Corporate Social Responsibility

Organisational Development (OD) is a plan and measure in building a professional organisation which would be ready to take on the future with the resilience to market dynamics and challenges and the confidence to deliver.

The core values of Organisational Development are as following:

  • Providing opportunities for people to function rather than as resources in the productive process.
  • Poviding opportunities for each member in the organisation to develop to his full potential.
  • Seeking to increase the effectiveness of the organisation in terms of its goals.
  • Attempting to create an environment in which it is possible to find exciting and challenging work.
  • Providing opportunities for people within the organisation to influence the way in which they relate to work, the organisation and the environment. 
  • Treating each human being as a person with complex set of needs, all of which are important to his   work and life.

The OD initiative deals with the entire system within the organisation, relevant business environment, systems, sub-systems, departments and working groups. The principle of inter-dependency gets recognised which ensures that individuals, values, norms and departments are not considered in isolation to the OD exercise and initiative.

The suggested outcome of the OD initiative and exercise are as following that may not necessarily be all inclusive or conclusive in nature:

  • Improved inter-personal and group process.
  • Effective communication flow.
  • Enhanced ability to cope up with challenges.
  • Effective decision making process.
  • Appropriate Leadership styles.
  • Conflict resolution.
  • Higher levels of trust and co-operation.