Issues In An Organization


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Our ‘Issues In An Organization” training course materials are for corporate trainers and people managers to run workshops and one-day courses on how to solve common workplace challenges. These materials will train leaders, managers, and employees at any level.

This course material will primarily meet the needs of participants new to working within companies.

These training course materials will increase your audience’s awareness of critical organizational issues, such as the role of groups, communication skills, managing change, strategic management best practices, and more.

By sharing these areas, you can target your audience’s capacity to improve opportunities, manage change, and enhance work relationships. This in turn will lead to more positive outcomes for individuals and the organization.


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  • Individuals looking to start delivering courses: Oak Innovation’s instant availability and trainer-friendly training course material mean you can get a course up and running within minutes.
  • New training professionals: This training course material is instantly available. You get complete course templates to deliver practical courses.
  • Development-focused managers: Oak Innovation is well known for its customizable course templates, so we highly recommend this training course material for people managers, especially team leads and supervisors who want to start delivering training courses.
  • Businesses and professionals offering training services:  If you need to offer training courses or provide workshops, Oak Innovation’s training course material makes the experience easy for everyone.
  • Entrepreneurs:  Oak Innovation’s focus on offering brandable and customizable products makes it the ideal course solution for starting a side hustle.
  • Companies interested in reducing costs: This training course material will save time and effort.


Sample Materials.

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Topics Covered.

1. Seven key business areas

  • Organizational and corporate dynamics.
  • Organizational structure.
  • Group processes.
  • Communication.
  • Organizational change.
  • Corporate culture.
  • Strategic management.

2. Organizational structure and success

  • Approaches to organizational structure.
  • Key concepts and dimensions of organizational structure.
  • Structuring of activities.
  • Line control of the workforce.

3. Group dynamics skills

  • Types of groups.
  • The relationship between groups and performance factors.
  • The phases of socialization.
  • Factors and consequences of group cohesiveness.
  • The different types of communication across groups.

4. Change management skills

  • What is change?
  • How to diagnose the need for change.
  • Unfreezing, changing, and refreezing tactics.
  • Driving and restraining forces for rebalancing the “change equilibrium”.

5. Positive organizational culture

  • The various characteristics of corporate culture.
  • The different types of culture.
  • Key images of organizations.

6. Strategic management skills

  • Strategic management initiatives.

7. Strategy

  • What is organizational strategy?
  • How a strategy sets a direction for a company.
  • How a strategy will define a company.
  • Focusing effort and providing consistency within a company.



Your participants will:

  • Explore critical organizational issues.
  • Understand fundamental business dynamics.
  • Examine strategic management best practices.
  • Understand the importance of culture.
  • Discuss the value of supportive structures.
  • Understand the role of groups.
  • Explore various types of communication skills.
  • Understand and manage change.


What’s Included?

You get instant access to everything you need.

  • Workbook.
  • Slide Deck.
  • 17 Free Training Games.
  • 17 Free Training Icebreakers.
  • 15 Practical Training Guides.
  • 2 Course Tests.
  • Activities/Exercises.
  • A Reading List.
  • A Course Advertorial.
  • An Action Plan.