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Learn more about Do OD, how we’ve developed, our team and the resources we have delivered for organisational development professionals in the NHS.

Do OD is the expert resource on Organisational Development for the NHS delivered by NHS Employers in partnership with the NHS Leadership Academy.

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About Do OD

Find out about the history of Do OD and how we have been helping NHS practitioners connect, grow, learn and share.

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OD Essentials

Read all about OD essentials and how they provide practitioners with another virtual resource to explore the vital elements of OD theory and practice.

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Our OD Community

Swap Shop - A tool to help NHS organisational development colleagues to connect, share and learn.

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Meet the team

Read about the team that are leading Do OD

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