How to Design a People-Driven Workplace Transformation Plan

5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) Workplace transformation has not only become common in recent years, it has become an imperative for any company that wants to stay relevant and successful in today’s uncertain times. Today’s economy is volatile, after all, and many organizations have adapted by transforming workplaces, upskilling workforces, restructuring, and redefining

Rationalization vs. Reorganization: Key Differences

5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) What does rationalization mean in a business context? The term “rationalization” is often used to refer to the act of “logically explaining a decision.” A manager who chooses to terminate an employee, for instance, will justify – or rationalize – that decision with a logical explanation. Another usage

Reorganization vs. Transformation vs. Other Types of Change

5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) Reorganization vs. transformation – what is the difference between these two terms? Both concepts are related to organization change, but each has its own implications and meanings.  Understanding that difference is useful for anyone involved in an organizational change project of any nature. But knowing the difference is

The 6 Pillars of Organizational and Workforce Adaptability

5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) Adaptability, agility, and resilience have become mantras for many organizations in the wake of COVID-19. The ability to survive and stay solvent drove many companies to adopt agile methods, implement large-scale organizational changes, restructure their existing operations, and more. While the global economy appears to be on a

How to Create a Reorganization Plan in 4 Simple Steps

5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) What is a reorganization plan and how are they structured? In this post, we’ll explore the difference between a business reorganization plan and other related business change plans, such as organizational restructuring and business transformation.  After that, we’ll examine a few tips and considerations to keep in mind

5 Reasons to Use Agile Methods in HR

5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) Applied to employee-centered disciplines such as HR and employee experience management, agile methods can generate significant benefits for both employees and employers. At first glance, agile methods may not to seem very applicable to such business disciplines. After all, many employees will stay with a company for years,