Five Jobs Made More Effective With Change Management

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Human Resources. As the designated “people people” in most organizations, human resources professionals are often seen as responsible for organizational features like culture, employee satisfaction, and employee performance. Jobs that focus on process improvement, such as industrial engineers, Six Sigma Black Belts, and operations managers, are usually redesigning people’s jobs.

Possibility Maximizer: Management Improvement Carnival

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Corporate Universities Should Reflect a Company’s Ideals

Harvard Business Review

Some of GE’s best-known initiatives — WorkOut; CAP; Six Sigma, Lean Six Sigma; Leadership, Innovation, and Growth ; and, more recently, Simplification — took shape at Crotonville. Education General Electric Human resources Leadership development If the number of executives from other companies who have been benchmarking GE’s management-development centers is an indication, interest in creating corporate universities is on the rise.

Put HR Skills on Your Performance Improvement Team

Harvard Business Review

Coco has a unique background because he's not a career HR professional; he started in operations at GE , where he was trained as a Six Sigma Black Belt process improvement expert. If you do Six Sigma in isolation, the work force doesn't have time to implement the changes.". Change management Human resources OperationsIf you picked a dream team to improve the way your organization does business, who would be on it? I know who would be on my team.

GE’s Culture Challenge After Welch and Immelt

Harvard Business Review

Accordingly, Jack Welch’s drive to Six Sigma involved an intense focus on controlling costs, quality, and execution on both the infrastructure and behavioral sides (e.g., Managing organizations Change management Human resource management Organizational culture It’s an established fact that the life cycles of companies and many products have been shrinking.

Promoting the Non-Obvious Candidate

Harvard Business Review

Roles and contexts increasingly call for improvisation as opposed to experience, or resourcefulness as opposed to resources. At GE, we have used “integration leader” (of an acquisition) and Six Sigma Black Belt roles to broaden individuals at the mid-management level so they can better adapt to future opportunities. Human resources Leadership Leadership development

The Most Challenging Leadership Job

Harvard Business Review

Manufacturing leaders can look to Six Sigma and other well-defined processes. Human Resource practice is bound by regulations and case law stipulating what is acceptable and what is not. If I had to single out the leadership job that's hardest to do, I'd say head of sales. And not just because sales brings in the revenue and tends to feel the friction from the external environment first, though both are certainly true.