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A Cook’s Tour of My Organizational Dynamics Experience
My tour ends this spring with graduation. Looking back six years to when I started, I could never have predicted the growth, academically, professionally and personally, and I’ve never been as proud of any other 6 years. My tour began in the Sprin (More)
Was Lost Until I Found OD (Was blind but now I see.)
We recognize that Mick said ‘You can’t always get what you want.’ But how do you try? My experience with OD (Organizational Dynamics) provided both a comprehensive tool set and a platform to learn and grow for the future. While we can’t avoid some di (More)
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 ca (More)
Where Else?
Where else but in one of Janet’s classes can you use pen and paper (or Microsoft Word and a laptop) to transport yourself to a bar where you're sitting and  chatting with the god Zeus, the Titan Prometheus, the Ancient Greek poet Hesiod, the business (More)
Exploring Your Surroundings
Imagine a large, multi-year project that your work group has just begun pursuing.  This effort has large implications on the organization and its future going forward, while representing a paradigm shift in the way you and your team conducts business (More)
On the Shoulders of Giants
It is my great honor to share my story with our OD community. - Jack Sun http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvGElMhCJeg   (More)
Swimming Abroad
It was the first day of my Perspectives on Organizational Dynamics class, and I was a little nervous since this was my first graduate course in the U.S. I can compare my feelings that day to the feelings I had when I was a child learning to swim. I t (More)
Calling Things by Their Proper Names
Many years ago, I went to Rome for a short personal trip. Being a student of history, I was fascinated by seeing so much history around me. During my entire stay in Rome, I tried to walk around as much as I could. By the time I left the city, I was v (More)