Organisational Change

Selecting the Best HR/HCM System  - 2nd of 5 Installments (Click here to view the first article in the series) Needs Analysis and RFP Development Conducting the Needs Analysis There’s an old saying that goes “if you don’t know where you’re going, you probably won’t know when (or if)...

What events cause trauma? Very frightening or distressing events may result in a psychological wound or injury. These are usually experiences which are life threatening or pose a significant threat to a person’s life or well-being. These psychological wounds are often called trauma and can result...

Managing a group of people isn’t always easy even if your entire team is sitting right in front of you. But the challenges faced by anyone building a team increase exponentially when that team is spread across different offices – whether the offices are at...

Employee retention can be likened to client retention. We accept that it is a lot harder to find a new client than it is to retain one and the same goes with great employees; it is a lot harder to recruit a future star than...

The mobilization of an organization’s human resources (HR) behind dynamic change is what strategic HR management is all about. A true catalyst for successful strategy execution is having in place an HR leader in the role of translator – the right-hand person to the CEO,...

Written by: humanresourcesonline.net If you have experienced organisational change that has impacted employee engagement and retention negatively, there may be reasons for understanding what has caused this. Caroline Palmstedt, talent management lead for Asia Pacific at Monsanto, shares the neuroscience behind why organisational change can fail. While most...

Written by: Edwin Mouriño-Ruiz - td.org Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things. —Peter F. Drucker Study after study demonstrates that the main reasons employees leave organizations are poor management and lack of leadership. In fact, a 2013 white paper from the Center for...