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  1. Learning programme on organisationalassessment the 10 lessons learned

  2. Context Context Tools and instruments • March 2011 – October 2012 • Together with Southern partners • Focus on transparency and accountability 5 C’s OA methodology OA- OD/ID Document to be downloaded from: https://partos.nl/webfm_send/16495

  3. Lesson 1 OA = OD OD Use OA as a regular check in the change process OA

  4. Lesson 2 • Be clear about why you do the assessment • Align with organisational ambitions • Exercise for internal learning and awareness • Acquire up-to-date performance information • Comply with procedures for external funding

  5. Lesson 3 Tools help, but your approach is crucial 5 Cs, 6 Boxes, 7S, OCA Inputs Outputs Outcomes • Positive approaches: • Appreciative inquiry • Self-assessment

  6. Lesson 4 The Black box Trust and good relationships open the black box

  7. Lesson 5 Be clear about your multiple roles

  8. Lesson 6 Take scoring with a grain of salt

  9. Lesson 7 Agree on how change will happen • e.g. • Training ≠ Learning? • Use of power • Informal processes • Participation

  10. Lesson 8 Different skills for different objectives

  11. Lesson 9 Assess change readiness External and internal drivers

  12. Lesson 10 It takes two to tango Article to be downloaded from: http://www.intrac.org/resources.php?action=resource&id=755

  13. the 10 lessons Use OA as a regular check in the change process Take scoring with a grain of salt Agree on how change will happen • Be clear about why you do the assessment Tools help, but your approach is crucial Different skills for different objectives Trust and good relationships open the black box Assess change readiness Be clear about your multiple roles It takes two to tango