For more than 50 years, the scholars within Benedictine University's Master of Science 
in Management and Organization Behavior program have brought the world's best leaders to campus. 

Please join us in welcoming Matt Minahan, Ph.D., for:
"Strategic HR:
Best Practices in Organization Development"
Saturday, April 21, 2018
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Goodwin Hall, Sorensen Hall of Leaders
Sponsored by the Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior and the
Ph.D. in Organization Development programs.
"Strategic HR: Best Practices in Organization Development"


In order to succeed in your ever-expanding role in crafting your comapny's strategy, shaping culture, designing how work gets done and determining priorities in running the business, you will need to utilize core Organization Development Skills.

Join us and Matt Minahan in this seminar to discuss Strategic HR: Best Practices in Organization Development

Matt Minahan has worked for more than 35 years at helping organizations build capacity.  He works with senior executive teams on enterprise-wide change programs to meet new business challenges in their external and internal environments, develop new business strategies, and redesign their organizations from the bottom to the top.

Matt’s work includes collaborative design and facilitation of strategic planning, organization design, organization structure, leadership development, communications, business process simplification, and culture change.  These change programs often include Action Research based interviews and focus groups, a frank self-assessment by the organization of its strengths and weakness, stakeholder analysis, external benchmarking, and work on alignment among the organization’s business strategy, values, mission, and leadership philosophy.

His executive coaching with leaders focuses on goal setting, communication and involvement strategies, management practices, personal style, use of time, priority setting, decision making, and the effective delivery and receipt of feedback.

Matt served on the Board of Trustees of the Organization Development Network for seven years from 2009 to 2015, including as vice chair, co-chair, and chair.  He is also an active volunteer and former board member both of NTL Institute and the Chesapeake Bay OD Network, as well as being an executive in institutional change and startegy at World Bank in Washington D.C.


This event is free with lunch available for purchase.
You are encouraged to bring your boss, coworker or client. 
Please be sure to register yourself and your guests.

For further information contact
(630) 829-1394 or
5700 College Rd. Lisle, IL