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Teaming for Today’s Complex Challenges

…Author Brenda Barker Scott has extensive experience in all aspects of organizational development acquired over a twenty-year career in teaching and consulting. When working with leadership teams she combines strong…

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Leveraging Your Learning Power

…Thomson of the Ontario Ministry of Finance; her executive sponsor Assistant Deputy Minister Marion Crane; and Queen’s IRC Facilitator Brenda Barker Scott. Allyson Thompson, Senior Divisional Project Manager, Transition Project…

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Harold’s Change Dilemma

…your wheels, and change keeps rolling smoothly forward. Harold Kenny learned a lot about stakeholder communications while leading the reclamation of a contaminated former CN railway site in downtown Moncton,…

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Enabling Fruitful Learning in Organizations

…combine knowledge. Accordingly, our managers must be involved in processes, forums, networks, partnerships, and communities that enable the requisite exchange, synthesis, and co-creation of innovative ideas and practices amongst peers….

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Taking Change Personally

To lay the groundwork for true and effective participation among stakeholders, change agents must create an environment that enables high quality conversations and learning interactions and that engenders strong positive…

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The Magic of Diagnosis – Part 1

At its core, facilitating organizational change is about energizing the right people to design and execute smart strategies. As sociologist Philip Selznik says: “Strategies take on value only as committed…

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Energizing Organizational Readiness

At its core, facilitating organizational change is about energizing the right people to design and execute smart strategies. As sociologist Philip Selznik says: “Strategies take on value only as committed…

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Looking Back on 2014…

…Human Resources – Claude Balthazard What does ‘professionalism’ mean for HR professionals? – Claude Balthazard Developing Organizations: A Metaphorical View – Brenda Barker Scott Designing for Collaboration – Brenda Barker

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