Tag: organisational transformation

A comprehensive change process has been critical to the transformation of not-for-profit organisation Uniting

Behind the workforce strategy that drove Uniting’s transformation

A comprehensive process comprising neuroscience-based behavioural change management, an agile working methodology and leadership development and coaching have been critical to the transformation of not-for-profit organisation Uniting. A variety of forces led Uniting to implement a new workforce strategy and undertake the organisational transformation, according to its director of people and systems, […]

the responsibility of HR to build a strong business case for interventions to build a change receptive organisation

How HR leaders can help executives become change ready

There are a number of ways HR can help executives develop the courage to change internally, with a view to improving their personal leadership style and positively impacting organisational culture, according to Rose Clements. The most effective approach to internal change is to work at the “human operating system” level […]

The key to organisational change

The traditional “inside-out” and “outside-in” approaches to organisational change are still relevant, but connecting them is the key that unlocks true transformation, writes Dave Hanna “Organisational transformation” is the latest term for moving an organisation to better results. Though the term may be new, the dynamics of making change happen […]