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The Organization Development (OD) field is clearly changing, both in terms of its research focus and its practice. The Organization Development Review is a cumulative knowledge development resource targeted at enhancing contextual and strategic intelligence, and re-examining the OD scholar-practitioner’s roles and skills.
“This book written by Justine Chinoperekweyi is great, full of academic rigor and thorough in its coverage on corporate governance theories and best practices. It is well exemplified with case studies and guide readers prudently through different aspects of current corporate governance debates, not only for a specific region in Africa, but universally. This book is an essential (and much needed) addition to the body of knowledge of governance practitio
The ability to quickly make good decisions is the hallmark for transformational presence. The ability to make decisions that work is an essential characteristic that the world has been, and is still yelling for. The world is crying, groaning, yelling for most of us to revisit our decision-making processes to incorporate transformational presence and to incorporate even the basics of genuine transformation within ourselves and around us. This book is a transfor
Most people are living an unfortunate, shoddy, superficial life with no sense of direction, no sense of purpose, no hope for integrated living, no meaningful relationships; but merely dragging through life on autopilot mode and accumulating worldly experiences and artifacts.
What can one do to create an exceptional life?
An exceptional life is not something that happens by accident, it has to be created. In this transformative new book,