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PNODN is a professional organization cultivating knowledge. A network fostering collaboration and a community engaging one another. We are committed to developing personal, organizational, and community capacity to realize relevant and compelling results. 

 

Organization Development is a dynamic values-based approach to systems change in organizations and communities; it strives to build the capacity to achieve and sustain a new desired state that benefits the organization or community and the world around them.



Sam Magill is bringing his friends: Geoff Bellman, Kathy Ryan and Eric Svaren!

This is a wonderful, rare opportunity to anchor some OD history from a panel of experts.



    Please note the date change for our December meeting









Please join us in December at the Mercer View Community and Event Center with networking starting at 6 pm! 

 



Our theme this year: Change. 

 

“Capitalism is in the midst of an epochal transformation from its previous industrial model to a new one based on creativity and knowledge. In place of the natural resources and large-scale industries that powered the growth of industrial capitalism, the growth of creative capitalism turns on knowledge, innovation, and talent.” Source: The 2015 Global Creativity Index

 

 

“Successful change leadership teams build a clear plan that can be easily shared in order to start creating movement, in order to overcome the inertia of the organization, and then they focus on building and sustaining the momentum necessary to realize the desired transformation, whether that is a “BIG C” change or a “little c” change.” Braden Kelley



  

Presentation Proposal Request

 

Pacific Northwest Organizational Development Network is committed to a standard of excellence in promoting the practice of OD as a field central to continuous improvement and innovation in organizations and communities which are productive, effective, healthy, and sustainable. Proposals are currently being accepted for the 2017-2018 program year. Please click here for more information.

 

 

  

                                                 

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PNODN encourages employers to send us OD job postings. They will be posted at no charge.  

 

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