The Role of HR in Planned and Emergent Change: the Same or Different?. Sarah Lewis Jemstone Consultancy. A map of organizational change theory. Planned. Planned change of processes and structures Lewin Default model. Continuous improvement of processes and structures TQM. Systems People.
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Planned change of processes and structures
Continuous improvement of processes and structures
Open space technology
Complex adaptive system
Divide yourselves into four roughly equal groups
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Planned Change or different?
Provide up-to date maps of the organisation
Provide guidance on the limits of flexibility
Provide technical support in drafting JD, making redundancies
Recruit new skills/roles
Update HR processes such as appraisal, competencies to reflect/support new order
Provide advice to managers about getting people onboard with the changes and dealing with resistance
Emergent ChangeThe role of HR in planned and emergent change situations