Strategy. Structure. Culture. It’s a no brainer that these three components have to coact and make an organization thrive. So why does it seem like they are constantly bothering and even counteracting each other? In our opinion it is because all 3 are massive forces in any organization, and mastering them requires apt mindset, skills and instruments. That is exactly what this mini-masterclass on OD (organizational development) is about.
For several years now Beanmachine has been supporting clients on organizational development. The best of all these practices are now compliled in one groundbreaking training day. Take a deep breath though, as this will be a high energetic mastering of building blocks to really get you do things differently!
Upfront we will send you some inspirational reading. A mix of both solid classic literature and trending stuff.
After the mini-masterclass, an individual follow-up coaching helps you digest your insights, customized to your organization and your specific role/ambitions.
Geert's preferred habitat is at the touchpoint of people and organization. His style is a mix of bold action and deep reflection influenced by different disciplines such as contextual thinking, business modeling, action learning, appreciative inquiry… When it comes to organizational development, Geert brings another perspective and energy to the table. We already know, you will soon see!
Hans works with organizations, leaders and teams. The complexer the issue, the more you get his attention. His style is eclectic, using techniques from a variety of disciplines (business modeling, systemic coaching, service design,…). He's highly appreciated for his pragmatic approach, facilitation skills, open communication and divergent thinking. We at Beanmachine love Hans mainly because... well, he's Hans.
8h30 - 17h30
Pricing includes all OD materials involved during your journey as well as food and beverages to get you through this (long) day. Coffee already available as from 7h30 for early birds who prefer to avoid traffic issues.