Organizational Growth Strategies

By Icy D’Silva.

Published by The Organization Collection

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Organizational growth is a necessity to meet the demands of an increasingly complex and dynamic environment. Knowledge and evidence-informed decision making are instrumental in organizational growth; and entails getting focused on important goals, and involving others in achieving them. The present day organization’s initiatives are more complex than in the past, and involve connecting, networking and integrating. The Food Science Graduate Students at the University of Guelph in Canada, were effective as evidence for organizational decision-making in keeping with the values of the Institution. As a practice focus since September 2006, this diverse group has been participating in educational, recreational, social and cultural activities that were strategically designed to be pivotal to active learning toward bridging gaps and extending linkages. Existing knowledge and new knowledge through this exercise were essential to sustain innovation. Taken together, knowledge and evidence-informed decision making are instrumental in bridging gaps and extending linkages for organizational growth. This exercise required long-term commitment and investment, as well as stability and engagement of leadership.

Keywords: Decision-making, Leadership, Organizational Growth

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 10, Issue 6, pp.51-60. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 617.462KB).

Icy D’Silva

Graduate Student, Department of Food Science,, Ontario Agricultural College, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Icy D’Silva (Ida Iris Icy D’Silva) earned her Master of Science degree studying ‘Anti-LipopolysaccharideAntibody-Mediated Disease Resistance against Pseudomonas aeruginosa O6ad in Tobacco’ with Professor J. Christopher Hall as her Mentor and Advisor, from the University of Guelph (Canada) renowned for its excellence in teaching, research and innovation. Icy is a Doctor of Philosophy Graduate at the University of Guelph having been involved in the study of recombinant molecules towards resistance against egg allergy with Professor Yoshinori Mine as Advisor and Professor J. Christopher Hall as her Mentor. Her expertise in biology has been widely chronicled and she has contributed to a number of academic journals, articles and book chapters. Icy has been enthusiastically participating in innumerable opportunities offered by the University of Guelph. Icy has been a University of Guelph - Ontario Agricultural College-Graduate Student Senator, and a University of Guelph - Food Science Department-Graduate Students’ Representative. Icy is equally active in serving the Guelph and Canadian community in particular, as well as the World community at large. Icy is an avid reader and writer.

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