Organizational Design Courses

Learning and Organizational Design

Open to the Public

General Interest Courses

Within every organization there is a flow of available energy – money, resources, attention, dedication, engagement – that should go to where it is most needed, when it is most needed. However, every organization faces blockages in the energy flow that inhibit its ability and capacity to make sure that the available energy goes to the right places at the right time. These blockages slow down or stop the processes of organizational learning, which, in turn, hurt an organization’s capacity to deal with rapid change and increasing complexity. In this course, you are introduced to the Energy-Flow model that can be used to analyze the energy flow and blockages in any organization or group. From this analysis, you can create a strategic plan of action that will minimize the blockages of energy flow, and create a sustainable learning organization.

Note: This course is currently not being delivered as a public course at an institution.