Organisational change is a constant for many, driven by a number of different forces including customers, markets and technology. Yet research shows that most change initiatives fail to get their intended outcomes and may even limit an organisation’s potential and its people. The effects of not managing change effectively can be devastating and long lasting, so it’s important that people professionals understand the issues and equip themselves with techniques to support change management initiatives.
CIPD & SHRI joint initiative Internationally Recognised Development Programmes
Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI), in collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), has launched a new initiative to help people professionals in Singapore develop evidence-based techniques to help shape an adaptive workforce and deliver transformational change.
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Organisations across the globe are constantly faced with challenges involving changing business needs, shifting demographics and workforce limitations. An organisation’s capacity to be agile and adaptive will determine its ability to respond and avoid disengaging itself from its workforce.
This learning programme will help you to develop a deeper understanding of how job analysis and redesign is connected to workforce planning, and ensuring you are aligned to the people strategy. Learn and apply tools and techniques on how to enlarge, enrich and engage your workforce. You will also find yourself better equipped to manage stakeholders through the redesign process.
The everchanging global economic conditions brought about by technology, fluid political landscapes, major shifts in demographics and social attitudes, calls for a keener focus towards workforce planning and people strategising in many organisations. The need for the right people, with the right skills, in the right roles, at the right time and at the right cost rings true now more than ever. While globalisation and changes in work practices offers an increased access to talent, it is equally true that organisations are exposed to heightened competition for people resource.