Remembering Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge – A leading voice in Organisation Design & Development

Mee-Yan Cheung Judge

Time for Reflection and Appreciation Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge was a leading voice in Organisation Development and Design. She was a highly respected consultant and trainer, and her work helped to improve the effectiveness of organisations around the world. Mee-Yan was a brilliant thinker and writer, and her books and articles were essential reading for anyone interested […]

The link between Talent Management and Organisation Design & Development

Link between Talent and OD

What is the link between Talent Management and Organisation Design & Development? In order for a business to be successful, it needs to adopt robust talent management strategies (e.g. succession planning, creating talent pools, effectively managing talent, regular performance management, employee retention, and employee engagement), to ensure that the right talent is in the right […]

The Art of Building the Best Workplaces through Organisation Development

A Brief History: The first records of organisational improvement were found during the Industrial Revolution when engineers began analysing people at work and thinking about improving workplace efficiency. One of the first written examples is by Fredrick Taylor and his 1911 best seller, “The Principles of Scientific Management”. Taylor believed that to improve an organisation it […]