Constant learning is a strong value at ODA. What keeps us going is the constant endeavour to be thought leaders who positively impact our world.
Organisational Values – The Hidden Factor
In the last 4 weeks, we received quite a few invitations from multiple organizations across diverse sectors to provide our approach to define/ align values to the organizations’ purpose, mission and values. Does this means there is more interest among
Rhizomtic thinking and organisation development
Recognizing OD (organisation development) as an ever-evolving confluence of multiple disciplines; psychology, sociology, philosophy and management has been exhilarating for me. While I look at the history of OD and its stages of evolution it’s fascinating to see how parallel
From Diagnostic OD to Dialogic OD
As per the traditional view ‘an organisation becomes what it becomes because of the direction, programs, plan chosen by the dominant coalition in the organisation and implemented through the administrative system designed by them’. This construct could be limiting
5 Questions That Can Transform Leaders and Their Organizations
There are five questions that I always ask my clients and the people we coach.
Now, I’m talking about leaders who are successful, smart and intelligent and have positive intentions. Yet, while they are deeply involved and focused on quality,
Travis – Prophet or a Pusher?
MARTIN Scorcese’s cult hit of the 1970s had Robert de Nero playing the intense, brooding, and lonesome Travis who had a problem with the way the world – at least New York City – was. And he set about to
Five Questions That Lead To Self-Discovery
Leaders need to self-awareness and a lack of self-awareness is a main reason for leadership failure. We have heard this many a times and from many a sources. There are thousands of books on the subject and hundreds of workshops,