Organizational design is the process of aligning and optimizing an organization’s capabilities, culture, structure, processes and technology, people and talent practices, and metrics to drive the achievement of its strategy and goals.
To learn more about learning and development (L&D)’s role in change management, we spoke with Loren Sanders, enterprise manager of L&D at CVS Health, and Scott Nutter, who worked with Delta Airlines for 22 years managing its pilot training programs.
By knowing what motivates your workers to accept or reject change, you’ll increase your chances of long-term success.
The right change management tools can ease the burden of introducing organizational change by making the process easier.
Foster a resilient workforce ready to embrace change with confidence and a positive attitude to succeed in an era of digital transformation.
Change isn’t organizational alone. To ensure an organization and its employees evolve together, custom learning solutions are critical.
For any transformation to succeed, leaders need to have deep conviction and clarity on four questions that can make or break their journey of reinvention. By honestly answering these four questions, you can transform your training organization.