Corporate and organization development work have direct payoff toward accomplishing any organization missions.
What is Corporate and Organizational Development? Organizational development is the process through which an organization develops the internal capability to be the most effective in achieving its mission work and to sustain itself over the long term.
Why Pursue with Corporate and Organizational Development? With set organization vision and well-functioning organization guided with its Organizational Development. The corporate and organization will effectively achieve its mission.
Using Organization Development process will add the following significance; I. Corporate survival – whether improving basic systems or providing space to understand and address critical transitions.
II. Total quality management – by improving the quality of their work through human, technical and investments. The organizations will build their credibility and accountability in the eyes of their workforce and supporters.
III. The ability to measure its capability – as organizations strengthened their capacity for evaluation, communication, collaboration and resource finding they will attract clients and customer for further investment and support to level and impact their program and project work.
IV. Value focusing – values are the foundation of the mission work, The Corporate and Organization Development led organizations to make a commitment to practice internally what they are seeking to accomplish externally.
V. Increase the level of emotional intelligence – Developing staff and board members so they can improve program results – by creating an environment where people feel valued and seek continual learning and improvement, staff and board members increased their energy and effectiveness towards the achievement of mission.
The following are the core components of effective organizations in which corporate and organizations development will be enhanced;
- Vision, Values and Mission
- Strategic Thinking and Planning
- Program Development and Implementation
- Evaluation, Learning and Accountability
- Human Resource Management
- Organizational Culture
- Management Systems and Structures
- Legal Compliance, Fiscal Management and Public Accountability
- Resource Development
- Constituent Relationships