“Today’s organizations operate in a rapidly changing environment. Consequently, one of the most important assets for an organization is the ability to manage change and for people to remain healthy and authentic. Thus, Organization Development is the process of increasing organizational effectiveness and facilitating personal and organizational change through the use of interventions driven by social and behavioral science knowledge.”

OD objectives:

  1. To increase the level of inter-personal trust among employees.
  2. To increase employees’ level of satisfaction and commitment.
  3. To confront problems instead of neglecting them.
  4. To effectively manage conflict.
  5. To increase cooperation and collaboration among the employees.
  6. To increase the organization’s problem solving.
  7. To put in place processes that will help improve the ongoing operation of the organization on a continuous basis.