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Table of Contents…

  1. Introduction
  2. Programme "Fact Sheet"

  3. The six modules

  4. Online exam

  5. Research

  6. Practical experience

  7. Completion of the programme

  8. Apply for admission to the IOI Orgtologist training programme

 


1. Introduction:

To practice in the field of orgtology, an applicant must register as an Orgtologist with the International Orgtology Institute (IOI).

 

The IOI will only accredit applicants who…

(1) holds a recognised bachelor’s degree, and

(2) has completed the IOI Orgtologist online training programme.

To begin the accreditation process, the applicant must apply for admission to the IOI’s online training programme. The training mostly takes between 10 and 24-months, depending on how fast the student works. On successful application, the IOI will register the applicant as an Orgtology Student.

 

The IOI training programme will have the following four phases:

  Phase:  Sescription:  Assessment:  Weight: 
Comprehension of the orgtology theory. We help the student to work through the theory and concepts of orgtology. There are six modules and students must do online multiple-choice tests for each one. The student must achieve 80% on a multiple-choice test to move on to the next module.  .19
2 Examination on the orgtology theory. The student will write a four-hour online examination on all the orgtology material given. The exam will be administered during February and July every year. Pass rate is 50%.  .19
Research on orgtology. The IOI will give guidance to the student to publish on research in the field of orgtology. Publication in a reputable academic journal on any topic within the bounds of orgtology.  .39
4 Practical experience in orgtology. The IOI will give guidance on how to apply orgtology theories within their place of work. Student proves 50-hours of practical experience in the field of orgtology. .23

 

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2. Programme Fact Sheet:

Purpose:
To prepare a student to practice in the field of orgtology.
Goals:
  • Become part of an orgtology community.
  • Know and understand the theories of orgtology.
  • Know how to practically apply the theories of orgtology.
  • Contribute academically to the field of orgtology.
Prerequisite:

Degree from a recognised university

Online Delivery:
  • Material divided into six modules. This includes prescribed reading and video clips.
  • Six multiple-choice exams.
  • One online examination.
  • Guidance in research and publication.
  • Guidance on how to practice and report on the principles of orgtology at the students place of work.
Estimated Time Investment:
  • Phase 1 (working through the material): 50-hours
  • Phase 2 (preparation for the examination): 50-hours
  • Phase 3 (drafting & submission of an academic paper on orgtology): 100 hours
  • Phase 4 (practical hours and reporting): 60-hours

Theoretically, if the student invests 3-hours on every working day, he/she can complete the programme in about 5-months. Thus, one should comfortably complete it in 10-months.

Cost:
  • 500 USD
  • Payable online

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3. The Six Modules:

 Module: Heading: Items:
1 Orientation to the International Orgtology Institute
2 Introduction to orgtology
3 Introduction to orgamatics
  • What is orgamatics?
  • Theory 2I – understanding orgtelligence.
  • Theory 2P – understanding work.
  • Theory 2E – understanding results.
  • Theory O of the RPO (Relevant and Performing Organisation).
4 Practical application of orgamatics
  • The difference between an output, an outcome, and a target.
  • Create efficiency through output targets.
  • Ensure effectiveness through outcome targets.
  • What is a process construct?
  • Engineering the process construct.
  • What is a project construct?
  • What is a relationship construct?
5 Introduction to organamics
  • What is organamics?
  • Theory Ix on intelligence.
  • Theory Px on paradigm.
  • Theory Ex on identity.
  • Theory D of the RPI (Relevant and Performing Individual).
6 Practical application of organamics
  • Working with intrapersonal dynamics.
  • The difference between management and leadership.
  • Working with leadership dynamics.
  • Working with team dynamics.

 

Assessment:

  • To work through the modules, the learner must pass an online multiple-choice questionnaire.

  • Pass rate for the multiple-choice test is 80%.

  • Questions will be renewed and shuffled each time a learner re-does a multiple-choice test.

  • There are no limits to how many multiple-choice questionnaires a learner may do, but it will not be possible to continue to the next module without passing the multiple-choice test.

  • The IOI will only grant exam admission if the learner has passed all multiple-choice tests.

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4. Online exam:

  • As part of the accreditation process, aspirant Orgtologists must write and pass a four-hour online exam.

  • A prerequisite to the exam is that the student has passed all the multiple-choice tests.

  • The IOI will administer examinations annually at a given date and time during February and July.

  • Exam questions will be insight-based. To pass, the learner must have a good comprehension of orgtology theory and concepts.

  • Pass rate for the examination is 50%.

  • Learners may write two re-examinations. Where a learner fails the exam three times, he/she will have to re-enrol for the programme.

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5. Research:

  • As part of this accreditation programme, the student must publish on an orgtology topic in a reputable academic journal.

  • The IOI will begin to guide students with their research and publication once they have passed the multiple-choice tests for all their modules.

  • Students who have published in the field of orgtology, via a journal publication or a post graduate qualification can apply for credits for this part of the programme. The IOI will only issue credits if the research contributes to the Orgtology Body of Knowledge (OBoK).

  • The IOI will guide students on how to formulate a hypothesis and select a research method. Further, they will guide students on the structure and submission of their research paper.

  • On average, an academic research publication is about 7000 words, excluding the references.

  • Students will only receive credits for this part of the programme once their papers have been accepted to a reputable journal.

  • The other parts of the programme are not prerequisite for this part. I.e., students can begin with their research paper at any stage during the programme. The IOI will only begin to give assistance once the multiple-choice tests have all been passed.

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6. Practical Experience:

  • As part of this accreditation programme, the student must prove 50-hours of practical work in the field of orgtology.

  • This means that the student must (1) find a way to apply orgtology theory at their workplace, and (2) give evidence that orgtology theory was applied. The IOI will give guidance in this regard.

  • To apply for credits on this part of the programme, the student must submit a report via an IOI approved template.

  • The report must show the following:

    • Orgtology topic that was practically applied.

    • Method used.

    • Impact observed.

    • Recommendations.

    • Evidence that proves the student claims.

  • On acceptance of the report and its evidence, the IOI will issue credits for this part of the programme.

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7. Completion of the programme:

The student will complete the programme when he/she:

  • Has passed all the multiple-choice tests for each of the six modules.

  • Passed an online open book exam on the prescribed modules.

  • Has published on orgtology in a reputable academic journal.

  • Has handed in a report that proves 50-hours of practical experience in orgtology.

On completion of this programme, the student can apply to be listed as an Orgtologist with the International Orgtology Institute. Continuation of this title will be subject to the upkeep of CPD credits and the payment of an annual registration fee.

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8. Apply for admission to the IOI Orgtologist training 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.

  • The IOI will register a student to the online Orgtologist training programme if he/she:

    • Can prove possession of a recognised bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification.

    • Have submitted a fully completed application form.

    • Has submitted certified copies of all required documentation.

    • Has paid for the programme in full or has a monthly payment arrangement with the IOI.

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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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