The Organisational Development Group (ODG) wants to hear from you! There's now a website where you can find all the documents relating to the work the ODG has done so far, and you can comment on each document and article. Find out how to give your feedback:
Information and key documents on Workstreams, Background, Planning, and ODG Announcements, can now be found on the ODG's new website. It's the go to place for everything you want to find out about the work being done to help implement the changes recommended by the Organisational Review that were voted on in the 2018 AGM.
Where is the ODG website?
You can view the documents and other information at: odg.thebmc.co.uk/hc/en-gb.
How do I participate and comment on the ODG work
You can participate in two ways:
click Submit a request in the top right corner of any page
if you register and log in you can comment on individual pages (all comments are moderated)
We will respond by email as soon as we can both via email and, where appropriate, in the FAQs section.
Should I register? And how do I do it?
We would encourage you to register so you can comment on articles, follow articles to get notifications of changes and we can contact you for more detailed feedback if you are willing.
To sign up, first click the “Sign In” link at the top right of the website, and then the “Sign Up” link near the bottom of the window that appears. Please see the image below for clarification.
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