Workforce Model of Organizational Development

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Workforce Model of Organizational Development
David Wilson, SIG Leader
The Workforce Model Of Organizational Development (Workforce MOOD) enables a review of an organization's workforce. The Workforce MOOD identifies a phased 12-step framework that can be used to review an organization. The model may be viewed as circular or linear. While it is better to conduct all 12 steps, an organization may choose to focus only on the steps it deems are required.

The model was developed for an organizational review of 2 divisions of the BC Ministry of Health in 2004 and 2005. Line managers in the 2 divisions were not satisfied with the effectiveness and efficiency of current HR processes. As a result, line managers demanded a better approach. Thus, the above model was developed using the PDSA (Plan, Dev... Register

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Thank you David for this interesting model. I hope...

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The workforce model as presented in this series wi...

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David Wilson, SIG Leader
Hi Dawodu: The model was actually based on the wor...


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