OD eBook Club

The Organization Development Network-Greater Denver Region’s (ODN-GDR) eBook Club is an exclusively digital book club for OD enthusiasts. We’ll read top-rated industry eBooks (and audiobooks) and meet for a lively discussion over Zoom every six weeks. This eBook club will enable you to share and increase your knowledge about creative OD concepts, use literary technologies, and build connections with other development professionals.

Meeting Objectives: 

  • Engage in critical discussions of a shared text
  • Analyze the text and discuss how it relates to the theme
  • Discuss opportunities to practically apply the book’s concepts
  • Build relationships with other OD professionals

Our Next Read –

“Adaptive Action: Leveraging Uncertainty in Your Organization” by Glenda Eoyang & Royce Holladay

“Rooted in the study of chaos and complexity, Adaptive Action introduces a simple, common sense process that will guide you and your organization into reflective action. This elegant method prompts readers to engage with three deceptively simple questions: What? So what? Now what? The first leads to careful observation. The second invites you to thoughtfully consider options and implications. The third ignites effective action. The road-tested steps of adaptive action can be used to devise solutions and improve performance across multiple challenges, and they have proven to be scalable from individuals to work groups, from organizations to communities.” Preview the book on GoodReads.

Buy the eBook on Amazon (affiliate link)

Bonus Materials!

eBook and Audiobook Resources

LibbyApp; Add your library card to access eBooks and audiobooks (works with most library cards)
HooplaAnother digital library app
Open LibraryRead eBooks or listen to audiobooks for free from your web browser
AudiblePremium audiobook library subscription ($14.95/month)
AmazonPurchase eBooks and audiobooks, especially for Kindle readers

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