Monthly Archives: December 2013

T-group as Cutting Edge: Today? Really?

An edited version of the following appears in a recent edition of the ODPractitioner The author, Robert P Crosby, is trained by the founders of Organization Development (OD). His first “Training-group” (T-group) was in 1953 followed by “Train-the-Trainers” with Lippitt, … Continue reading

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Change Management – Are You Managing Change or Avoiding Reality?

Change management is not something you do, it is something that IS! It is happening each moment of each day in all workplaces. Of course there are tasks and methods to learn that can help, but every work place in … Continue reading

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