Organizational Development Principles (2-day Workshop) (ODP101)

  • 04 Dec 2010
  • 10:00
  • 05 Dec 2010
  • 17:00
  • Temple University, Japan Campus, 2-8-12 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0047

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Note: This Workshop is offered through TUJ's Continuing Education Program. Interested participants should register HERE.

'Organization Development' (OD) is a term that is familiar to many in the international business community, but may not be well-understood.

This two-day workshop is designed for those who may have had some exposure to the OD theory and practice and desire a deeper understanding. That understanding will be achieved through an introduction and review of the theoretical framework of OD, discussion of the values and challenges that inform this practice, presentation and discussion of the criteria of successful interventions and the linkage between leadership and activities that support 'planned' change.


(Day 1).
Practitioners attempting to implement OD theory and practice in global, hybrid, or domestic Japanese organization cultures encounter unique challenges. These challenges will be surfaced in (Day 2), a review of process consultation techniques such as organization assessment, coaching and facilitation to be followed by hands-on practice in applying these techniques to case studies generated in the Japan environment. 

Course Fee: Y37,000 (10% discount applies if you are a JHRS Premium Member)

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Instructors: Group Faculty

Leslie Taylor, M.A.
Leslie is a Tokyo-based OD Consultant and Executive Coach. She has for the last twelve years supported the development of global leaders and leadership culture in the context of MNCs in Japan. In this capacity, Leslie has experienced first-hand the challenges managers and internal HR and L&D professionals encounter when implementing people and organization development methods in Japanese, hybrid and global organization cultures. She has significant experience in localization of global inclusion/gender/diversity initiatives; implementation of talent management strategy and practice; implementation of systemic leadership development programs.

Leslie has served as Senior Consultant, Lead Assessor and Coaching Practice Champion for Personnel Decisions International Japan. Prior to this role, she participated in large-scale interventions to improve organization effectiveness post M&A (IWNC Group). She is currently, Principal Consultant, of The Human Element LLC, and heads the development of OD Network Japan International Practice Group. Leslie holds an M.A. in Organization Management and Development from Fielding Graduate University and is certified as an Executive Coach by Personnel Decisions International, Linkage Inc., and the Japan-America Institute of Management Science.

Kohei Nishikawa
Having been the Director of Konan University's EBA Institute - a program, which prepares Japanese undergraduate students to participate in business administration courses at SUNY, Buffalo, N.Y., professor Nishikawa currently researches OD fields. He has taught Theory of Management and Organization since 1989 and researched Turnaround Management since the 80s. His areas of expertise include: Organization Development (taught at Konan and Nanzen Universities,) Management of Organizational Change, and Human Resource Management.

Professor Nishikawa is the Director of OD Network Japan, an affiliate of ODN U.S., International OD Association and Asian OD Network. He frequently attends academic and non-academic OD conferences in Japan, U.S., and Europe as an attendee as well as a presenter.

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