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Becoming a 21st Century Organisation

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As we enter the 21st century, a number of trends in organizational design are emerging. Attractive ideas such as knowledge sharing, freedom from hierarchy, and renewal are being explored. Leading companies are endeavouring to transform their organisations, leaving behind the baggage of the old economy and adopting a new paradigm more suited to the new century (M. Goold & A. Campbell).

At our Organisation Design Conference and Executive Certificate programme we will explore some of these trends and themes that drive current organisation thinking. In addition, we will discuss why some are popular and go a step further to determine if they’ve passed or failed our test! These include:

  • Multi-dimensionality
  • Knowledge sharing
  • Disaggregation
  • Freedom from hierarchy
  • Stretch for high performance
  • Renewal

What’s your Organsiation Design strategy? Ready to test it?


This is a relevant topic for all companies who are in the process of making themselves ‘fit for purpose’ given the region’s current economic landscape.

The time is now!!! Book your spot for to be part of this onetime offering!

…Seats are going fast. See you there…

From the desk of your OD Champion

The New Procurement & Contract Management Approach Webinar

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The New Procurement & Contract Management Approach

Lok Jack GSB Consulting Services, in collaboration with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), held its latest Webinar Wednesdays’ discussion on “The New Procurement & Contract Management Approach”.

Speakers Pascall Marcelin, Attorney-at-Law, Consultant and Certified Procurement Manager, and Sheldon Ali, Management Consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) share their expertise on the procurement trends locally and across the Caribbean, and dive deeper into understanding the ‘New Procurement Act’ and what that represents for Organisations and Businesses today with regard to best practices.