organisational design Archives - The HR Landscape
A workflow (job) analysis is the process of identifying what tasks, activities and processes take place in order to achieve outputs. This analysis aims to uncover any inefficiencies, duplication/repetition or barriers in process, function or task to determine how an organisation can be more effective …Read More
Analysts predict more than 1 million Australians will lose their job by November 2020 as result of Covid-19 and subsequent economic shutdowns.
Employers have been given greater powers to exercise workforce cost savings through temporary Award legislation amendments as a result of Covid-19, with employers applying …
This is what some of our delegates had to say about our 2 day pubic training program on ‘Restructuring Organisations- a process of design and change’ :
“A game changer for Board and Managers in terms of organisational design and change management. Thank you! An incredibly invaluable …
Improving performance starts with a good strategy to which structure, jobs, staff, business systems, processes and associated people and culture work practices are aligned. We call this organistional design.
When you know what you need to achieve and why you need to achieve it, then the …
Our Director Kez Tacar will be presenting to students of University of Melbourne’s Masters of Management class this coming Monday. Kez will be sharing her experiences to support students leanings on People and Change (strategy & organisational change).Read More
Prominent, industry leading early education sector organisation engages The HR Landscape in rebuilding the people agendaRead More
THRL was engaged to guide the Authority through an organisational wide change process to improve the performance and capability of the organisation which included the alignment and redesign of internal structure; business systems and culture with the organisations strategic direction to ensure a more integrated delivery model with key stakeholder groups (private and public land owners, local communities and government) and new and improved funding streams from corporate and philanthropic was achievedRead More