Organizational Development Process

An Organizational Development Process is rules and agreements an organization maintains for scaling how work is completed, the quality of results, and the confidence work can be completed with.

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  • Extinguish Exhaustion from Eggshells

    I find that in my workplace culture work, there’s a tremendous amount of time and energy spent hoping and trying not to hurt someone’s feelings or upset someone.  Likely, a particular someone. Perhaps you feel this way. If you do, may I suggest… You can’t walk on eggshells – really, try it.  Crunch, crunch, and because you can’t help yourself to tr Read more >

  • I was told “don’t share this with anyone.”

    If you’re in a position of authority and you tell one of your team members, “don’t share this with anyone,” thin ice magically appears below your feet as well as theirs. You have just created a precarious predicament.  Both of you are implicated – you in sharing and them in knowing. Asking a team member to withhold information from other team Read more >

  • Can Your Compensation Pass the Printer Test?

      Nanci Meadows, the People Champion of Hubb (an event management software company out of Vancouver, WA), recently shared their compensation printer test. Here’s the printer test: If a copy of everyone’s compensation was left on the printer and anyone in the company found it, how would you react? If you would blurt out profanity, be nervous, Read more >

Training Process

Communication Process

Escalation Process

Innovation Process