Organizational Development

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Organizational Development

 
Compass.jpgOrganizational Development is a process in which structural changes are made as part of a broader learning, monitoring, and evaluation framework that responds to and anticipates the evolving needs of an organization. Inherent in this process is the act of leveraging resources in a sustainable manner to positively impact and benefit stakeholders.

Important Resources

The websites below offer a wide array of services related to organizational development including useful collections of documents, guides and online assessments.

Orgwise: Organizations Standards

OrgWise, a project of OCASI, is confidential, easy to use, and provides comprehensive reports and charts for organizational development.

  • If your agency is established, OrgWise is an effective planning and evaluation tool.
  • If your agency is small, OrgWise helps you identify key systems, policies and practices that will help your organization grow.

http://www.orgwise.ca

HR Toolkit

The HR Toolkit is a comprehensive online resource designed to help managers, employees and board members better understand, address and manage issues relating to HR in nonprofits.

http://hrcouncil.ca

Board

Maytree Foundation's Diversity Board Mentoring Handbook (2008) provides information on how to set up a mentoring program for new board members and includes a toolkit, program and activity outlines, and evaluation techniques. The program outlined is a "semi-structured, one-on-one mentoring relationship between a new board member and a more experienced board member that takes place face-to-face, via telephone and on-line over a six month period for a total of nine hours."

http://maytree.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/boardmentoringhandbook.pdf


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