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What Is Disrupting Management

What Is Disrupting Management | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

by Jay Deragon

 

“Over the coming decades, these forces will mostly destroy management as we know it.” Gary Hamel

 

Management is in a chaotic state of mind. Demands surround them, markets shift at the click of a mouse, customers expect more, competitors are giving more and employees need more. Managing in the 21st century is about giving more but the management models of the past were designed to control rather than give more.

 

In most organizations 96% of the problems are caused by management’s design of their “system”. The organization’s “systems” represent the flow of work, information, data, interactions and knowledge. If the few (management) are controlling the flow of work, information, data, interactions and knowledge then by default the few are relied on to solve 96% of the problems. Since the attributes of markets in the 21st century are about constant chaotic change it is impossible to expect that the old “management system’s” and the related thinking could solve the majority of today’s problems. If no one is solving repetitive problems then the problems get worse....

 


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Strategic Workforce Planning - What's holding HR back?

Strategic Workforce Planning - What's holding HR back? | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
HR professionals across the globe are increasingly talking about strategic workforce planning (SWP). However, whilst we’re all obviously aspiring to this level of talent management, very few of us are actually doing it.
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Values: The Lifeblood of an Organization

Values: The Lifeblood of an Organization | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Many companies are quick to point out their values when a customer or prospect walks in the door. They are proud of what they stand for. Then there are many other companies who don’t have any forma...
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Business Case for Emotional Intelligence

RT @Zwellint: NINETEEN different cases where emotional intelligence improved a company’s bottom line.
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9 Indicators of Social Business Transformation: Process & Governance

9 Indicators of Social Business Transformation: Process & Governance | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Here are 9 process and governance indicators for social business transformation.
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Report card: Performance management techniques that work - Human Capital TV

Managing staff performance is part of the job for HR - but there are some tried and true ways to perfect this function. We speak to Dawn Tsoubos of CUA, Moira Herber ...
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The Neuroscience of Employee Engagement

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Using the latest findings in neuroscience, webcast explores our understanding of what engagement is, how to measure it and most importantly, how to increase it.

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Workplace Culture Leaders Humanize the Onboarding Process - Forbes

Workplace Culture Leaders Humanize the Onboarding Process - Forbes | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Is formal employee orientation a thing of the past in this everything-social and digital world?

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5 Human Capital Asset Enrichment Strategies for Leaders! | Self ...

Here's a really simple way to think about the ins andouts, the doing and practice or attitudes and behaviors ofbeing a leader. Many times I get asked.

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Interesting Presentation on Netflix Culture

Netflix Culture: Freedom & Responsibility 


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Employee Engagement Infographics

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The 4 Types of #Employee #Engagement | #infographic (RT @socialworkplace: The 4 Types of #Employee #Engagement | #infographic http://t.co/GjHTwSpl...)...
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Create a culture of effective conversations in your workplace - HR Daily Community

Strong, productive workplace relationships rely on people having effective, timely conversations.

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Why Innovative People Fail - Forbes

Why Innovative People Fail - Forbes | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Why Innovative People FailForbesAt Maddock Douglas, the innovation firm he runs, “I went through three assistants because I kept hiring people like me,” he recalls. “It was fun, and we liked each other a lot, but it amplified the dysfunction.

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Why Some Companies Lose Their Best People - And Others Don't

Companies that keep most of their great people, at every level, treat them like valued partners in the business’ success. 


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Who Can Teach Leadership?

Who Can Teach Leadership? | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

Experience is the best teacher, but far from the only one.

 

In my experience best leaders adapt their leadership style to people they manage and fast changes in the economic situation, new technology and markets.

 

I have also observed during my career that if some people can't teach leadership many can't become leaders even with the best teachers.

 


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Edge online - Management - Future of work - Employees 3.0: managing Generation Z

Edge online - Management - Future of work - Employees 3.0: managing Generation Z | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
The connected generation, millenials, digital natives, the net generation – whatever you call them, Generation Z will be making their way into the workforce pretty soon.
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Gen Y’s Resignation Letter to Bosses | Switch and Shift

Gen Y’s Resignation Letter to Bosses | Switch and Shift | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

My favorite thing about your traditional office was when I was done with my work at 2pm, but you made me sit there until 5pm. Or if you were having a good day and I wasn’t afraid to ask, you generously let me leave at 4:45pm. Your flexibility in wasting my time fit the old-school office template to a T.

And lastly, there were blue-jean Fridays. Whoever thought of that should get an award. Wearing jeans on Fridays was a great way to show your appreciation to us for our hard work, and it showed us what a cool company we were!


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Leadership: Workplace Disharmony vs. Diversity | Kate Nasser

Leadership: Workplace Disharmony vs. Diversity | Kate Nasser | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Some leaders see all diversity of thought as harmful & divisive. Others see all peace & harmony as impending failure. The truth lies in 1 distinction.
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Why Remote Workers Are More (Yes, More) Engaged

Why Remote Workers Are More (Yes, More) Engaged | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

by SCOTT EDINGER (HBR)

 

Who is more engaged and more committed to their work and rates their leaders the highest?

 

A. People who work in the office
B. People who work remotely

 

If you picked A, you might be as surprised as the investment firm I worked with recently, which found in reviewing results of a 360-degree feedback process that the answer was, in fact, B.

The team members who were not in the same location with their leaders were more engaged and committed — and rated the same leader higher — than team members sitting right nearby. While the differences were not enormous (a couple of tenths of a point in both categories), they were enough to provoke some interesting speculations as to why this might be happening.

 

It made perfect sense to me, though. Here is why....

 

 


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What the Chief Executive needs to know about social media

What the Chief Executive needs to know about social media | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Below is something I wrote for work. The chief exec is referred to here as she/her because I had our chief exec in mind when I wrote it. If you think I’ve left anything out or disagree with a...

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7 Ways to Excel in a Male-Dominated Workplace - Forbes

7 Ways to Excel in a Male-Dominated Workplace - Forbes | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
When you're a lone woman in the midst of a boys' club, doing well can present some unique challenges. Check out these tips from a veteran of male-dominated workplaces on how to excel just like one of the guys.

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Struggling Against the Invisible Bureaucracy of Organizational Culture | Leader's Beacon

Struggling Against the Invisible Bureaucracy of Organizational Culture | Leader's Beacon | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

Most managers struggle against the flow of overly complex structures and systems and are often frustrated by an invisible force that undermines their attempts to affect positive change. Their instincts tell them that the organization’s culture and people are preventing them from getting the results they want, but “culture” remains one of the least understood aspects of organizational life. Organizational culture often acts like an Invisible Bureaucracy™ that frustrates and undermines effective business performance


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What Is A High Performance Team? « Bruce Mayhew Blog ...

What Is A High Performance Team? « Bruce Mayhew Blog ... | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Investing in a High Performance Team can consistently provide exceptional gains in productivity, increase product / service quality, lower costs, achieve faster time to market as well as improve individual job satisfaction.
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Real Business - Operation Monkey Business: what play can do for your team

Real Business - Operation Monkey Business: what play can do for your team | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Catherine Wilks takes an unusual approach to leadership: play to keep up. Can being casual and playful in the workplace help us to develop ideas?

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Productivity linked to Compassionate Leadership | Serving and Leadership

Productivity linked to Compassionate Leadership | Serving and Leadership | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

A major new business research study by the Australian School of Business has shown a powerful link between productivity and ‘compassionate leadership’.


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