“Organizational Development Images and Logos” -the Imperfect Org

I am taking the advice of one of my followers on here who stated that since my blog is brand it should have its own catchphrase or several, something that hooks people in, otherwise it sounds too boring or too clinical.

Honestly, you can look up any school blog site on Industrial Organizational psychology or Organizational Development (O/D) to see clinical opinions or even various business online publications to see the humdrum data and analysis of techniques, procedures, etc. regarding O/D but that is really what I am trying to avoid. So therefore, I am experimenting with logos and PowerPoint, basically making my own logos, and images so that I can liven up my blog a little more.

Please note that these are just the first steps to creating logos, and images for the site, or what I like to call “baby steps” so your feedback is encouraged.

I plan to make the images to the size of desktop wallpaper 1200 x 720 for my own needs and marketing, but I hope to be producing some quality stuff on here. So if there is anything that looks generic or out of space, comment on it in the blog after you read the posting so I can step up the blog’s overall feel for you, my readers.

Organizational Development is all about putting out a product and getting the feedback from the audience it is intended for, and making changes to that products to better suit the needs and desires of the client. In other words, I am by making the logos, etc., I am testing the waters and theories of O/D as best as I can and for all to see.


Author: theimperfectorg

“Joi Su”, has been diligently working to help bridge the gap between what people expect in any organization and what they receive. Joi Su has earned a Master’s degree in Organization Development and a Bachelors in Psychology with an emphasis on Applied Behavioral Analysis.

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