The NTL Handbook of Organization Development and Change
The NTL Handbook of Organization Development and Change is a vital tool for anyone who wants to know how to effectively bring about meaningful and sustainable change in organizations—even in the state of turbulence and complexity that today’s organizations encounter. Featuring contributions from leading practitioners and scholars in the field, each chapter explores a key aspect of organization development. In this new edition, each of the 34 chapters has been revised in response to recommendations from the contributors and NTL members. Partnering Resources Founder Maya Townsend contributed “Organization Network Dynamics and Analysis” to the book.
752 pages. Edited by Brenda B. Jones MS and Michael Brazzel PhD.
Handbook for Strategic HR: Best Practices In Organization Development from the OD Network
Companies are calling upon a new breed of HR professionals to behave as organization development consultants, helping to determine priorities in running the business, design how work gets done, craft strategy, and shape culture. A compendium of the best thinking on the subject, Handbook for Strategic HR includes 78 articles from the renowned OD Practitioner. It introduces readers to core organization development strategies and skills, giving them creative approaches, practical tips, and proven methods. Comprehensive and practical, this forward-thinking book enables readers to become key partners in leading their organizations forward.
662 pages. Edited by John Vogelsang PhD, Maya Townsend, Matt Minahan, David Jamieson, Judy Vogel, Annie Viets, Cathy Royal, & Lynne Valek.
The Antidote to the 10,000 Name Contact List: Networking for Introverts
Some of us will never enjoy walking into a room of strangers and making connections. Does that mean we’re doomed professionally? Not at all!
In this on-demand webinar, we learn about the science behind networking and how that science can help engineers, technologists, and introverts make connections successfully and strategically. We draw on insights from researchers and practitioners in the social sciences and business to learn about the networking practices of high performers. We dispel the myth that people who want strong networks should never eat alone and, instead, we learn about the simple actions that significantly contribute to the health of your network.
60-minute on-demand webinar. Initially presented 9/20/2012 to Women in Technology International.