What is OD?

 
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OD STANDS FOR ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT.

Organisation Development is a practice based on the behavioural sciences. This means we’re looking at the systematic analysis and investigation of human behaviour at work.

“Organisation Development is a systemwide application of behavioural science knowledge to the planned development and reinforcement of organisational strategies, structure, and processes for improving organisational effectiveness.” 
— Cummings & Worley (1997)

Practicing OD means developing and reinforcing organisational strategies, structure and processes with the goal of improving an organisation’s effectiveness. At PACE we especially focus on developing an organisation’s leadership, change, culture and performance.

Sometimes, it is evident that an organisation is in need of development in some areas, but there are cases in which organisations lack clarity about development needs. For these cases, we have created a quick and simple self assessment to ascertain your organisation’s effectiveness. This will show you which areas your organisation are in need of development.

 

OUR FOUR BRANCHES OF ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT

 
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Leadership Development

Leadership is the artistic ability to influence others to willingly contribute their time, talents and relevant resources towards achieving a common goal for all. 

 
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Change Management

Organisational Agility to change is the key source of competitive advantage in this VUCA world. People need to be equipped and aligned to face the challenges of change.

 
 
 
 
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Culture Building

A Real Values-Driven Culture facilitates organisations to have a clear sense of values-driven culture that influences and drives organisational behaviours, in their bid to achieve organisational goals.

 

Performance Management

A compelling employee experience includes a holistic strategy encompassing the strategic, operational and HR perspectives to strengthen an organisation’s Human Capital Value Proposition.