Organisation Design for the 4th Industrial Revolution
Whilst many HR functions have recently improved the management and development of their talent, organisation design has often received less attention. Academics including Dave Ulrich and Ed Lawler have suggested that HR may be placing too much emphasis on talent management at the expense of ensuring talent is working in an effective organisation.
Many organisations are now starting to realise that efforts to improve the capability and engagement of their talent will have limited impact unless the organisational context provides talent with the opportunity to contribute towards business objectives and to use their potential.
We will review techniques, tools and experiences for developing appropriate and effective organisation structures, designing business processes, managing culture change and leveraging organisational knowledge, all in order to ensure that organisations give business leaders the best possible opportunity to implement their business strategies and also provide a conducive environment for employees and teams to maximise their contribution.
The course will also consider how each of the areas of organisation design are currently being influenced by changes in the business environment, workforce requirements and other factors and how these are likely to affect organisations in the future.
The training will also showcase case studies and up-to-date thinking from Asia and around the world.
The course now also contains specific focus on organisation design during and beyond the coronavirus pandemic crisis, for example, using teams to provide an emergency response, developing more distributed ways of organising remote workers, and working in cross-organisational ecosystems to develop more innovative responses and opportunities.
Dedicated 6.5 hours of live virtual training
How You Can Benefit!
• Use organisation design as a key enabler for business success and competitive advantage
• Improve the organisation of the workforce alongside implementing HR processes to improve the qualities of individual employees
• Modernise existing organisation design approaches and architectures to align with digitally transforming businesses and insights on the future of work
• Consider alternative approaches in all areas of organisation design, building on recent changes and developments in organisational forms
• Ensure that structures, processes and organisational culture are aligned with business strategies
• Follow a business process design methodology to ensure business and HR processes are optimised to meet business needs as well as employee expectations
• Design jobs to meet the needs of the business but to also provide a compelling experience for employees
• Apply organisation design tools to help your organisation prepare for the future rather than simply meet business objectives today
Who Should Attend
• Chief human resource officer
• HR director
• Head of organisation design, organization effectiveness, etc
• Agile HR, Lean HR or Digital HR specialist
• HR business partner, or HR professional, wanting to contribute more broadly to organisational effectiveness
• Business process designer wanting a methodology to use in partnering with the business to improve its processes
• HR process designer, HR IT leader or talent management professional, wanting to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of HR and management processes
• Job designer wanting to improve and modernize the way jobs are designed in the organisation
• Business leader, with responsibility for organising people in your own business.
• All other professionals / business stakeholders involved in innovating organization design approaches, processes or systems.
Early BirdRegister by 16 April
Standard Rate17 April onwards
Group Discount: 10% off for Group Registrations of 3 delegates or more