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A Collection of Stories from Penn's Organizational Dynamics Program

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Self-Actualization

On the Shoulders of Giants

Transformational

My journey in the MSOD program began in 2004, exactly 20 years after earning my Bachelor’s degree. I was introduced to the program by a colleague who had already graduated. After leading a very successful radical change in my product… Continue Reading →

New Stories, New Self

Organizational Dynamics gave me a framework for being a consultant, but it also provided me with a deeper understanding of how we – people and organizations – are all “the stories we tell.” Through Janet Greco’s “Stories in Organizations” class, I… Continue Reading →

Language in Leadership

I’ve recently submitted my official Application for Graduation from the Master of Science in Organizational Dynamics, effective December 2017. No question, I’ve discovered and defined a lot. Greatest of all things I picked up in the program, I’ve learned to… Continue Reading →

Not Your Typical Organizational Dynamics Student

I was never a prototypical OD student.  Starting out in the late 1980’s as a twenty-something who had just completed his MBA, I was among the youngest members of the OD program.  I valued the skills that my MBA degree… Continue Reading →

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