Essential Organizational Development (OD) Interventions for HR Practitioner

Organizational Development

Organizational Development (OD) Interventions are structured programs designed to solve a problem, thus enabling an organization to achieve its goals. These intervention activities are designed to enhance the human resource management functioning and ensure managers and leaders to better manage their team and firm’s cultures. These OD interventions are needed to address the issues that an organization might be facing ranging from the process, performance, knowledge, skill, will, technology, appraisal, career development, attrition, and talent retention.

Types of Organizational Development (OD) interventions

OD is complex and the interventions are equally as intricate. According to Cummings and Worley, there is no way to know how many various kinds of interventions exist. However, human resource management can usually categorize OD interventions into four main groups:

  1. Human Process Interventions

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If one wants to create lasting change within the organization, one must tailor their approach according to the business’s requirements and also implement relevant OD interventions based on that.

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Amelia Jackson

Amelia Jackson

Human Resource Professional. Passionate about Human Resources. Writing has always been a passion with strong interest in talent management & HR Industry.