Archive for the ‘Human Resources’ category

Organisation Development and The Future of Work

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January 29th, 2020

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Margaret Wheatley and Myron Rogers (1996)* once wrote that ‘organisation is always an expression of identity’. I happen to agree with this insight. The act of organising is an act of identity formation whether the particular form is that of a corporation, a social movement, or a sports club. And I think this holds true […]

Roffey Park’s PULSE Learning Framework – what it is and why it is important

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December 16th, 2019

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Roffey Park’s PULSE learning framework places our clients and participants at the centre of their learning journey.  PULSE is embedded in our organisational practice which means that from first contact, through programme design and delivery – we will work with you to support your learning journey in a meaningful way. Here we ask our Head […]

Building a workforce of diverse talent

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November 27th, 2019

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Meysam Poorkavoos and Ana Karakusevic What does the future hold for the workplace?  We can’t step into a time machine to find the answer, but we know already that automation and AI will have a huge impact and there is growing disquiet about the skills and capabilities that humans will need in the future. Research […]

Roffey Park Institute partner with Hr NETWORK for three years in continuing quest to discover Scotland’s HR champions

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May 1st, 2019

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Hr NETWORK is extremely proud to announce that Roffey Park Institute, the world-class executive education and research institute, has become the key sponsor for the Hr NETWORK National Awards, for three consecutive years. The partnership, which will run from May 2019 encompassing all the build-up to this years’ awards gala dinner, which takes place on […]

JRI Orthopaedics – Equipping Managers to Lead Innovation

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November 16th, 2018

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The challenge JRI Orthopaedics, based in Sheffield, is world-class in its field. Family run, JRI had a family culture but a command and control management style. As a technical business many leaders were promoted due to their level expertise. In order to leap to the next phase of their own organisational success JRI needed to […]