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Posts by ODRG Media Team

OD Resource Group implements Workforce Awareness and Culture Transformation Series for the U.S. Department Health and Human Services workforce

January 1, 2018, Arlington, VA—Organizational Development Resource Group (ODRG) CEO, Ms. Sophia Coleman and Dr. Deborah Hall Greene implement a training series to promote collaboration, and cohesiveness amongst staff across the organization. The interactive series called, “Workforce Awareness and Culture Transformation,” enables employees to self-reflect and engage with one another to develop and sustain purposeful…

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OD Resource Group Partners with U.S. Department of Commerce to support Export Control Initiatives with compliance and enforcement of the Export Administration Regulations

January 1, 2018, Arlington, VA—Organizational Development Resource Group, LLC (ODRG) partners with Department of Commerce National Security Arm to provide data analysis support services. ODRG assists in coding, issuing export licenses to approved issuers for the export of controlled commodities, software, and technologies. Collaborative efforts across executive cabinets and federal agencies including Department of Defense,…

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OD Resource Group Supports Department of Defense, Talent Management Directorate in Developing and Retaining its Emerging Leaders

January 1, 2018, Arlington, VA— Organizational Development Resource Group (ODRG) supports the Department of Defense (DoD) field activity’s new Talent Management Directorate (TMD) in efforts to develop, advise and manage training activities that provide essential learning opportunities to the DoD, civilian and military personnel, meeting their development needs. ODRG provides programmatic, administrative, end-to-end training development;…

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OD Resource Group Launches First-Ever Human Trafficking Awareness and Capacity Building Training

January 17, 2018, Atlanta, GA—Organizational Development Resource Group, LLC (ODRG) launches the first-ever interactive and informative Human Trafficking Awareness and Capacity Building Training program, funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (OASH), Region 4, in collaboration with the Atlanta Public School System (APS). The ODRG…

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Nextgov: A Government Culture Resistant to Change

Despite agencies’ willingness to adopt emerging technologies, changing the entrenched culture of many agencies remains more difficult. As new political appointees come in, they often meet resistance to their ideas from federal government lifers, some new recruits say. “There’s this what I call scar tissue between that level and the actual bureaucracy,” said Greg Godbout,…

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GovExec: Learn some tips on how to incorporate collaborative learning into online training

Hosting employee training can be an expensive proposition. Funding for travel and accommodations is often a significant part of the training budget. But we tend to approve the allocation of those travel-related funds because providing learners with the ability to collaborate during learning is such a key component of ensuring that learning sticks. Online training is…

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There is nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to conduct, or more uncertain in its success, than to take the lead in the introduction of a new order of things

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