Oak Innovation: Organizational Issues Training Course Material

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Oak Innovation’s organizational issues training content can be easily delivered across virtual classrooms, webinars as well as traditional classroom settings. Just add your logo and brand the content as your own.

What you’ll get:

  • 45-page participant manual
  • 77 Powerpoint slides
  • Practical exercises
  • Reading list
  • Course evaluation form
  • Course action plan
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How to get training course materials on organizational issues, brand them as your own, and deliver the training courses you want to offer

Everyone loves getting the content they need and if you want to offer a training course on organiztional issues it can be difficult to know exactly what practical content to include. This makes it all the more critical that you get the content that you need first time and not waste any time.

Just as easily as finding this page, you now can download all the course materials that you’ll need to deliver your own training course.

To illustrate, this organizational issues skills training course will meet the challenges faced by line-staff, human resource professionals, general managers, and senior executives in all industry sectors.

But before we dive deep into the course content, there are a few things that we want to touch on.

  • First, you should keep in mind that the content of this course material focuses on tackling the most critical challenges facing companies and employees today. That’s why Oak Innovation is bringing together content from lots of areas, from organizational structure to change management skills to provide purpose-built and easy-to-use training material.
  • Our second tip is to encourage you to use the content to provide your participants with a solid introduction to organizational structure, group processes, and communication skills. Your target audience will also learn about change management skills and corporate culture. And, you can also share insights on strategic management skills and group dynamics skills.

We hope these training materials will help you gain a headstart on offering a course on organizational issues and to practically meet the needs of your audience.

Let’s explore the course content a little further.

Sample training course material

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Benefits of this training course material

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What our customers say

As a trainer, I appreciate the trainer background materials so I can study up on the details and background of a course.

Andrea Chisholm, Critical Success Consulting

When you have an urgent need to prepare training the best thing to do is order from Oak. We thank them for the great materials that they have prepared. A little permitted company-specific customization by us was enough to present a virtually perfect training session in our company. After this test, we ordered another 10 modules – easily and conveniently. In addition, I received an incredibly good service with a personal touch to the client-specific requirements.

Sylvia Stoyanova, Human Resource Manager, Carlsberg

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While designing this course, we used our years of specialized course development experience and benchmarked this knowledge against Google’s “people also ask” search feature.

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What you’ll get

  • 45-page participant manual
  • 77 powerpoint slides
  • Practical exercises
  • Further reading
  • Course evaluation form
  • Action plan

Learning objectives

At the end of this training course your participants will be able to:

  • Identify key organizational issues
  • Understand key business dynamics
  • Implement strategic management best practices
  • Understand the importance of culture
  • Welcome the value of supportive structures
  • Understand the role of groups
  • Appreciate various types of communication skills
  • Understand and manage change

Course outline

In an effort to provide you with as much value as possible, we’re going to show you how to deliver the key sections of this training course.

Issues – Employees and managers around the world increasingly require and even request assistance with challenges faced in the work environments. But here’s the biggest challenge – how do you focus on problems when they can come from anywhere?

Well, we’ve learned that successful workplaces that tackle these critical organizational challenges will focus on:

  • Organizational dynamics
  • Organizational structure
  • Group processes
  • Communication
  • Organizational change
  • Organizational culture
  • Strategy

You can use the content provided to help your audience cope with these potential issues, no matter what.

Structure – So, what’s the best way to help your audience to learn more about organizational structure? Well, you can use the content to share the numerous approaches and highlight key concepts and dimensions of organizational structure.

Today, we also see lots of changes in how companies are structured. We believe this marks a move in how companies will work in the future.

For increased audience awareness, you can use the content to highlight critical concepts like the structuring of activities and the line control of the workforce. These insights will make the content relevant and will make it easier for you to discuss with your audience.

Group process skills – We all know that companies can change regularly. When delivering this material, you need to meet your audience’s wants at any given moment. Keep in mind the need to start with group dynamics skills development. For best results, then explore the different types of groups that can exist.

We have learned that many people fail to understand the relationship between groups and performance. With this in mind, use the content to focus attention on the vital area of group performance factors. These factors include:

  • norms
  • size
  • composition
  • investigation
  • socialization
  • maintenance
  • resocialization
  • remembrance

Your audience will also look for best practices and lessons learned from research. Without this knowledge, your audience may be at risk of repeating known challenges within groups. Particular emphasis will be on the Phases Of Socialization and the factors and consequences of group cohesiveness. Be sure to take your time and, wherever possible, encourage feedback from your audience. End this section by referring to a type of communication that can exist across a group.

Change management skills – In this busy world, your audience will have lots of experience of facing change.

Use the content to focus on change management skills. From what is change, diagnosing the need for change, unfreezing, changing, and refreezing, to finding the best driving and restraining forces for rebalancing the equilibrium – this content will improve the skills of your audience.

Organizational culture – Many writers say that companies view corporate culture as “how we do things around here.” In a nutshell, something that is visible in the shared values, policies, attitudes, images, structures, and beliefs of a company.

We like to look at culture as also determining how people will behave, how motivated they are, and it even can be seen within their performance.

You can use these course materials to you can use the materials to highlight to present the known characteristics of organizational culture. Then, offer your audience an introduction to the various types of cultures that can exist within companies. For example, the content highlights eight images used to describe the culture that exists within companies. These are:

  • Machine
  • Organism
  • Political systems
  • Brains
  • Psychic prisons
  • Self-producing systems
  • Social structure
  • Domination systems

Strategic management – Use the training materials to examine strategic management skills. And how they may cause organizational issues.

What is strategy –When you ask employees what is most important to them at work, we suspect very few will say strategic management skills. Yet, when they discover that an organizational strategy will set a direction for a company and will define the company, then the value becomes much more in view.

When you then add that the plan will also focus effort and provide consistency, it will be like a lightbulb gets turned on. A lot of times, an audience just needs a little nudge to bring a better awareness of how strategy and organizational challenges can tie together. Use the content provided to share what strategy is and why we need it.

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How to answer common questions from training courses on organizational issues

What are the critical organizational issues?

The critical organizational issues are:

  • Organizational dynamics
  • Organizational structure
  • Group processes
  • Communication
  • Organizational change
  • Organizational culture
  • Strategy

What is an organization?

An organization is a group of people who are working together to obtain common goals.

What are the main phases of group socialization?

The main phases of group socialization are:

  • Investigation
  • Socialization
  • Maintenance
  • Resocialization
  • Remembrance
  • What are the main characteristics of organizational culture?

    The main characteristics of organizational culture are:

    • Member Identity
    • Group Emphasis
    • People Focus
    • Unit Integration
    • Control
    • Risk Tolerance
    • Reward Criteria
    • Conflict Tolerance
    • Means-End Orientation
    • Open System Focus

    What is the purpose of a strategy?

    The main purpose of a staregy is to:

    • Set Direction
    • Define the Organization
    • Focus Effort
    • Provide Consistency

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