Tools & Workshops
gOEbase – The Ultimate OD Toolkit
gOEbase is an award-winning, comprehensive OD toolkit used by thousands of HR, OD, and L&D professionals. Organizations around the globe use gOEbase to diagnose challenges, design solutions, access customizable resources, and boost their consulting capabilities.
The Consulting Skills Workshop for HR
If your HR, L&D, and OD professionals are expected to be more consultative and strategic, less tactical, and more valuable contributors they need strong consulting skills. Thousands of participants have taken our highly interactive, business focused, on-site workshop.
DebriefNow – Team Learning Accelerator
About gOE - The Group for Organizational Effectiveness
For over 30 years we have provided consulting, research, and tools to 500+ organizations globally including over one-third of the Fortune 100. Our work is grounded in science and practical in nature. Our areas of deep expertise include Organizational Development, Change Management, Team Effectiveness, Learning & Development, and Building the Consulting Capabilities of HR Functions.
We’re pleased to announce the publication of Teams That Work (Oxford University Press) which debuted as the #1 new Organizational Psychology book on Amazon. Collaboration and teamwork requirements have risen by 50%, but as anyone who has worked on a team can attest, creating a great team remains a challenge. This new book examines the […]
gOE’s president, Scott Tannenbaum, was an invited guest on the No Way Out podcast to share his insights about team effectiveness and team debriefs. When done properly, debriefs are a proven way to boost team effectiveness…and they are relatively easy to implement. Listen to Scott as he takes a deep dive into team debriefing […]
gOE’s president Scott Tannenbaum along with colleagues Eduardo Salas and Allison Traylor from Rice University and Eric Thomas from the UTHealth McGovern School of Medicine published an article offering recommendations based on the science of teamwork for healthcare teams working during a pandemic. BMJ’s (British Medical Journals) journal articles are widely read in the medical community.