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Large Group Interventions (LGIs) are a way of bringing people together to co-construct solutions for a common, compelling purpose. Hear from Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge on what practitioners should pay attention to when designing and facilitating LGIs for their organisations.

DESIGNING AND FACILITATING EFFECTIVE LARGE GROUP INTERVENTIONS

Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development


A research study has revealed that less than 10% of strategies are successful in their implementation. Is this similar to what you have experienced about your organisation's strategies? What can you do to increase this success rate? Find out as Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, an OD thought leader and practitioner, shares practical steps and advice from over 30 years in the field of OD.

This video clip is produced from her lecture on 8 February 2013: "Formulating an OD Plan - Making OD strategic in impacting organisation performance - From a systemic perspective". The lecture was organised by the Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development, Civil Service College.

WHY LESS THAN 10% OF STRATEGIES ARE ACTUALLY DELIVERED

Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development


What is an OD plan and how do we develop an effective one? Find out as Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, OD thought leader and practitioner, shares practical steps and advice from over 30 years in the field of OD.

This video clip is produced from her lecture on 8 February 2013: "Formulating an OD Plan - Making OD strategic in impacting organisation performance - From a systemic perspective". The lecture was organised by the Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development, Civil Service College.

HOW TO DO AN OD PLAN?

Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development


Do you pay attention to what's happening in your organisation's external environment, when you are developing your OD plan? Should you? Find out how you can adopt a wider (and important) perspective in your OD work by understanding systemic thinking.

This video clip is produced from her lecture on 8 February 2013: "Formulating an OD Plan - Making OD strategic in impacting organisation performance - From a systemic perspective". The lecture was delivered by Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, an OD thought leader and practitioner. It was organised by the Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development, Civil Service College.

Understanding and using systemic thinking

Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development


Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, OD thought leader and practitioner, shares an overview of systemic thinking - an important element in the OD practice.

This video clip is produced from her lecture on 8 February 2013, "Formulating an OD Plan - Making OD strategic in impacting organisation performance - From a systemic perspective", organised by the Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development, Civil Service College.

An overview of Systemic thinking

Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development


What is a strategy and how can an effective one be developed for your organisation? What is the role of the OD practice in the strategy development process?

This video clip is produced from a lecture on 8 February 2013: "Formulating an OD Plan - Making OD strategic in impacting organisation performance - From a systemic perspective". The lecture was delivered by Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, an OD thought leader and practitioner. It was organised by the Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development, Civil Service College.

How to develop your organisations strategy effectively?

Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development


Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, OD thought leader and practitioner, shares her insights on why the functions of OD and Strategic Planning are integral parts of one another.

This video clip is produced from her lecture on 8 February 2013, "Formulating an OD Plan - Making OD strategic in impacting organisation performance - From a systemic perspective", organised by the Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development, Civil Service College. 

Why OD and strategic planning are twins?

Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development


An interview with Dr. Mee-Yan Cheung Judge on making culture change in local governments.  Courtesy of the Local Government Association.

Is your Council fit for the Future?

Local Government Association 


What makes an effective OD Practitioner?

Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development

What is the profile of an effective OD practitioner? Dr. Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, OD thought leader and practitioner, shares her insights from over 30 years of experience in the OD field.

This interview was conducted by Centre for Organisation Development*, Civil Service College on 27 March 2012, when Dr. Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge conducted a lecture on "Lecture: Organisation Development - a practice that does magic for organisational health. True or False?".  Courtesy of the Institute of Leadership and Organisation Development.

 


Raising our ambition, deepening our practice

NHS DoOD Podcast

Dedicated to our fourth annual OD in the NHS conference, this special episode of the DoODcast features two prominent figures in the OD community Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, and Ola Odumosu.  We also hear from Karen Lynas and Danny Mortimer who talk about the organisational development challenges facing the OD community.  Courtesy of the NHS DoOD Podcast.

 

A Minute with Mee Yan

NHS DoOD Podcast

Welcome to episode three of DoODcast which we recorded live with our special guest Mee Yan Cheung-Judge and fifty of our closest friends from the DoOD Network. It’s our best (and most terrifying) one yet!  Courtesy of the NHS DoOD Podcast.


Culture Change

publicsectorhrpodcast.co.uk

Changing the culture of an organisation in order to survive in these difficult times, is high on many top table agendas. This month I talk to world renowned OD and Culture Change guru Dr Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, about the best way for organisations to embark on this journey.  Courtesy of publicsectorhrpodcast.co.uk


Interview with Mee-Yan Cheung Judge

Box of Crayons

I’ve spent a number of years in the “OD” space – thinking about organisational development, how companies change and evolve, what it takes to engage and inspire people who work in those organisations.

And I reckon I know a fair bit. That is, until I talk to someone like Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge. I was lucky enough to meet her through a colleague who told me in no uncertain terms, this is a woman who is deeply wise and deeply compassionate about people and organisations and change. Mee-Yan is the founder of Quality and Equality and has worked with more than 300 different types of clients from her base in the UK. She has written numerous OD articles and is the UK lead for the NTL Institute, the pre-eminent force for training and developing folks to know about OD.

We talk about:

  • the key moment when she stopped tolerating Good Work – and how she changed things around
  • why self-work is the foundation for the impact you have in the world
  • how to raise your eyes to see where you might have impact in the world
  • the six steps to achieve a deep sense of self

Courtesy of Michael Bungay Stanier at Box of Crayons