In the real world, every organization is very different, and what works in one situation, may not work in another for many reasons. This course will give students the skills and practice to think strategically and systemically about which activities and initiatives will best bring about real change in the client organization. The session will explore many types of specific organizational interventions for improved culture and performance, but most importantly it will help leaders and consultants to think clearly about interventions and to make wise collaborative decisions in partnership with clients and stakeholders. The session will focus on interventions at the individual, group and large system levels.
Upon completion of this course, successful students will be able to:
- Think systemically and strategically to help move organizations to preferred futures
- Design specific approaches to improve and help change organizations
- Apply current best practice tools, principles and strategies for organizational change at the team and system level
- Collaboratively design interventions with clients
Enrollment in this course is restricted. Students must submit an application and be accepted into the Certificate in Organizational Consulting and Change Leadership in order to register for this course.
Current Georgetown students must create an application using their Georgetown NetID and password. New students will be prompted to create an account.
- XCPD-446 - Organizational Consulting Capstone (Complete)
- XCPD-445 - Group Dynamics: Facilitating the Human Element in Organizational Change (Complete)
- XCPD-444 - Essential Facilitation Skills for Consultants and Leaders (Complete)
- XCPD-447 - Engagement: Data Collection and Analysis; Preparing Client Feedback (Complete)
- XCPD-442 - Organization and Change Theory (Complete)
- XCPD-441 - Basic Foundations: Organizational Consulting and Change Leadership (Complete)