Getting Organizational Diagnosis Right!

May 01, 2019
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

United Way of Houston
50 Waugh Drive
Houston, TX 77008
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When sifting through the abundance of information at your disposal, do you have the right criteria to know what is really valuable in crafting an OD strategy for your company?

How do you know what is the right approach for your company's needs?

We operate in a world awash in data, tools, apps and methodologies that promise to capture the true essence of individuals and organizations alike. Whether is personality profiling, skills assements, performance management or financial information, the OD professional of today is drowning in data. 

Join us for lunch on May 1st, at 11:30am at the United Way of Houston, for our May Monthly Meeting, where you will:

  • Create a strategic portfolio of assessment that targets your specific company needs
  • Identify the gaps in your own portfolio
  • Identify the blind spots of your favorite assessment
  • Support why your favorite assessment belongs in your portfolio
  • Have the tools to give individuals a more consistent view of their contribution
  • Identify the situations that require different assessments (and know what that assessment is) 
  • Connect the dots between the different assessment to give the individuals a consistent picture of their value of the organization and what they need to change


The takeaway: Get the right assessment for the right situation.

About Scott Owen

Scott focuses on creating human capital strategy and talent portfolio. He has supported transformations at established hundred-year-old bastions of industry and high-energy, hyper-growth startups.

After finishing his master's degree in Organizational Leadership at Western Michigan University, then completing all the coursework toward a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership at Michigan State University in less than 24 months, Scott launched his career with Whirlpool before moving into consulting, then making a difference in the oil and gas industry.

Over the last decade, Scott emerged in the energy industry with a strong reputation for working with executives and firms seeking transformational change.

When not transforming organizations, you'll find Scott "getting recharged" with his wife Margy, on 40+ mile bicycle trips on remote paved roads, enjoying new places, adventures in the company of friends or our grown kids, and treasuring life together at about 14 mph.

 

Tickets

$30.00 Monthly Meeting - Members Only
$25.00 Earlybird rate before April 26

$25.00 Student Member Ticket
$20.00 Earlybird rate before April 26

$35.00 Guest Ticket
$30.00 Earlybird rate before April 26