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Dezvoltare organizationala centrata pe succes si apreciere. Competente cheie comune mai multor ocupatii. Competente antreprenoriale - Organizational Development Centered on Success and Appreciation. Key skills common to several occupations – Entrepreneurial Skills. (Romanian version)

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  • Lecturer Ph.D. Antonio SANDU


    (Lecturer Ph.D. at Faculty of Law, Mihail Kogalniceanu University, Iasi, Substitute Lecturer Ph.D. at Al. I. Cuza University, Iasi and Researcher at Lumen Research Center in Humanistic Sciences, Romania)

  • Simona PONEA


    (Researcher Assistent at Lumen Research Center in Humanistic Sciences Iasi, Romania)

  • Oana BRADU
  • Bianca VLASA

Organizational development is a strategy to increase organizational effectiveness by identifying planned changes, long term, taking into account both the human and technical resources of an organization. The aim is to improve the efficiency and health organization capacity to cope with environmental changes, improve internal relationships and to increase the capacity to solve problems. Basic features of organizational development are: Illustrate the problems of employment staffing for the organization Discuss the role of human resources and its relationship at the organizational level. Assess the results of research on job interview. Describe how to develop for successful strategies Train, coach and supervise the employee Implement performance objectives along with the crue exsiting in the organisation. Discuss the issues that apperas within the organisation. Organizational development process focused on its own strengths also of its employees ensure the achievement of performance in the organization that operates. The objectives of the proposed course are 1. Formulation of vision centered on success (appreciative) 2. Positive communication in organization 3. Organizing teamwork performance 4. Identification and efficient use of human resources in the organization. 5. Identification of success stories in the organization. 6. Focusing on successful performance management and assessment. 7. Coordination positive change in the organization. 8. Maintaining a positive attitude under stress 9. Quality assurance and performance 10. Awareness of personal qualities and brand development 11. Preparing a business plan from a successful idea 12. Building a vision for the future of the business (visioning appreciative) 13. Application methods focused on success (4 D) in marketing research. During this course students will learn basic elements of appreciative inquiry, appreciative methods, appreciative management, organizational development based on strengths.

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Article provided by Editura Lumen, Department of Economics in its journal Centrul de training - Training Center Journal.

Volume (Year): 3 (2010)
Issue (Month): (March)

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