Category Archives: Organizational Design

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 Action Research™ (EAR), and Emergent Learning™

Welcome to this write-up about Emergent Action Research™, and Emergent Learning™ Introduction I have worked within different areas of Emergent Action Research™ with different clients throughout the years. This is a composite of such work to create an ‘Emergent Action … Continue reading

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Part 1: Emergent Organizational Development® – Emergent Change® Video

On Emergent Change® A Simple Diagram Of How Emergent Change Occurs The following PPT Video on Emergent Change® is Part 1. of an ongoing video series: Part 1. On You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDD5_S08sZo Part 1: Emergent Change® Part 2: Emergent Organizations™ … Continue reading

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Re-Framing Perspectives

By Patrick A. Trottier FOCUS: Perspective “How we ‘see’ things is what we create.” (Trottier – sometime in the 60s) Throughout the EODC® Platform, one very unique aspect within the overall process is in facilitating people to look at themselves … 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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Culture As A Core Business Strategy

 My thoughts… I often wonder how many organizations truly put the effort into understanding how culture is fundamental to their business success, and how to optimize such to bring their desired culture into the fabric of the organization. Later on … Continue reading

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Approaches to Consultation: The Four Basic Models

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, ‘New Paradigm Consulting’; Emergence … Continue reading

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