Tag Archive: Organizational development

Productive Conflict At Work, Part 3 – Thesis Results & Reflection

In the previous posts on productive conflict I’ve looked into a theoretical overview on conflicts at work, and the point of view from the LinkedIn network on the impact of productive conflict at work. In this third part of this blog series I focus on the approach to conflict from Norway, with a basis in…

Web 2.0 & Organizational Decision Makers

In the posts on social media and organizational psychology I’ve talked about many benefits and advantages for taking charge and to begin using blogs and platforms like twitter and facebook in the quest for stronger and better organizational awareness. Getting there, however, requires getting leaders and management on to see your side of the story,…

Blogging Organizational Development

In the post Organizational Development 2.0 I started to touch on some of the ways we can combine social media and organizational psychology. Facilitating Change By Blogging One of the biggest reason for why organizational change initiatives fails happens because the organizations’ leaders have made decisions without making sure their employees know the result they…

Organizational Development 2.0

Lack Of Social Media Awareness An interesting article in one of the main newspapers in Norway said Norwegian businesses don’t “get” Twitter. While the focus was on twitter (which is hot stuff these days), the article went on to include social media in general as well. Now there are plenty of reasons for this to…

Healthy Change Processes

The Nature of Change Processes During my graduate studies at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), I got to be a part of an exciting project titled Healthy Change Processes at the Department of Psychology. I was involved with the project in the initial data collection phase and data collection at a later…