The Massachusetts Bay OD Learning Group (MB ODLG) is also the recognized local branch to the international Organization Development Network http://www.odnetwork.org
+ Members perceive the Learning Group as meeting their professional development needs.
+ Members create opportunities for continual learning that meets their needs by using the group’s support systems.
+ Members easily identify and connect with other members who have similar learning needs and interests.
+ Members provide feedback on how the organization operates.
+ Members advance the group’s vision and values.
+ Members easily understand the organization and fit into it effortlessly.
+ Members participate in and contribute to the organization’s operation and development.
+ Members explore and embrace the cutting edge of Organizational Development theories, practices, culture and spirit.
+ Members leverage technology to enhance community, communication, collaboration, and connections.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
MB ODLG is a member organization made up of high-level Fortune 100 executives down through independent consultants and has had upwards of 1,000 people attend annual events and a paid annual member pool of over 200 and some of world’s leading OD practitioners.
A pleasing logo and color palette for a hugely-diverse community of human resource and organization development professionals and practitioners.
We will re-launch our web presence around this new logo and brand ourselves around the logo and colors.
Please feel free to incorporate your design insight and experience to develop a look and feel that invites community, learning, and collaboration.
The logo should be appealing and try to have a flair for the MB ODLG identity and you can use the Massachusetts Bay within design.
Though we are based in Boston, Massachusetts (Massachusetts Bay is a regional name for Boston-area from Cape Cod to New Hampshire Massachusetts Bay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://bit.ly/aw8JWJ ) we want to attract a global community and not be only a regional entity, but have global impact with a local value to Boston, Massachusetts, and New England.