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HUMAN RESOURCES SERIES

Mastering Organization Development and Design: Mastering Organization


Advance HR Skill set to Strategic HR Consulting on Organizational Structure, Cultural Alignment, Change Management and Cross Border Business Growth

Development and Design:


22 - 23 May 2013 The Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

22 - 23 May 2013 The Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaChange Organizational Structure, Cultural Alignment,

Advance HR Skill set to Strategic HR Consulting on Management and Cross Border Business Growth

Your Expert Trainer


10% group discounts fo r 3 or more delegates

DR. ANNA TAVIS, Ph.D.


Faculty, New York University Executive Editor, People and Strategy Journal

Dr. Anna Tavis has pursued a Global Talent Management, Learning and OD career in business, academia, and consulting. She led Global Talent and Development at Fortune 50 companies: Motorola, Nokia, AiG and United Technologies. In academia, she served on the faculty at Williams College, Faireld University, and Columbia University. Currently, she is teaching graduate courses in Global Talent Management and Organization Effectiveness at the Department of Leadership and Human Resource Management at NYU.

Statement of Workshop Objectives


Goals for the business leaders: to develop knowledge and skills to align their organizations with evolving business requirements (M&As, matrix, transnational and multinational corporations) Goals for the HR leaders: to develop critical consulting skills to help business growth through alignment of org. structure with business strategy and conducting effective change management initiatives. Every HR professional must learn the foundations of org. development in order to be an effective change leader and a credible partner to the business This workshop will help you learn how to advance your HR consulting from transactional to the strategic level

Key Takeways
Own the critical role of HR in helping business create aligned org. structures Understand required HR competencies Get introduced to the key principles of the overall Org. Development and Design consulting Learn how to design an effective Change Management process Be able to advise and coach senior leaders and managers and facilitate the necessary change Be the experts on negotiating cross-cultural differences

Materials Provided Format


Pre-session work, interactive classroom instruction, cases studies and action learning engagement in the class room and follow-up consulting support upon request Reference Binder Includes the program deck in notes pages, exercises, worksheets, case studies Reference Materials A selection of recommended Talent Management articles and best practice guides, case studies, additional reference materials

OLYGEN SDN BHD | www.olygen.com | jerry.cheng@za.olygen.com | | Tel: +603 2282 0369 | Fax: +603 2282 0379 |

Mastering Organization Development and Design:


Advance HR Skill set to Strategic HR Consulting on Organizational Structure, Cultural Alignment, Change Management and Cross Border Business Growth
22 - 23 May 2013
About Your Trainer
At Motorola, Dr. Tavis led the Organizational Development function for EMEA based in London. She subsequently moved to Helsinki to be the Head of Talent Management for Nokia where she worked extensively in Europe, India, Eurasia and the Middle East. Upon her return to the United States in 2005, Dr. Tavis led global learning and development at United Technologies Corporation servicing over 215,000 employees in more than 70 countries. In 2007, she moved to New York City to join AIG Global Asset Management Group and was engaged with establishing a robust integrated Talent Management process globally, with the emphasis on Asia. Dr. Tavis is the Executive Editor of People and Strategy Journal and is a Board member of the Human Resource Planning Society. Her collection of edited essays: Point Counterpoint, New Perspectives on People and Strategy has just been published by SHRM (Society for Human Resources Management). The Diversity Lecture Series Dr. Tavis launched received a national award from SIFMA (Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association) Specialties: Integrated Talent Management: Performance Management, Succession Planning, Leadership Development, Talent Acquisition, Assessments, Coaching and Mentoring, OD and Change Management in complex global organizations.

The Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Who Should Attend


HR VPs, Directors, managers tasked to support business growth, drive org. redesign and guide change management initiatives HR specialists (Talent Management, Learning and Development, Communications and OD) whose process is immediately impacted through change HR policy developers and decision makers Line managers who guide growth and change in their organizations

Methodology
Pre-session work : Prior to the workshop, attendees are asked to complete a worksheet identifying current talent management practices in the organization In-person workshop : Instructor led and highly interactive group work a. Instruction, triads, class discussion, pairs discussion, case studies, videos and exercises b. Action-learning will be used to explore, plan and practice the skills participants learn c. Using their organizations as a case study, participants, in discussion with the facilitator and their peers in the workshop, will develop a talent management framework to take back to their organization d. Extensive use of case studies throughout the workshop. Companies to be discussed: Nokia, Unilever, IBM Post-session assistance : Setting up a peer consulting network to help further learning and change management in implementing org. design and org. development initiatives.

I took Dr. Tavis Global Talent Management class and Human Resources Management class at NYUs Leadership and Human Capital Management Graduate Program. She is a great teacher, and her classes were two of the best I have ever taken. She is extremely intelligent, and her ideas are always brilliant and innovative. Also, I was so impressed by her deep understanding of other cultures. She truly is a global professional, and I strongly recommend her classes to anyone looking to really understand deeply about these subjects. Kumiko Nakashima Fellow at Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Columbia University

OLYGEN SDN BHD | www.olygen.com | jerry.cheng@za.olygen.com | | Tel: +603 2282 0369 | Fax: +603 2282 0379 |

Mastering Organization Development and Design:


Advance HR Skill set to Strategic HR Consulting on Organizational Structure, Cultural Alignment, Change Management and Cross Border Business Growth
22 - 23 May 2013 The Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

COURSE AGENDA : DAY 01


Introductions: Participants bring personal experience What we want to learn What we each have to contribute Key Themes: What is Org.Development? What is Org.Effectiveness? What is Org.Behavior? How Business Org. Work and How they change? Key Denitions: The STAR Model: interdependency between strategy, capabilities, processes, structure, people practices Applications in business Case Studies #1 Apparel Brands Inc.(ABI) when the Business Model changes Case Studies #2 Global Food Products when you go global

COURSE AGENDA : DAY 02


Introduction: Making complex organizations work. Leading change management. Globalization. Key Themes: Models for Change Competencies of OD practitioners Individuals and change Ethics, values, culture and practice Technology and change Key Denitions: Positive change management Organizational transitions, Stakeholder management, resilience Measurement of outcomes

Case Studies #1 Googles Way Case Studies #2 KFCs radical approach in China (HBR)

Activities: Participants bring in their org. design development cases Work in groups and as a class on current cases

Activities: Planning your organizations globalization activities. Participants case studies. Survey.

Small Class-Size:
Due to the interactive format of the programme, the class size will be kept small to ensure facilitators attention and effective class discussion.

Timetable
0830 0900 0900 1030 1030 1045 1045 1230 1230 1330 1330 1500 1500 1515 1515 1700 Registration First Morning Half Morning Break Second Morning Half Lunch First Afternoon Half Afternoon Break Second Afternoon Half

Customisation with Pre-Course Questionnaire (PCQ):


A PCQ will be sent to you upon your registration which will allow you to raise your specic areas of interest. Alan will review and analyze these in advance and address them during the workshops, seeking to fully satisfy your learning needs.

Internal Training:
This programme is available as an internal training. Email us to nd out more at: inhouse@olygen.com

REGISTRATION
OLYGEN SDN BHD | TEL:+603 2282 0369
MASTERING ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN The Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur | 22 - 23 May 2013 (O1330MY)

Contact: Jerry Cheng FAX:+603 2282 0379


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