Thursday, May 2, 2013

Organization Development Basics (ASTD Training Basics) By Lisa Haneberg

Organization Development Basics (ASTD Training Basics)

Organization Development Basics (ASTD Training Basics) By Lisa Haneberg

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Organization Development Basics is a primer on the broad field of organization development and offers just the right amount of information to create an understanding of the tools, practices, and core skills of the OD practitioner. It is a useful tool for trainers and training managers wishing to add new knowledge and capabilities to their resume and is a solid resource for beginning OD professionals and human resources professionals. Like all of the books in the Training Basics series, you will find learning guideposts along the way including 'Basic Rules', 'Noted', and 'Think about This' sidebars that enable readers to scan the book and pick out and apply concepts immediately. In addition, each chapter ends with an interactive section called 'Getting It Done' that guides readers in direct application of new skills.

Product Details
  • Amazon Sales Rank: #210506 in Books
  • Published on: 2005-09-21
  • Original language: English
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 7.52" h x .43" w x 9.49" l, .80 pounds
  • Binding: Paperback
  • 156 pages
Editorial Reviews

A straightforward and thorough overview of the OD process! Haneberg details the 'basics' in an easy-to-read and understand format. This is a must read for the new OD professional as well as a terrific reference guide for the experienced practitioner. --Dave Borden, Principal, LMA Consulting Group

Organization Development Basics is an excellent guide for the OD specialist or HR generalist. I only wish I had access to this book 30 years ago. It would have significantly shortened by learning curve toward acquiring the skills, tools, and concepts required to be an effective OD practitioner. --Jim Booth, HR Executive, Board of Directors, Inspara Networking Technologies

I REALLY liked this book. What a great resource for both novice and experienced OD and HR professionals. The book is a handy roadmap to jumpstart the planning process for many key OD processes and activities. Even better, the 'Getting It Done' exercises put the information in a framework that will enable anyone to practice the techniques! --Johna Campbell, President, Leverage LLC, Strategic Human Resources and Training Solutions

About the Author
Lisa Haneberg has been an OD practitioner for 20 years. Her experience includes work for Intel Corporation, Black & Decker, Mead Paper, Amazon, and other Fortune 100 companies. She is the author of High Impact Middle Management: Solutions for Today's Busy Manager and numerous articles. She writes a management blog called Management Craft and regularly writes about OD topics. Haneberg lives in Seattle, Washington and operates a consulting firm, Haneberg Management.


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