Virtual Organization Development ONLINE Conference, November 16-18, 2004 LO31188

From: Ellen Raboin (
Date: 10/27/04

Virtual Organization Development

Best Practices in OD that overcome time and space!

Online Conference ^V November 16 ^V 18, 2004
Get the Early Bird Discount now at:

A new breed of OD practitioner is emerging; one that understands how
new processes and technologies can be used to enable breakthrough
interventions at the individual, team, organization, and
trans-organizational levels. As more and more organizations embrace
distributed work, virtual teams, network organizational structures,
and other practices, Organizational Development (OD) practitioners
must respond with new approaches and innovative processes that address
the opportunities and challenges of the 21st century.

Join us from your computer ^V obtain practical tools and resources ^V create
new relationships! Come learn from Thought Leaders in the field, network
with other practitioners and experience the next generation in virtual
organizational development as part of this groundbreaking multi-day online

Some of our keynote presenters include:

New Horizons in Strength-Based Organization Change
David Cooperrider,
Case Western Reserve University

ePeers and eMentors in a Virtual Environment
Frances Long
Virtual Team Leader,

Building an Effective Virtual Team
Claire Sookman
Principal/Consultant, Virtual Team Builders

Appreciative Inquiry in a Global Virtual Environment
Cindi Bergen
WW Customer Service Competency, Hewlett-Packard
and Rachael Hunt
Global Learning Program Manager , Hewlett-Packard

Online Communities for Organizational Change and Learning
Soren Kaplan, PhD
Co-Founder, iCohere

Register before October 31st and receive a 20% Early Bird Discount.
Sponsorships and group discounts are still available. For more information
visit <> .


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