Organizational Development (OD) professionals implement and oversee programs that increase efficiency, strengthen employee knowledge and abilities, improve leadership, and maintain the overall health of a company. Often, they engage in work with top executives of the organization in diagnosing problems and setting company goals. One of the most important responsibilities of the organizational development (OD) professional is to help employees adjust to organizational changes.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, US Department of Labor (2012) predicts faster-than-average job growth for human resource occupations, including training and development professions such as organizational development (OD).
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