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Organising People

Partnerships with people

Organisations ought to consist of people working together in an atmosphere of open co-operation. At first glance there doesn’t seem to be any commonality...

Flexible working patterns at the Audit Commission

Today's working world is dramatically different from that of the past. Charles Handy in his book, The Future of Work (1984), warned that the old patterns...

Using a range of management styles to lead a business

For organisations to develop they require a direction. The people who manage the business provide the direction. Taking responsibility for making decisions and running...

Workforce planning in the global oil and gas environment

Today most people, probably yourself included, have come to expect energy at the touch of a button or the flick of a switch. Until...

Making the labour market work better

The New Deal Unemployment is one of the worst social evils. It saps the self-confidence and motivation of those it affects directly and has knock-on...

Involving employees in meeting corporate objectives

Effective Human Resource Development (HRD) involves matching an organisation's needs with the needs of its employees. For example, an organisation's corporate objectives may include...

Building human resources to provide a foundation for growth

In the modern business world, organisations must deal with rapid change. These include new technologies, e-business, and new and different types of competition. Organisations...

Tarmacs functions working together towards its mission statement

Tarmac was formed in 1903 as TarMacadam Syndicate Limited. The original name came from the developer of the modern road construction system John MacAdam....

Developing a human resource strategy

Tarmac was established in 1903 and is the UK's leading supplier of building materials and aggregates to the building industry. Tarmac is most often associated with...

Workforce planning at British Gas

British Gas is part of the Centrica Group. It is the country”s best recognised energy brand. Centrica is a multinational company, with businesses in...

Managing workforce requirements

ScottishPower currently supplies electricity and gas to over five million homes and businesses in the UK and operates an extensive electricity transmission and distribution...

Meeting business needs through workforce planning

Constant change places demands on organisations. To meet these challenges, organisations need to be dynamic and adaptable. They need to have the right people...

Factors affecting organisational structure

The Forestry Commission has a huge responsibility. It cares for 827,000 hectares of sustainably-managed woods and forests and plants more than 17 million trees...

Using teamwork to build a better workplace

In the business environment, nearly all individuals within an organisation will belong to one or more groups or teams. A team is a set...

Developing appropriate leadership styles

Tesco is a customer-orientated business. It aims to offer products that provide value for money for its customers and to deliver high-quality service. Tesco wants...

Developing responsiveness through organisational structure

UNISON is the UK’s biggest public service trade union. It represents 1.3 million members who deliver essential services to the public. These are services...

Organisational structure in an innovative environment

Founded just 15 years ago, Capco is a leading international provider of consulting, managed services and technology solutions for the financial services industry. With...

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