Introduction to Organisational Development for Designers and Changemakers
Do you want to better understand an organisation and help it to shift to a healthier and more impactful place? If so, welcome to the wonderful role of supporting human systems, a role that designers are well suited for in today’s increasingly complex world.
This two-day workshop will provide you with frameworks and tools from the field of Organisation Development (OD) that can help you support the organisations and communities you work with. This includes a deeper understanding of how organisations tend to behave, an inquiry into the ways you interact with internal and external stakeholders and an introduction to an adaptable OD process. A number of resources will also be provided after the workshop to support you along your journey.
Over two days, you will learn to see and shift organisations through:
About the Trainers
Dr. Douglas O’Loughlin is an Associate Consultant with Civil Service College and Harthill Consulting. Originally from the US, he has been living in Singapore since 1993, and has worked across all sectors and in more than 25 countries. He has done Leadership and Organisation Development work since 1988, and his passion is to support impactful and joyful organisations and communities.
Douglas has an MBA in Finance and PhD in OD/Developmental Psychology. He is certified in a wide range of instruments and assessments, has written numerous articles, spoken at many conferences, and has written a book, “Facilitating Transformation”.
Khai Seng first started out in the design field in 2004. Throughout his career, he has not only helped to design large-scale digital systems, but also facilitated numerous training programmes for C-suite executives and working professionals to drive cultural change within organisations around design and innovation.
Prior to starting Studio Dojo, Khai Seng was formerly the Head of Singapore for Foolproof, a UK-based experience design agency. Education is also close to his heart, having developed curriculum and taught anthropological studies, interaction design, experience design and design thinking in Republic Polytechnic and Singapore Institute of Technology.
Unable to make it for this date?
Contact us to reserve a slot for our next SSS workshop on 13 & 14 September 2023!
Dates & Time
29 & 30 March 2023
Wednesday & Thursday
9AM to 6PM
21 Bedok North Street 1
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Full-day, In-person Workshop
Early Bird: S$800
19 Jan (Thu) to 22 Feb (Wed)
Regular Price: S$900
23 Feb (Thu) to 20 Mar (Mon)
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