change’. I consider the following journal the quintessential and most proficient write-up on ’emergent and planned change’. It brings out the history of change efforts, key distinctions, … Continue reading

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Emergent Organizational Development And Emergent Change (EODC)®

By Patrick A. Trottier We know that organizations today are facing a significant increase in the rate of change and greater complexities in the issues, opportunities and challenges they face as regional and global growth is demanded. The purpose of … Continue reading

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The Four Basic Approaches to Consultation – Working With People and Organizations

© By Patrick Trottier The concepts and ideas in the following write-up have been developed from a number of prominent and respected people in the field of OD, especially: Vol. I / II ‘Process Consultation’, Edger H. Schein – 1987, 1988, … Continue reading

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Try ‘OWNERSHIP’! ‘BUY-IN’ Just Doesn’t Make The Grade…

© By Patrick Trottier                “Anytime you, or someone around you, thinks or talks about ‘buy-in’;  Beware! It is a danger signal telling you that your development and implementation process is missing the essential ingredient of involving all who should be … Continue reading

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