Life expectancy of people increasing but of companies is
decreasing. One third of the companies listed in the 1970
fortune 500 had vanished by 1983. They had been acquired,
merged, or broken into pieces. A Dutch survey showing the
average corporate life expectancy in Japan and Europe was
12.5 years. (Declining like 45 to 18 years in Germany, 13
to 9 years in France, and from 10 to 4 years in Great Britain).
The basic reasons behind financial decline are corporate culture
and core values that serve a company best in times of volatile
change. Southwest CEO James Parker says, “we focus on
corporate culture more than anything else we do”.
This programme is designed to develop competencies for organizational
development. Participants will learn the following:
- How to develop healthy organization so that it can survive
even in extreme adverse conditions?
- How to generate organizational energy: Passion, joy,
commitment and perseverance of employees and other stakeholders?
About the Model:
The training model for organizational development is given
below in the picturesque form. This model deals in development
of purpose, core vales and different need categories of the
organization. The various dimensions of organizational culture
would also be dealt in detail along with the impact of acculturation
Training Time Required: 4 Sessions in 2