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Is KM the future of OD
or
Is OD the future of KM?
DESIGN THINKING
SYSTEMS THINKING
FUNCTIONS
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
EMPLOYEE ...
ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT
ORGANISATION DESIGN
Alignment and fit of the parts of the
organisation to most effectively achiev...
DIAGNOSTIC
DIALOGIC
1. Contracting
2. Data Collection
3. Data Analysis
4. Feedback
5. Action Planning
6. Action Taking
7. ...
“If we aspire to both the labels and the roles of helper,
counselor, adviser, and supporter, using ourselves as key
instru...
Let’s discuss!
klowey22
Thank you,
John Hovell
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SIKM - Organisation Development and Knowledge Management

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These slides were used during a presentation to the SIKM Knowledge Management Community in September 2016

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SIKM - Organisation Development and Knowledge Management

  1. 1. Is KM the future of OD or Is OD the future of KM?
  2. 2. DESIGN THINKING SYSTEMS THINKING FUNCTIONS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT CREATIVE THINKING GLOBAL ECONOMY FUTURISTS GAMIFICATION CYBERNETICS POLITICS DISCIPLINES ARE CONVERGING
  3. 3. ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION DESIGN Alignment and fit of the parts of the organisation to most effectively achieve its strategy Applied behavioural sciences addressing both the human and organisational needs
  4. 4. DIAGNOSTIC DIALOGIC 1. Contracting 2. Data Collection 3. Data Analysis 4. Feedback 5. Action Planning 6. Action Taking 7. Evaluation 8. Termination • Reality and relationships are socially constructed • Organisations are meaning making systems • Language, broadly defined, matters • Creating change requires changing conversations • Groups and organisations are inherently self-organising * **
  5. 5. “If we aspire to both the labels and the roles of helper, counselor, adviser, and supporter, using ourselves as key instruments, we must undertake a process of lifelong discovery and of owning and refining our instrumentality.” Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, The Self as an Instrument
  6. 6. Let’s discuss! klowey22 Thank you, John Hovell

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