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Organisational development is the systematic approach to improving an employer’s organisational effectiveness, by aligning strategy, employees and processes.
22 Nov 2004
Google, the internet search engine, has been named the ‘World’s Coolest Company’ by the Unshrink network of international business leaders....
15 Nov 2004
The jobs of hundreds of staff and contractors at Barclays are at risk under plans by the bank to restructure...
22 Oct 2004
The number of civil servants grew by more than 12,000 in the year to April 2004, official figures reveal.According to...
5 Oct 2004
Organisational development (OD) is a term increasingly bandied about within companies. The jobs section in this magazine will probably feature...
24 Aug 2004
After several years in decline, global information agency Reuters is at last getting back on track. Global HR director Mark...
22 Jun 2004
Last year, Toyota overtook Ford in terms of vehicle sales - and it says much of the drive behind its success is down to its staff management.
11 May 2004
HR must get to grips with cultural differences if offshore outsourcing is to succeed.
27 Apr 2004
Embracing changes in HR delivery, such as self service and outsourcing, must be handled with extreme caution.
23 Mar 2004
Catering services company Sodexho needed to overhaul its processes to become more commercially focusedThe business Sodexho provides catering and support...
16 Mar 2004
John Seddon argues that command and control cultures are failing organisations and that HR should drive forward new ways of working
24 Feb 2004
Hugh Thompson finds out how entrepreneurs get more out of their staff than some of their bigger corporate rivals
3 Feb 2004
Want to communicate effectively with staff? Try engaging with them.
1 Feb 2004
Roger Evans explains how succession planning and coaching canget the UK's chief executives and their businesses back on course
13 Jan 2004
Who are the greatest HR directors of all time? Scott Beagrie conducts a global search for HR giants, and comes to some intriguing conclusions