Using the right technology for the right purpose can dramatically improve financial returns, and updating or upgrading your technology can yield great benefits. But it’s not just IT that needs to be involved in major tech upgrades; it's HR as well.
If there is one constant in the universe, it is change. And, we might add, it is never easy. Part of the difficulty is that most of your workforce lives in the past or present; in other words, they’re anchored by a long tradition, held back from making major changes easily or quickly.
Change happens, necessarily so. But getting your employees onboard can pose a serios challenge. HR plays a key role in making organizational changes gracefully and efficiently, as it aligns management, workplace practices, culture and employee behavior. Here are four tips for successfully managing change.
The rate of change in business today seems to be accelerating. No one can stand still if they want to survive. Any organization that opts for stagnation will be passed by competitors who are innovating and improving. As we all know, technology has made it easy to “implement” changes.