This presentation will look at the tools used for conducting organizational analysis, discuss their strengths and consider which combinations are best suited to particular environments. Participants will be encouraged to contribute their experience and reflect on how to optimize using organizational analysis tools, so that the analysis doesn't just gather data, but generates insight.
Ms Feickert is a Senior Organizational Development Consultant working with Org-ology. She has over 15 years' experience collaborating across businesses, government and academic organizations to create, deploy, manage and evaluate projects and programs in the learning and organizational development field. Her work has spanned everything from creating crop dusting compliance training for the FAA to leadership programs for Canadian railroad construction foremen to change management support for deploying new IT systems. She holds a Magister (double MA) from the Universität Hamburg and is a published author in the field of project management.
Dr. Brent Oberholtzer
Dr. Oberholtzer has over 20 years' experience in organizational development, including organizational redesign, culture shift, technology implementations, strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions. Currently Dr Oberholtzer is working with the FAA to guide an organizational redesign in fulfillment of their Destination 2025 strategic plan. He is an executive coach who has trained and mentored at all levels. He holds an MBA focusing on leadership and management from Columbia University and a PhD in organizational psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology. Dr Oberholtzer served in the U.S. Army as a Ranger and in Special Forces Group. In addition, he held assignments to the Pentagon/ Department of Defense and has testified in Congressional hearings.
Thank you for attending the first webinar in the series "Back to HPT Basics". Please freel free to download the presentation.
Webinar 1 - Introduction to HPT - August 15, 2017.pdf
If you have any questions on HPT, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.