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ODN Europe is the European Chapter of the Organization Development Network, an international professional association of organisation development practitioners.

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Supporting Europe’s organisations to become more effective and healthy through the advancement of the theory and practice of OD.

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Find out how membership of ODN Europe can support your career through networking, sharing and learning (including mentoring) with OD practitioners.

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27Oct 20

UK South East Connect Group Update

UK South East Connect Group Update,  9 Oct 2020 By Rhian Cadvan-Jones, Maureen Ghirelli, Sharon Green and Sarah Walsh   The word ‘carnival’ evokes a celebration; dance, music, colour, energy, fun, connections, parades and masks… A feast (before the fast)!  A time when everyone can engage on equal terms as a participant or spectator. The ODNE Carnival was indeed an…

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30Mar 20

AGM Agenda & Presentation

Thank you for all members who attended the first virtual ODN Europe AGM on Friday 27 March 2020.  You can view the agenda and presentation here.

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@maxine_craig @CormacRussell @nesta_uk @NHSE_DoOD @people4strategy facilitation space for example, for whole variety reasons. Similar with budgets for development events or reading - forget expensive books, what's in the library!! This is where asset based community development really kicks in! I'd love chat to continue on how our fields meet.1 hour ago 0
@maxine_craig @CormacRussell @nesta_uk @NHSE_DoOD @people4strategy In my experience community & place based work also poses challenges to some common OD practitioner assumptions. Much of my career has been in public service. OD like work in community /voluntary /charity settings faces *massive* resource constraints. Often you can forget 'nice' /2 hours ago 0
@maxine_craig @CormacRussell @nesta_uk @NHSE_DoOD @people4strategy /of #orgdev overlap so much with those who work on place, & with many OD practitioners taking the #somatic & #embodied into account in their work... For what reason are place to person or place to group interactions so often missing? Another idea... /2 hours ago 0
@maxine_craig @CormacRussell @nesta_uk @NHSE_DoOD For example, as a person (Ian, @people4strategy) rather than this week's #ODNE Twitter host, I share some frustration [right phrase?] with you, Maxine, that #orgdev practice & priorities mainly seems to neglect #place & #materialityofplace... Very odd when other practices /more2 hours ago 0
@maxine_craig @CormacRussell @nesta_uk @NHSE_DoOD Yes, it and related conversations such as this could be very fruitful... https://t.co/V3Q6v1aSJk2 hours ago 0
One participant quoted as saying “I don’t think we necessarily need something as big as this in the future. I think community-based ones for me would be the way to go working with councils.”2 hours ago 0
Report in The Herald newspaper which summarises recommendations & thoughts by some participants on process & lessons https://t.co/zBNFwuHljF2 hours ago 0
Very nice. Thank you, @CormacRussell. I had to look up #AssetBasedCommunityDevelopment #ABCD which @nesta_uk have a Sept 20 report on. Have experienced it though & it's great. For #orgdev folk, links to #AppreciativeInquiry approaches... & to some of what @maxine_craig argues... https://t.co/0K3l2Kh7Or16 hours ago 2
Something a bit different from our normal tweets. Group & system level work & outputs going to the level of a society & its polity. The work itself has been subject of political debate in Scotland. Original Twitter home is https://t.co/kcmDe1oegO https://t.co/q0K1z4TnhV1 day ago 0
@OD_optimist @holiness2 @IanPBuckingham So, to sum up: there was *uncertainty* over the whereabouts of the aforementioned chocolate; there is however little *complexity* about what likely happened to it...2 days ago 0

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