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ODN Europe is the European Chapter of the Organization Development Network, an international professional association of organisation development practitioners.

Organisation Development

Supporting Europe’s organisations to become more effective and healthy through the advancement of the theory and practice of OD.

Membership

Find out how membership of ODN Europe can support your career through networking, sharing and learning (including mentoring) with OD practitioners.

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All the latest news from ODN Europe, plus newsletters, multimedia content and expert blogs and features in our brand new media section.

Calendar of Connections

Find out what events are taking place in the OD network

ODNE Conference 2019 
May 2019 – 10 May 2019

Early-Bird Registration is now open for the ODNE Conference 2019, taking place 8-10 May 2019 at the Courtyard Marriott Schiphol Amsterdam Airport.

03May 19
New Website For ODNE

New website for ODNE

The Organisation Development Network for Europe is delighted to launch its new website on the eve of its annual conference.  The new website has a fresh design and new features to ensure that members and those new to field can find what they’re looking easily and swiftly, whether on a laptop or mobile device. It has been upgraded to ensure…

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03May 19
ODNE Blog Archive Delivers Features You’ve Missed

ODNE blog archive delivers features you’ve missed

The ODNE has created a new archive feature in its Blog section in its newly launched website. Valued as a substantial and useful resource for both experienced practitioners and those new to field, the ODNE archive means that members and non-members alike can now retrieve information and perspectives that have been shared in the past.  In an industry that is…

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05Apr 19
ODNE Inspired By Difference 8-10 May

ODNE Inspired by Difference 8-10 May

There’s only a few days to go before Inspired by Difference, our annual conference, takes place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. We are all full of excitement and anticipation for our opening day of New to Field and Experienced Practitioner streams. On Thursday and Friday we all come together to learn in large and small groups, seeking inspiration from our keynote…

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Our Supporters 

Together with our founding sponsors, we created this community to provide a professional, safe space for connecting and learning. Our members call it ‘the home of OD’. Our purpose is close to their hearts: “to support Europe’s organisations to become more effective and healthy through the advancement of the theory and practice of OD”.

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