Current Trends in Organizations
60 to 90 minutes
$35 (US funds)
About the Course
Organizations are changing like never before. Understand the most important trends affecting you and your clients. Know the new structures and strategies to recommend to your clients for them to remain sustainable and strong well into the future.
This course can be completed as a stand-alone or as part of the Certificate-Series Principles in Organizational Consulting.
- Expand your perspectives on critical and creative thinking for generating ideas and solving problems with your clients
- Speak confidently and credibly with clients about the trends affecting their organization and about the driving forces behind them
- Ensure your clients focus on the most plausible opportunities and threats facing their organizations
- Establish forward-thinking marketing goals that directly align your consulting services with the needs of your client
- Effectively respond to the changes in your profession and in the world around you
Tools & Resources
- Training Video
- Pre and Post Assessments
- Learning Journal
- Sources for Additional Learning (recommended interactive exercise(s), book(s), discussion group and questions for reflection about the topic)
- New Organizational Structures
- Historical and Contemporary Theories of Management
- Impacts of Driving Forces of Change
How it Works: To Enroll & Get Started
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Enroll. Click on “Enroll me” in the course or series. Use Paypal for major credit cards, or enter an enrollment key if you have one.
Log-in & Learning Instructions
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Start your course. Click on your course in the upper right. (For a series, follow the specified order of courses.) In the course, follow “Start Here”.