Monthly Archives: March 2011

Questions – What you ask, is what you get..

Continuing on from diagnosis, it is important to understand that a key part of diagnosis is asking questions. It may sound cliched, but it’s absolutely true and very relevant, that you will only get answers to the questions you ask. … Continue reading

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Diagnosis – The Key to Effective Organization Development

Diagnosis is the key! And why? Because if you get the diagnosis wrong, everything else goes wrong. When a doctor misdiagnoses, the patient usually dies. Ditto for organizations. A good diagnosis is way beyond an X-ray, it has to be … Continue reading

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Organization Development – The Process

There’s no rocket science to the OD process. You’ve actually experienced it all your life. It’s what a doctor does when you fall sick. It’s what the mechanic does when you take your car in for repairs. I’m not going … Continue reading

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