Dynamics of Effective Consulting and Implementation

3.00 credit hours

This course will: 1) highlight the major current trends and changes that affect the nature of managerial work; 2) describe how OD practitioners and consultants need o factor such trends into their consulting strategies; 3) differentiate between types of interventions, the circumstances in which they apply and their unique strengths; 4) provide background theories that explain the challenges inherent in mobilizing positive change; 5) describe ways to bridge the gap between knowing and doing in order to build organization resilience; and 6) introduce a variety of consulting techniques and skills that the students can add to their repertoire. The course will develop a framework that considers the purpose of a consulting strategy (why); the process that one might employ (how); and the principles that form the foundations for action and intervention (what).

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Harlow Cohen


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Weatherhead School of Management
Case Western Reserve University

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Cleveland, Ohio 44106-7235 USA

216.368.2030

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