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  • Applegate Consulting Group (12 entries)

    • OD is a collaborative process that relies on a strong consultant-client partnership and employs a series of comprehensive planned change processes that strengthen organizational effectiveness and increase capabilities. OD utilizes systems ...
    • Applegate Consulting Group consults with national and international nonprofit organizations, government agencies and socially responsible for-profit corporations on developing human and organizational capacity and building a more just and equitable society. ...
    • Applegate Consulting Group helps leaders to increase their capacity to influence positive change and supports teams to tap into their skills for collaboration and innovative problem solving. Clients, just like you, ...
    • Systems theory differentiates organization development from management consulting. Every organization, business or public sector agency, no matter how large or how small, is a system. Organizational problems are linked together and ...
    • Action Research is a well-established behavioral science model that supports the facilitation of change processes through: Detailed planning with key leaders and members regarding the ...
    • Applegate Consulting Group has provided consulting services for over 15 years to nonprofit organizations, governmental agencies and socially responsible for-profit corporations. ACG brings a rich and diverse portfolio of experience and ...
    • Applegate Consulting Group serves client nationally and internationally.
    • Applegate Consulting Groups ascribes to a theory of change based on well-established behavioral science theory. ACG believes that five elements are critical to the ultimate success of any change effort. They ...
    • Management Consultants often work on short-term, nonrecurring needs and provide “expert” solutions to specific problems. They often use a “doctor-patient” approach, in which the client describes the problem and the consultant ...
    • OD embraces a “whole” organization - systems - perspective. Because organizational change in one area often impacts other areas of the whole system, we pay close attention to the integration of ...
    • Training is aimed at increasing the ability of individuals to perform job-related functions. But not all problems are solved simply by imparting knowledge and information. Often people know "how" to do ...
    • HR is primarily about managing the recruitment, selection, training, retention and compensation of employees. Organization Development is about leading the whole organization in self-managed improvement in areas such as strategic change, ...