from the 2013 Organization Design and Diagnostics Conference
03 June, 2014 | (01 hr)
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As new strategies and organization designs are established, there is usually focus and energy to move them ahead. Over time, however, conditions change and competing agendas vie for the attention of leaders and employees. It becomes more and more challenging to stay the course of the organization design. Given shifting business and marketplace realities, when is it appropriate to "stay the course" and when should you "abandon ship"? Hear a case study of how one organization has successfully navigated its journey and established a balance between the two extremes.
Audience: This webcast is intended for executives from any function currently or planning to sponsor or lead organization redesign or transformation and want tools and approaches to help them do it effectively. This includes business leaders charged with directing organization design and change initiatives within their companies as well as HR professionals and OE/OD practitioners who help to facilitate such initiatives.
Fay Balk, human resources director- organization effectiveness and development at Hallmark Cards, the world’s largest manufacturer and retailer of greeting cards and related social expression products. During her 20+ year tenure with the company, Ms. Balk had held positions of increasing re...Full Bio
Julie Salmon is the Council Program Director for the HR M&A Council. Julie is also Program Director for The Conference Board Organization Design and Diagnostics Conference and related seminars. Julie is currently the Principal at JRS Consulting LLC in Kansas City, Missouri where sh...Full Bio