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On Organisational Development
Dr. Jens J. Hansen

Dr. Jens J. Hansen has worked in education for more than four decades and his interests span research methods, adult learning, philosophy and rural education.
He has survived a suite of experiences including parenthood, building, badminton and red wine. 
By Dr. Jens J. Hansen
Published on 06/12/2012

Most of us know about organisations which are, for one reason or another, dysfuntional in one way or another.  Equally, most of us know, rightly or wrongly, about what we consider to be wrong with elements within that organisation.  But whatever the malaise we've identified, we must remember that organisations consist of people, plant and processes.  So if adjustments need to be made, it follows that they should focus on those domains.  

A colleague of mine, Patrick Baker, showed me a rubric for organisational development once and I'm sharing that with you here.  It is a single page diagram and I've altered the original, hopefully improving it (click here to access that diagram).  I've also made a slideshow I generated available to anyone who wants to see the diagram as a series of elements (click here for the slideshow)