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OD Conference 2017 • Cape Town

Build and maintain a high-performing culture for your organisation

INFORMATION

Pre-Conference Workshop | 22 August 2017
Two-Day Conference | 23 and 24 August 2017
African Pride 15 On Orange Hotel
Orange St, Cape Town City Centre


Organisational Development has evolved drastically and has become an influential field of practice in both private and public sectors. In this volatile world where businesses are increasingly challenged by change - rapid technological developments and globalisation; it is crucial to have flexible organisational structures and new ways of managing that will help you to become more agile, innovative, customer driven and more effective.

Organisational Development will help you navigate this terrain! OD involves group dynamics, psychological evaluation methods, organisational design and workflow methods. Organisations with best OD practices are able to;

  • build organisational climates that will release human potential and creativity; and foster continuous learning culture within the organisation.
  • build a sustainable high-performing organisation culture in which individual workers take an active part in achieving the required output.
  • solve the problems of aligning and integrating diverse cultural element
  • benefit from high efficiency and increased productivity

This conference invites you to think differently about OD. It is a must-attend conference for all OD specialists and practitioners striving to establish their organisation as a ‘best practice’ employer of choice. It aims to combine learning from thought-leaders and practitioners with hands-on action learning.

Who should attend:

  • Heads of OD
  • OD Specialists
  • Head of Organisation Design
  • Organisation Design Specialists
  • Organisational Practitioners
  • HR Directors
  • Transformation Directors and Managers
  • HR Managers
  • Work Study Analysts

You have to attend this conference to:

  • Learn about the competencies required for OD practitioners
  • Discover how you can use analytics to measure your OD interventions
  • Streamline your organisation after learning how to structure your organisation for ‘Uber’ times
  • Improve the success of your change programmes
  • See practical examples of OD interventions from companies like Santam, Spur Group, 21st Century Pay Solutions and more…
  • Get insights on the best assessment tools designed to assist OD in organisations
  • Hear the latest trends of OD methods


For more information about this event contact Siphiwe Mashoene on +2711 706 6009 or siphiwe@knowres.co.za

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CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

DAY ONE • 23 AUGUST 2017

07:30–08:15 REGISTRATION | Meet and greet conference attendees, presenters and Knowledge Resources Registration Staff

08:15–08:30

Welcome & introduction by chairperson

08:30–09:15

Developing a New OD Strategy in the Organisation

Mark Orpen-Lyall, Founder, Synenergy Consulting & Former Head of OD, Allan Gray

09:15–10:00

Competency Model for Professional OD Practitioners

Dr Theo Nell, Director, Connect to Grow and Senior Manager: OD, UCT


10:00–10:30 Morning Break | Enjoy coffee/tea and snacks and connect with leaders from across the industry

10:30–11:15

Strategic OD for the public sector – responding to organisational challenges to enable productivity and growth

In conversation with:


Fiona Southwood, Organisational Development Consultant, Parliament of RSA
Roshon Omar, OD and Transformation Manager, PPECB
Pinki Luwaca, Human Capital Executive, PPECB

11:15–12:00

Design Thinking for OD professionals

Richard Perez, Founding Director, UCT School of Design Thinking (d.school)

12:00–12:45

The Business of Organisation Development: impacting business results through OD interventions

Stan Howrwitz,
MD and OD Specialist, HR Network


12:45–13:30 Lunch | Engage in meaningful, learning conversations while enjoying a delicious meal

13:30–14:15

OD & Energy: How to energise Individuals, Teams and Organisations for better performance?

Luc Van der Hofstad , Executive Business Coach & Country Director,  Mentally Fit Institute South Africa

13:30–15:00

Organisation Development and Change: measuring your ability to deliver successful change programme

Jeanett Modise, Executive Head: People and Transformation, Santam Insurance


15:00–15:15 AFTERNOON BREAK | Enjoy coffee/tea and snacks and connect with leaders from across the industry

15:15–16:00

OD and Transformation – implementing and managing effective transformation strategies for your organisation

Samkelo Blom, Group Human Resources |Transformation Executive, Spur Group


16:00 Close of day one

 

DAY TWO • 24 AUGUST 2017

07:30–08:20 Registration | Meet and greet conference attendees, presenters and Knowledge Resources Registration Staff

08:20–08:30

Welcome & introduction by chairperson

08:30–09:15

Unconscious Biases –  In recruitment and people practices

Trevonica Naidu, Director, Transformation Integrated Africa

09:15–10:00

Organisation structuring for Uber times

Chris Blair, CEO, 21st Century Pay Solutions Group (Pty) Ltd


10:00–10:30 Morning Break | Enjoy coffee/tea and snacks and connect with leaders from across the industry

10:30–11:15

New tools of the trade – assessment tools in aid of team development

Sandra van den Ordel, Lead Consultant, JVR

11:15–12:00

The metrics of OD: Strategy, Design, Teams and Individuals to objectively determine organisation fitness for delivery

Pieter Marais, CEO, Kontextit

12:00–12:45

Mindfulness at work – a practical approach

Sarika Mahadeo-Diercks, Senior Organisational Development Specialist, Woolworths


12:45–13:30 Lunch | Engage in meaningful, learning conversations while enjoying a delicious meal

13:30–14:15

Organisation Effectiveness: Overview of todays’ most relevant OD methods

Nishani Ford, Learning & OD Manager, DHL Express (SA, Lesotho & Swaziland)

14:15–15:00

Organisational Diagnosis: Theoretical and practical implications

Prof Nico Martins, Unisa & Ellen Martins, Director, Organisational Diagnostics


15:00–15:15 AFTERNOON BREAK | Enjoy coffee/tea and snacks and connect with leaders from across the industry

15:15–16:00

Lean thinking for OD practitioners

Anton Grütter, CEO, Lean Institute Africa
16:00 End of Conference


SPEAKERS

Dr Theo Nell, Director, Connect to Grow and Senior Manager: OD, UCT
Theo is a registered industrial psychologist, with more than 20 years’ experience in the private, public and higher education sectors. In 2004 Theo obtained a doctorate degree from the University of Johannesburg. Theo's field of specialisation is organisational development, organisational dynamics, talent management and the roles that leadership and management play in the effective design and translation of organisational strategy. Apart from heading up organisational development at the University of Cape Town, Theo consults to various companies on organisational development, strategy and profit optimisation. He has also acted as supervisory psychologist for a number of intern industrial psychologists.
Rentia Landman, Assessment Advisor: Centre for Professional and Personal Insight, UCT
A registered industrial psychologist, with 16 years’ experience in mainly the financial services industry and higher education sectors, Rentia's fields of specialisation are assessments, industrial relations, talent management and organisational development. Rentia is passionate about delivering strategic HR support and services as a key business partner and in developing HR practitioners in becoming transformational leaders. Apart from heading up the centre for professional and personal insight at the University of Cape Town, Rentia consults to various companies on assessments, performance management and organisational development. She has also acted as supervisory psychologist for intern industrial psychologists.
Mark Orpen-Lyall, Founder, Synenergy Consulting & Former Head of OD, Allan Gray
He ran Allan Gray’s Organisational Development department for 11 splendid years, and left to found Synenergy Consulting. He also worked for 9 years as an internal HR resource at Harrods London, Unilever SA and Old Mutual. Since leaving Allan Gray in 2016 he has focussed much of his energy on the start-up fintech companies, whilst also consulting internationally in the UK, Canada, Australia, Ghana and Kenya. His key areas of focus have been bespoke interventions in: HR-OD strategy, leadership development, high performance systems, innovation and creativity systems, people analytics, resilience and HRBP capability development. His clients include: SAB-Millers, Allan Gray Ltd, Orbis International, Mercedes-Benz, Sanlam, Jumo, Zoona, Carat etc. Mark is a registered Industrial Psychologist with the Health Professionals Council of South Africa. In 2009, he was awarded his Doctorate in Industrial Psychology. His thesis focused on building individuals’ resilience in the workplace.
Prof Nico Martins, Research Professor at the Department of Industrial and Organisational Psychology at the University of South Africa (Unisa)
Nico specialises in the field of organisational psychology. His fields of expertise are organisational development and change. Together with Ellen Martins they started Organisational Diagnostics CC more than 20 years ago. They have participated in more than 500 qualitative and quantitative organisational survey projects and have surveyed Southern African and international organisations. A number of his masters and doctoral students have utilised this research for further research. He has extensive knowledge in the fields of organisational assessments and interventions. He is the co-editor and author of several books and chapters in his field of expertise.
Sandra van den Ordel, Lead Consultant, JVR
Sandra is a Lead Consultant at the Cape Town branch of JvR Consulting Psychologists. She is a registered Industrial Psychologist with the Health Professions Council of South Africa. Sandra is passionate about maximising business benefit and value through processes that motivate and educate individuals, teams and leaders in organisations in a way that results in peak performance. Sandra has extensive experience across various industries and organisations. She focuses on people development in the areas of Team Synergy, Leadership Development, Emotional Intelligence, Mentoring and Career Development. Sandra also has experience in Organisational Development interventions such as performance management and engagement surveys.
Luc Van der Hofstadt, Executive Business Coach & Country Director, Mentally Fit Institute South Africa
Luc Van der Hofstadt is an Executive Business Coach at the Mentally Fit Institute since 2000. He holds a Masters in Laws from the University of Antwerp (Belgium), is a Certified Coach from the Institute of Neurocognitivism and is a Belbin Team Role Accredited Trainer. He teaches at various international Business Schools such as Insead Paris and is co-author of the book “Management Assistant”. He regularly directs team and individual coaching sessions for Executive Comities, Managers and Individuals for corporate and institutional clients in various countries around the world. As an international facilitator and motivational speaker, Luc coaches and inspires on team dynamics, advices individuals, leaders and managers how to manage their own energy, their team members’ energy and their organisational energy in our diverse world. He also manages the Mentally Fit Institute South Africa which he founded.
Trevonica Naidu, Director, Transformation Integrated Africa
Trevonica Naidu is an accomplished diversity (and inclusion), employment equity and transformation professional with strong delivery, metrics, project management and strategy development expertise. She has a solid personal reputation, is highly experienced in all aspects of diversity management (and inclusion), and related local legislation. Trevonica has vast experience in diagnosis, designing, developing and delivering bespoke diversity, employment equity and change programmes to different employee groups including executive teams, senior and middle managers, unions and to general staff. She has also assisted clients in the development of communication strategies and campaigns to support their diversity plans. Working across geographies and a prominent contributor on several international working groups (gender, disability and generational plans). She holds a number of qualifications including an MBA from UNISA’s Graduate School of Business Leadership (conferred in collaboration with Open University - UK), a Bachelor of Technology Degree in Communications (Durban University of Technology) and she is currently a student at the College of Law -UNISA (LLB), while at the same time, completing a Bachelor’s degree in Theology through Living University (USA). She has attended various workshops and programmes in diversity, BBBEE, employment equity, disability, project and change management – locally and abroad.
Anton Grütter, CEO, Lean Institute Africa
Dr Anton Grütter is the CEO of the Lean Institute Africa, one of eighteen institutes affiliated with the Lean Global Network. After establishing a property development start-up in the 1980’s he became the general manager of a group of worker owned furniture manufacturers before becoming an academic after completing his MBA in 1992. He has taught operations management at several South African universities and is a visiting professor teaching on the MBA programme at Shanghai University. He has taught on the MBA and other programmes of the Graduate School of Business at the University of Cape Town. His PhD research was on the effective implementation of shop-floor improvement teams and his textbook “Introduction to Operations Management” was published by Heinemann in 2010.
Richard Perez, Founding Director, UCT School of Design Thinking (d.school)
Richard Perez is the founding director of the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design Thinking at the University of Cape Town, which leverages the d.school network of both Potsdam, Germany and Stanford, United States. Richard’s expertise and experience combines design with business thinking, management and strategy. His area of specialisation is design thinking for innovation and strategic leadership; and he has consulted to organisation (private and public) in South Africa, the Africa region and internationally. Prior to his appointment to the d-school, Richard spent three years as a director at the City of Cape where, in a first for a public administration in South Africa, he pioneered innovation as a strategy and management tool to advance the creation of effective human-centred development models. Richard currently consults to the World Bank on design thinking methodologies and approaches on programmes within Africa and works closely with organisations such as UNICEF in the development of human centered design and innovation capability on the African continent. Richard’s education includes a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Cape Town, a Masters in Innovation Design Engineering from the Royal College of Art and Imperial College of Science and Technology (London) and an Executive MBA (awarded with distinction) from the UCT Graduate School of Business, where his research topic focused on the inter-relationships between constraints and creativity.
Jeanett Modise, Executive Head: People and Transformation, Santam Insurance
Jeanett Modise is Executive Head of HR & Transformation at Santam. Jeanett is a senior business leader with strategic and operational experience in HR, Procurement and Corporate Services within financial, technology and mining sectors. A strong team player with the ability to drive organizational change, deliver results and contribute strategically to leadership teams in dynamic, customer focused, growth businesses where the attraction, retention and development of top talent is one of the key business drivers. Jeanett previously held executive roles at SAP Africa, AngloGold Ashanti, IDC; Mutual & Federal. Jeanett previously served as Non-Executive Director and Chairperson of the board HR & Remuneration committee of Foskor, Non-Executive Director for Cordustex and for Save the Children South Africa, a global NGO that focuses on the rights of children. She currently serves as Non-Executive Director for Indwe Broker Holdings. Jeanett is a qualified Professional Nurse and Midwife, and her academic background includes MBL, B.Com & MDP (Unisa), SEP (Harvard) and AMP (Insead)
Samkelo Blom, Group Human Resources |Transformation Executive, Spur Group
Samkelo is currently an HR Executive at the Spur Corporation serving on Board committee for HR, Productivity and Transformation Committee. He has instituted Talent Forums where together with executives they identify, develop and review critical talent across the group He is responsible for Succession Planning, Career progression and Talent pools across the group globally and has designed and implemented the Spur Leadership Development Programme (Assessment Centre, Executive Coaching. In 2014 as first-time entrant he was instrumental in achieving Deloitte Best Company to Work for the Spur Corporation. As a seasoned HR professional with background in Learning he has worked in various roles where he has been responsible for Talent Management (developing leaders, black graduates, gender empowerment, and talent practice together with solutions)
Chris Blair, CEO, 21st Century Pay Solutions Group (Pty) Ltd
Chris has consulted to over 500 organisations - both in Southern Africa and internationally. Chris holds a BSC Chem. Eng. and MBA in Leadership & Sustainability and is registered as a Chartered Human Resource (CHR) Practitioner with SA Board for Personnel Practice (SABPP). He is also accredited as a Master Reward Specialist through the South African Reward Association (SARA). Areas of specialisation include incentive schemes, cost benefit analysis, financial modelling, breakeven analysis, feasibility studies and many more. He is considered to be one of South Africa's leading experts in share scheme design for both listed and unlisted companies. Chris has published numerous articles on remuneration and he has appeared in the press for expert views on the subject. He also serves on numerous boards such as: Council member of Cape Peninsular University of Technology, Huguenot College. Chris is currently studying his doctorate in CEO performativity.
Pieter Marais, CEO, Kontextit
Pieter is a registered psychologist, founder of Kontextit and currently managing director. He worked locally and internationally as a Management and HR consultant for nearly three decades. During the 30 years he predominantly consulted to companies, but was also employed by companies in a Strategy and OD capacity. He is a deep level expert on business contexts, contextual work dynamics and the delivery based organisation. Through continuous research and development, he also developed organisational methods, systems, processes and methodologies. His philosophy is that people in companies know how to do things and therefore his focus is on the development of self-sustainable value-generating organisations through in-company capacity development.
Nishani Ford, Learning & OD Manager, DHL Express (SA, Lesotho & Swaziland)
Nishani is a catalyst in systems and social change in contemporary South Africa. Her experience takes you on an inspiring journey spanning over two decades that encompasses many challenges personally and professionally She has over 20 Years’ experience in the corporate world where she held senior roles in the Learning and Organizational Development fields. Ford has been consistently recognized and sought after for her excellence and innovative projects which have been transformational in the South African landscape. She develops individuals and teams to empower and unlock their competencies on both personal leadership skills and true transformative skills. What sets Nishani apart is her depth of experience, her pragmatism derived from her experience, and her unique ability to synergize coaching and leadership for maximum results in midst of everyday life. Her vision is to create the foundation for people to change the narrative of this country they currently hold and to be personally empowered to make a difference in the everyday by living a life of purpose. It is a place of purpose and significance for the greater good of all. Ford is renaissance in the field of transformation at a human dignity level.
Sarika Mahadeo-Diercks, Senior Organisational Development Specialist, Woolworths
Sarika currently works within the Organisational Development team at Woolworths. She is especially passionate about Change Management and leads the Woolworths Change Management Capability under the auspices of which she began a mindfulness practice 1.5 years ago. She has also been instrumental in the design and development of competencies and career paths within the business. Sarika is a skilled management consultant having previously worked for a global consultancy. Her experience spans projects involving strategic development and practical implementation across multiple industries within Southern Africa. She is an accomplished facilitator having worked with individuals, teams and leadership in driving business results. Sarika holds a Social Science Degree in Psychology, Post Graduate qualifications in Human Resources and Business Management and an Associate Coaching Certificate. She has been practising mindfulness for the past 10 years.
Pinki Luwaca, Human Capital Executive, PPECB
Pinki has more than 20 years’ organisational development and HR business partnering experience. She has worked on a strategic and systemic level focusing on HR strategy, organisational culture transformation, learning and development, change management and employee engagement. Pinki has extensive experience in senior roles in the retail (Woolworths, Clicks Group), financial services (FNB) and non-profit sectors where she has partnered with leaders in an integrative manner to achieve organisation goals. She is a qualified social worker (UCT), holds an Honours degree in Human Resources from the University of Johannesburg, and is a certified coach through the UCT Centre for Coaching. Pinki is passionate about youth development and social community development.
Roshon Omar, OD and Transformation Manager, PPECB
Through her 20 years of experience in HR and Organisation Development, Roshon has a grounded understanding of what challenges leaders in changing organisations. She is a seasoned professional who has worked at a strategic and organisational level to develop practical human capital solutions that drive achievement of demanding business goals. Roshon has partnered with clients in a flexible, systemic way to deliver solutions with the aim of creating a sustainable working environment and productive business. She has worked mostly in the Financial Services sector where she has contributed to HR strategy and organisation transformation aligned to business strategy. Roshon has developed solutions focusing on organisation effectiveness and organisational development including companywide transformation and talent strategies, remuneration and reward frameworks, culture change and coaching programmes aligned to leadership development programmes. Roshon holds an MA in Professional Coaching Practice with Middlesex University (UK), a BA in Psychology with UCT, and has held senior roles in DirectAxis, Sanlam, FNB, mothers2mothers, and has consulted in the non-profit and social entrepreneurship sector. She is passionate about making a difference through coaching emerging leaders and entrepreneurs.

WORKSHOP

Pre-Conference Workshop


PILATES FOR CORPORATES: ENABLING CHANGE FITNESS AND RESPONSIVENESS IN ORGANISATIONS

22 August 2017
Enabling change fitness is a business imperative if our organisations are to survive and thrive in today’s volatile and uncertain environment. We need to realise that change is not a job title or a project; rather change fitness needs to be a core capability as it is a pre-condition to enable responsiveness and scale agility across our organisations. In the words of Jack Welsh: ‘If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, the end is near.’

Our current business context is one where change has become exponential. Our linear change management methods and best practices are simply no longer sufficient to deal with continuous and unpredictable change. We need to change how we think about change, and how we approach it in our organisations and in life.

If we think about the idea of fitness, there are principles and practices that enable our bodies to become fit and agile. The same is true for organisations.

The purpose of the workshop is to collectively explore new ways of making meaning of change, and how to co-create these fitness practices within our organisations.


We will explore and co-create:

  • Generative metaphors that can help organisations shift their thinking, language and change practices
  • Exploring Contextual Intelligence and how to make sense of different kinds of change contexts and respond appropriately (using Prof Snowden’s Cynefin framework, as explored in this front page HBR article: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/5689229_A_Leader’s_ Framework_for Decision_Making)
  • Explore what we can learn from those who thrive in uncertainty – e.g. what can we learn from artists e.g. jazz bands, the armed forces and the All Blacks and South West Airlines.
  • Case study examples from real client projects.

Key learning outcomes

  • using metaphor and narrative for meaning-making
  • making sense of change and the different kinds of change we face
  • understanding the principles and practices that enable change fitness and builds an adaptive core in our organisations

Why you should attend

  • There are many interconnected forces driving exponential change in industry. Existing thinking and practice is no longer sufficient.
  • In this VUCA world, learning from other disciplines enable novel ideas and practices that will enhance your change competence.
  • Our focus on principles and not recipes will provide insights you can apply broadly.
  • You will receive practical wisdom that you can apply immediately, but that is based in sound theory.

Programme layout

07:30 – 08:30 | Registration
10:00 – 10:30 | morning break
12:30 – 13:30 | Lunch
15:00 – 15:30 | Afternoon break
16:00 – 16:30 | Wrap up

Who should attend:


  • Heads of OD
  • OD Specialists
  • Head of Organisation Design
  • Organisation Design Specialists
  • Organisational Practitioners
  • HR Directors
  • Transformation Directors and Managers
  • HR Managers
  • Work Study Analysts
  • Agile transformation leads


ABOUT THE FACILITATOR:
SONJA BLIGNAUT Owner and Founder, More Beyond


Sonja partners with leaders, OD practitioners and other decisionmakers to enable responsive and agile organisations and make sense of complex problems like culture, change and customer loyalty. she does this through the use of pioneering ideas and tools from complexity theory and narrative practice. Her expertise lies in guiding leaders and practitioners in organisations to shift their organisations toward greater strategic agility and resilience. Focus areas include: adaptive change; collective improvisation and devolved decision-making; developing competence to deal with complex or adaptive challenges in VUCA environments; sense-making; and culture. Sonja has over 15 years’ experience consulting locally and internationally. Prior to founding more Beyond, she consulted for PWC and IBM. she is the exclusive south African partner for Prof Dave Snowden’s company Cognitive Edge and supplies training in their open source methods; the Cynefin sense-making framework as well as the sense-maker software suite. Sonja is a popular speaker at various business schools, conferences and events. she is also an experienced coach, utilising strengths and Relationship systems coaching methodologies.

For more information about this event contact Siphiwe Mashoene on +2711 706 6009 or siphiwe@knowres.co.za

REGISTRATION OPTIONS


REGISTRATION FEES
  Price (Excl. VAT)
OD conference and pre-conference workshop |
22 to 24 August 2017

R12 600.00
OD pre-conference workshop only |  22 August 
R4 100.00
OD two-day conference only | 23 and 24 August
R10 000.00

Please note:

  • Payment must be received prior to attendance
  • Registration fees include refreshments, lunch, parking and seminar materials
SETA grants and accreditation requirements

Many of our delegates enquire about the accreditation of our events. There is a misconception that organisations qualify for SETA grants only for accredited programmes. This is not correct. The payment of SETA grants is regulated by the Government Gazette, no. 9867, Vol. 570, 3 December 2012, no. 35940. These Regulations clearly state that the SETAs “must allocate a mandatory grant to a levy paying employer” that has submitted a WSP and ATR by the regulated date, has provided all the information required in the regulated template, and is up to date with skills levy payments. Furthermore, the template in the Regulations (Section C: Skills Development) allows employers to include ALL planned training in the report; not only accredited programmes.



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Special discount for registered NPO’s, small businesses (30 or less employees) & full-time lecturers at universities – contact us for more information!


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