Archive for the ‘Organisational Development’ category

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 […]

Learning to know about organisation design

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November 28th, 2019

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In my last blog post, I considered what actually learning about Organisation Design entails, and where to focus. I began by suggesting a number of principles that might usefully underpin your approach to learning about and how to ‘do’ Organisation Design, and in this post I am going to unpack what learning really means in […]

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 […]

The Future is Now!

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November 27th, 2019

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by Simon Newitt & Cindy Cox Looking at the data from the 2019 Roffey Park Management Agenda one thing leaps out more than any other, and that’s just how day-to-day the most pressing challenges faced by managers and HR leaders across sectors and industry seem to be. Issues of managing workload, boosting morale and balancing […]

So you want to learn about Organisation Design do you? Here are four organisational design principles to get you started…

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October 29th, 2019

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The need to re-structure and change organisations has been around for centuries. Whether it be the odd Roman Emperor rearranging his palaces to fit in a new arena, Kings and Queens purging minions and installing whole new departments of acolytes, right through to football managers, Prime Ministers and Presidents (although given current trends ‘organisation’ is […]