Learn to design and manage effective organizations using an elegant, practical, science-based, trust-inducing approach based on accountability, levels of work complexity and human capability
The program includes permanent access to a number of well designed online e-learning modules, videos, and readings.
Participants learn from each other and from the Society's Senior Fellows, all experienced senior practitioners, who moderate the online forums and teleconferences.
Start by completing the foundation course
Introduction to work levels-based organization design and management
The E-learning may take:
Then attend a full conference held every two years
We feel that the most effective way to learn the work-levels approach is:
All conference attendees who do not have prior work-levels project experience or have not previously completed the online program are strongly advised to complete it.
Those attending the clinic will find the on-line e-learning essential as the clinic assumes prior knowledge of the concepts to be able to participate in the small group learning processes.
All those registered for the conference will have the one-year subscription included in the conference price. If you have purchased the course before deciding to attend the conference, let us know and we will arrange a $99 US credit on your conference fee.
Other courses currently available include:
In future years:
Modules posted periodically will include in depth materials - with extensive videos and readings on major topics including:
Professional development program subscription policies
- Purchase the Introduction to Work Levels-Based Organization Design and Management for $99 US. Click here to purchase You will receive a receipt for payment. Watch video how to get started. Then when logged in to http://globalro.org, go to the top menu My Profile and click on My Courses and it will take you to the course area. There click on INTRO TO WORK LEVELS-BASED ORGANIZATION DESIGN & MANAGEMENT
- Board members and senior executives of non-profit, public good organizations may write the society to request a complimentary course
- Academics and doctoral students may write the society to request the complimentary course.
- Academics may request complimentary courses for students enrolled in their classes