“The major goal of organisational development is to fight the past in the present in order to choose freely the future”
-Eric Berne (as quoted in ‘Everybody Wins’)
Organisational Development is not an outcome; it’s an ongoing process. Its success demands equal involvement and commitment from all partners in the process, namely the Top Management, employees and the facilitators (Relations)
This partnership is built on confidentiality, commitment to required time and resources and mutual respect from all partners.
In addition to that, the Top Management will offer support and involvement, Relations will bring in their expertise, skills and theoretical framework while the employees will bring in their experience, participation and willingness to learn and change.
Our three pronged approach to Organisational Development is: