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To practice in the field of orgtology, an applicant must qualify as either an Orgtologist or an Orgtology Specialist. The entry requirement for training as an orgtology practitioner is a recognised bachelor’s degree. The IOI accepts any field of study, therefore any person with a degree can apply.

 

On acceptance, the applicant must undergo online training with the Orgtology Institute. On average this training can take between one and two years, depending on how fast the trainee works.

 

Before registration as an orgtology practitioner, the trainee must also prove a minimum of 50-hours of experience in the practice of orgtology. On successful completion of the training and submission of proof of 50-hours experience in the field of orgtology practice, the IOI will register an applicant as an Orgtology Specialist. To register as an Orgtologist, the Orgtology Specialist must publish an academic article in a reputable academic journal.

 


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Purpose of the Programme:

To prepare a student to practice in the field of orgtology.

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Programme Goals:

  1. Become part of an orgtology community;

  2. Understand the theories of orgtology;

  3. Know how to practically apply the theories of orgtology; and

  4. Know how to do research on orgtology.

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General programme “fact sheet”

Prerequisite:

Degree from a recognised university

Delivery:
  • Online learning;

  • Tutored research projects.

Modules:

9 Modules

  • 1 Theoretical module on orgtology.

  • 3 Theoretical modules on orgamatics.

  • 1 Research project on orgamatics.

  • 3 Theoretical modules on organamics.

  • 1 Research project on organamics.

Delivery method per module:
  • Pre-reading

  • Video clips

  • One online multiple-choice exam

  • On-line assistance

Examination:
  • Each module has a pre-reading assignment aided by video content.

  • To complete each module, the student must do an online multiple-choice examination.

  • A student can do the examinations on their own time, but ze must pass before the system will allow hir to move on to the next module.

  • The pass mark for all multiple-choice examinations are 80%.

  • Students can redo the exam until they pass.

  • Our online system will change and rearrange the questions with every new examination attempt.

Research project:

To complete the programme, the student must complete two research projects under the supervision of a tutor. This is one research project on orgamatics and one on organamics.

There is a second choice for research called "Module X". This model offers one research project that will give the same credits as the two research projects for orgamatics and organamics. In other words, where a student takes this module, the IOI will exempt them from modules five and nine.

The student will publish hir research proposal and results on the IOI website via blog posts.

Estimated time investment:
  • 100-hours for the training (reading, seminars, and exams)

  • 100-hours for the research

  • Estimated total of 200-hours

Cost:

300 USD

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The Modules:

  1. Module 1: Orientation to the practice of orgtology.

  2. Module 2: The resource system.

  3. Module 3: The orgtelligence system.

  4. Module 4: The relationship system.

  5. Module 5: Research project in orgamatics.

  6. Module 6: Intrapersonal dynamics.

  7. Module 7: Team dynamics.

  8. Module 8: Leadership dynamics.

  9. Module 9: Research project in organamics.

  10. Module X: Combined research project.

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Module 1: Orientation to the Practice of Orgtology

This module is an introduction to the IOI; the OBoK; key policies of the IOI; Hypothesis 2x; the four theories of orgamatics; and the four theories of organamics.

Compulsory topics:

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Module 2: The Resource System

This module will help the student to grasp the resource system of Org. Please note that students are not limited to topics that they selected. Students are free to study these topics at any time, even after completion of the programme at no further cost.

Compulsory topics:
Choose any two of the following topics:
  • Development of policies and procedures.

  • Organisational design and structure.

  • Recruitment & selection. (not available yet)

  • Procurement. (not available yet)

  • Cost management.

  • Sales management. (not available yet)

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Module 3: The Orgtelligence System

This module will help the student to grasp the orgtelligence system of Org. Please note that students are not limited to topics that they selected. Students are free to study these topics at any time, even after completion of the programme at no further cost.

Compulsory topics:
Choose any two of the following topics:
  • RPO (Relevant and Performing Organisation) maturity.

  • EOP (risk Exposure, Opportunities, and Process efficiency) analysis.

  • Strategy Development.

  • Risk Management. (not available yet)

  • Employee Performance Management. (not available yet)

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Module 4: The Relationship System

This module will help the student to grasp the relationship system of Org. Please note that students are not limited to topics that they selected. Students are free to study these topics at any time, even after completion of the programme at no further cost.

Compulsory topics:
  • Theory 2E of Results.

  • Relationship construct engineering.

Choose any two of the following topics:
  • Stakeholder Relationship Management. (not available yet)

  • Customer Relationship Management.

  • Labour Relationship management. (not available yet)

  • Marketing Management. (not available yet)

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Module 5: The Orgamatics Research Project

This module has one theoretical topic and a research project.

Theoretical topic:
  • Theory O of the Relevant and Performing Organisation (RPO).
Research:
  • The student must formulate a problem statement or question that connects hir workplace to the field of orgamatics. The IOI will guide the student on this.
  • As soon as the student has formulated hir research hypothesis, problem, or question, the IOI will connect hir with a mentor, who will assist with the research programme and the publishing of results.

  • Research results must be a minimum of 5000 words.

  • The mentor will help the student to publish hir research results as a series of blog articles. The first blog article will be a research proposal. We do not allow a blog article to exceed 2000 words, therefore each student will publish a minimum of three blog articles.

  • We require students to adhere to our “Research and Publishing” policy when they do research and publish results. The IOI will make no exceptions in this regard.

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Module 6: Intrapersonal Dynamics

This module will help the student to grasp the intrapersonal dynamics of Org. Please note that students are not limited to topics that they selected. Students are free to study these topics at any time, even after completion of the programme at no further cost.

Compulsory topics:
Choose any two of the following topics:
  • Stress management. (not available yet)

  • Depression Hardiness. (not available yet)

  • Assertiveness.

  • The Art of Happiness. (not available yet)

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Module 7: Team Dynamics

This module will help the student to grasp the team dynamics of Org. Please note that students are not limited to topics that they selected. Students are free to study these topics at any time, even after completion of the programme at no further cost.

Compulsory topics:
Choose any two of the following topics:
  • Group dynamics.

  • Workplace diversity dynamics.
  • Interpersonal skills. (not available yet)

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Module 8: Leadership Dynamics

This module will help the student to grasp the leadership dynamics of Org. Please note that students are not limited to topics that they selected. Students are free to study these topics at any time, even after completion of the programme at no further cost.

Compulsory topics:
Choose any two of the following topics:
  • Leadership and management.

  • Negotiation and influence.

  • Strategic thinking.

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Module 9: The Organamics Research Project

This module has one theoretical topic and a research project.

Theoretical topic:
  • Theory D of the Relevant and Performing Individual (RPI).
Research:
  • The student must formulate a problem statement or question that connects hir workplace to the field of organamics. The IOI will guide the student on this.

  • As soon as the student has formulated hir research hypothesis, problem, or question, the IOI will connect hir with a mentor, who will assist with the research programme and the publishing of results.

  • Research results must be a minimum of 5000 words.

  • The mentor will help the student to publish hir research results as a series of blog articles. The first blog article will be a research proposal. We do not allow a blog article to exceed 2000 words, therefore each student will publish a minimum of three blog articles.

  • We require students to adhere to our “Research and Publishing” policy when they do research and publish results. The IOI will make no exceptions in this regard.

 


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Module X: Combined Research Project:

This is an optional module that will exempt a student from Module 5 and Module 9.

It has one theoretical topic and a research project.

Theoretical topics:
  • Theory O of the Relevant and Performing Organisation (RPO).

  • Theory D of the Relevant and Performing Individual (RPI).

Research:

 

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Completion of the programme

A student will successfully complete hir training when ze…

  • Has passed all the required modules; and

  • Has published hir research results on the IOI website.

  • Has proven 50-hours of practical work in the field of orgtology.

On completion, the IOI will certify the applicant as an Orgtology Specialist. To be certified as an Orgtologist, the applicant must publish an academic article on an orgtology topic in a reputable academic journal. The article must show reserach in the field of orgtology. 

 

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Apply for admission to the IOI Orgtology Practitioners programme

  • The IOI will only process an application on receipt of a complete registration with all its supporting documentation.

  • A Commissioner of Oaths must certify all supporting documentation as true copies of the originals.

  • The IOI will only consider online applications.

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Important Notice:

The IOI is currently training a pilot group on this programme.

Online registrations will be open to the public from 01 April 2020 onwards.


 

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