Dealing with large-scale change

Large scale change can be likened to the collision of two forces, the first force being the existing environment and the second the planned changes to the environment, the word collision suggests that one or both forces may be slowed down or even stopped due to the impact of the collision. Innovation is forcing organizations…

Employee Relations and Trust

Employee relations drives efficiency and efficiency is the primary objective of any business therefore employee relations is the basis of any economically prosperous business. Equity and voice are labour objectives, the relationship between the employer and the employee is built on the balance of efficiency, voice and equity. Efficiency refers to the effective utilization of…

Talent Management

Identifying, attracting and employing the right talent forms the foundation of the success of an organisation because people are the heartbeat of your business. In order to identify the best talent a clearly defined standard is required, once the standard is set then the mission should be to build your talent pool and leadership should…

Motivation, Engagement and Performance Management

Motivation It is vital to recognize that diversity exists and that different people are motivated by different things. Motivation can be described as the “process that accounts for an individual’s intensity, direction and persistence of effort toward attaining a goal”. There are “several theories of motivation” and in one of those theories which is “Abraham…

Employee relations

Employee relations drives efficiency and efficiency is the primary objective of any business therefore employee relations is the basis of any economically prosperous business. Equity and voice are labour objectives, the relationship between the employer and the employee is built on the balance of efficiency, voice and equity. Efficiency refers to the “effective” utilization of…

Organisational culture

The following is an extract from an assignment and introduces the topic of culture within an organisation; The description of culture varies from organisation to organisation, several different cultures may even exist within a particular organisation (Robbins, S.P, & Judge, T. A., Odendaal, A., & Roodt, 2016). Culture can however be described as three particular…