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Summary - Human resource development
14 Organization development (sheets)
What is organization development?Organization development is a process used to enhance both the effectiveness of an organization and the well-being of its members trough planned interventions.
What are the 3 key point related to organization development?1 Org. development enhances the effectiveness of the organization (achieving org. goals/objectives)
2 Org. development enhances the well-being org organization members
3 Org. development enhances the effectiveness of org. and individual well-beinf through planned intervention
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The greater the ratio of results to costs, the greater the benefit the organization receives by conduction the training program. If the RIO ratio is less than one, then the training program costs more than it returns to the organization.
1 Knowledge: an understanding of factors/principles related to a particular subject
2 Skills: combine abilities with capabilities that are developed as a result of training/experience
3 Abilities: general capacities related to the performance of a set of tasks.
1 Needs assessment phase: this involves examining an organization/its environment/job tasks/employee performance. Try to discouver the need/gap within an organization.
2 Design phase: design of HRD program/intervention with clear objectives. Select/develop the content of the program.
3 Implementation phase
4 Evaluation phase: measure effectiveness.
2 Provide a plan
3 Internal support for change/overcome resistance
4 Ensure top management support/commitment
5 External support
6 Provide resources
7 Institutionalize change
8 Pursue comprehensive change
2 Address the impact of mergers, acquisitions and downsizing on employees
2 Depth of the change (is it limited or does it go to the core values)
3 Pervasiveness of change (how many functions/hierarchical levels will be impacted)
2 Strategic changes: fundamental changes in the org. purpose/mission requiring system-wide changes