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April 16th 2010

Organisational development - What's in a Name

Organisational development has a vital role to play in today's competitive, turbulent and constantly changing world in building healthy and productive organisations, argue Linda Holbeche, CIPD Director of Research and Practice, and Mee-Yan Cheung-Judge, a leading thinker on organisational change.

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  • Developing Employees
  • Organisation Development
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April 16th 2010

Definitions of Organisation Development by the Experts

This document contains definitions of organisation development as a discipline from a variety of experts in the field including Richard Beckhard, Warner Burke and Edgar Schein.

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  • Developing Employees
  • Managing Organisations
  • Managing Uncertainty
  • Negotiations
  • Organisation Development
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March 10th 2010

Energy & Resilience Portfolio

This handout by Sue Cruse of GSK was distributed as part of our 'The Resilient Organisation' Event.

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  • Performance Management
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March 10th 2010

Building the Resilient Organisation

Susan David's presentation examines the subject of resilience within an organisation, including a review of the importance of resilience, the emotional dimensions of resilience and the principles of resilience.

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  • Difficult Conversations
  • Performance Management
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March 10th 2010

Building Personal Resilience: Key Concepts & Strategies

Many hundreds of studies show that shadow sides, anxiety, sadness, unwelcome thoughts, and inner critics are part and parcel of being human. What differentiates people with psychological strength is not whether they have these experiences, but rather how they respond to them.

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  • Performance Management
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March 1st 2010

Configuring HR for Tomorrow's Challenges

While summarising an array of surveys indicating that HR still has a reputational problem, this CRF report sets out an agenda to re-position the role of HR as a high achieving function dedicated to organisation effectiveness. It indicates how HR should tackle its own talent challenge to shift HR skill levels and orientation, how it should organise its resources, the way it should work with ‘the line' to manage people, and the priority areas for action.

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  • Organisation Development
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March 1st 2010

Executive Summary: Configuring HR for Tomorrow’s Challenges

This executive summary provides an overview for the full research report on Configuring HR for Tomorrow’s Challenges. This summary indicates how HR should tackle its own talent challenge to shift HR skill levels and orientation, how it should organise its resources, the way it should work with ‘the line' to manage people, and the priority areas for action. This summary aims to provide practical recommendations for industry professionals to implement to help with configuring HR strategy to deliver even more effective business contributions.

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  • Organisation Development
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February 3rd 2010

Employee Engagement & Organisational Performance - post meeting notes

During challenging times the level of employee engagement can spell the difference between organisational success and failure. While engagement scores have held up surprisingly well, thanks to a sharper focus by many employers on morale and skills retention than in previous recessions, challenging times lie ahead.

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  • Conflict
  • Employee Engagement
  • Employee Relations
  • Employee Value Proposition
  • Employee Voice
  • Flexible Working
  • Generational Issues
  • Hiring
  • Organisational Performance
  • Performance Management
  • Strategy
  • Workforce Trends
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February 3rd 2010

Employee Engagement and Organisational Performance

This presentation accompanied our event, Employee Engagement & Organisational Performance.

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  • Employee Engagement
  • Organisational Performance
  • Performance Management
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January 28th 2010

Employee engagement and organisational performance

This research report takes stock of where the concept of employee engagement has got to some 10 years after becoming a popular management concept, and after a couple of years of recession. It analyses what has and hasn't yet been learnt.

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  • Conflict
  • Decision Making
  • Delegation
  • Employee Relations
  • Employee Voice
  • Flexible Working
  • Generational Issues
  • Giving Feedback
  • Leading Teams
  • Managing People
  • Negotiations
  • Performance Management
  • Strategy
  • Workforce Trends
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