15 October 2013

Emerging Approaches to Organisation Design

How does one design an organisation? Explore different models and influences shaping the current thinking in OD space.

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11 September 2013

Emerging Approaches to Organisation Design - Interview with Dr. Susan Mohrman, USC

Dr. Susan Morhman (Senior Research Scientist with the Center for Effective Organisations at the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California) highlights the impact of complexity on organisation design and identifies the 'next big thing' on the OD horizon.

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  • Organisation Development & Change
  • HR & Organisation Effectiveness
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7 October 2013

Post Meeting Review Notes - Emerging Approaches to Organisation Design

A summary of CRF’s event on organisation design (OD) with Dr. Susan Mohrman, University of Southern California.

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15 October 2013

Thomson Reuters - Operating Model

Find out how Thomson Reuters’ organisational structure encourages collaboration, engagement and drives performance.

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20 September 2013

Emerging Approaches to Organisation Design

Our research report focuses on the impact of emerging organisation design solutions and how they can help manage complexity and innovation. We specifically focus on organisational agility, performance; team-based work designs; the role of internal and external networks; virtual and network organisations and designing for sustainability.

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  • Organisation Development & Change
  • HR & Organisation Effectiveness
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11 November 2015

Executive Summary: Organisation Agility

This report considers the implications of organisation agility for HR, both in terms of designing agile HR practices and HR‘s role in supporting the organisation to become more agile.

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  • People Strategy
  • HR & Organisation Effectiveness
  • Organisation Development & Change
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