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The future of OD: power, practice and possibilities

Our annual conference took place on 27 February 2019. The event was a space for connection, collaboration and conversation about the power, practice and possibilities of OD. Using a range of methods, the event:

  • showcased stories of success and impact
  • provided practical tips and tools that work
  • discussed how to demonstrate value and broaden reach
  • considered what’s next for Do OD and the future of OD.

We were delighted to welcome Mee Yan Cheung Judge as our keynote speaker, who closed the day with an unmissable session and Ellie Chapman from Inky Thinking who drew a wonderful graphic image to capture your thoughts on the future of the profession.

Download and share the slidepacks used during the sessions:

For more information about any of the presentations please get in touch.

In one of the workshops we invited attendees to share their examples of OD interventions in their organisations; successes, challenges and top tips. This became our Wonderwall - a good practice resource, which is available for download now. Contact details for the featured organisations are also included. 

 

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