Change Management Articles
When it comes time to make changes, the best managers direct the transition from start to finish. How have leaders managed change successfully?
As corporate purse strings tighten in the post-recession era and the need for ROI is seemingly ever-increasing, it’s not uncommon for workloads to expand without the corresponding increase in talent. And studies are finding that this is simply not good, either for short-term burnout or long-term health.
This dirty half-dozen utterances can undermine staffers’ trust in the process—and in you as a leader. Along with these taboos are alternatives to help foster dialogue and ease the transition.
A little over 100 years ago, in the wake of a bitter labor strike, it is believed that the National Cash Register Company created the first human resources department. Its focus was on compliance, wages, resolution of employee issues and, of particular importance at the time, workplace safety.
Many in human resources look at employee engagement and say, “How do I sell this to my organization as something that is critically important?” We all can quote studies that show engaged organizations increase ROI, limit expenses, and are more innovative; but let’s look at this from a practical standpoint, and say “How critical is building engagement to your organization?”
It's never too late to become the leader who takes your company to the top.
Technology will continue to be a factor, but so will some methods that may surprise you.
The digital age is already upon us, but pundits are predicting that an unprecedented onslaught of automation is imminent.
With Malaysia’s vision to hit a target of 35% skilled workforce, the learning and development of staff is key to ensure sustainability of the business. In this exclusive, we speak to Mohd Irfan Zainal Abidin, head of learning and development, Touch ‘n Go (TNG) on how to engage staff in lifelong learning.
The findings of the Harvey Nash HR survey indicate that while HR is surely playing an active role in helping organizations adapt to the change underway, a lot more needs to be done. How is HR changing? Read here.
Determine the scope of your plan, then evaluate your past pieces. After gathering candid employee feedback, craft your strategy.
A few years back the quote 'Every company is a technology company' made the rounds on social media and in presentations on the workplace, the future of work, and in probably too many TED talks to try and compile.
According to a 2014 PwC Report titled “Project Management: Improving Performance, Reducing Risk”, only 25pc of companies successfully complete all their projects, 57pc of projects fail due to a breakdown in communications, while 39pc fail due to lack of planning and resources.
‘As you sow, so shall you reap’, a popular idiom proves its worth in multi-faceted avenues. It presses best when we experience change management in family-owned businesses in this era of perfect competition. There, the bloodline and their decisions most of the time cost opportunities at the market place and sometimes they do lose valuable talent.