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Work design for the competent organization

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Published by Quorum Books in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Work design.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementFelix Frei ... [et al.] ; foreword by Ray Marshall.
    ContributionsFrei, Felix.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsT60.8 .W67 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 338 p. :
    Number of Pages338
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1730502M
    ISBN 10089930589X
    LC Control Number92034947

    various dimensions of culture in your organization. 2. Make a commitment to develop an understanding of the various cultural groups within communities served by your agency. 3. Include culture and cultural competence principles in the strategic planning, policy development, program design, and service delivery process. Increase the organizationalFile Size: 17KB. Cultural competence at the broadest level of the organization influences cultural competence at the staff level and ultimately at the level of program design, implementation, and evaluation.2 The culturally competent model integrates three dimensions commonly discussed in the research literature.

    What this organization is trying to achieve is to build work teams that have the specific competencies and skills needed to get the special project done, regardless of what department or job function an individual is from. There are a number of benefits to this approach. First-off, the organization is really giving their employees the. Design Principles of a Competency Framework A competency framework defines the knowledge, skills, and attributes needed for people within an organization. Each individual role will have its own set of competencies needed to perform the job effectively.

    Work / Rest Schedules: Job design offers good work and rest schedule by clearly defining the number of hours an individual has to spend in his/her job. Adjustments: A good job designs allows for adjustments for physically demanding jobs by minimising the energy spent doing the job and by aligning the manpower requirements for the same. The process of building a job description includes preparing a work-flow analysis, job design and job -flow is the way work is organized to meet the company’s business -flow analysis is the process where work moves from the customer’s initiation to the organization and then out of it as a ready service or product.


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Both a conceptual and a practical tool, this book is an important resource for executives, consultants, union leaders and human resource development scholars in search of ways to create competent organizations while protecting and enhancing employees' standard of living and quality of work by: 9.

Work design for the competent organization. [Felix Frei;] -- The vital importance of the improved utilization and development of employee competence as part of a comprehensive strategy to improve the competitiveness of American business and industry is.

Work Design for the Competent Organization is an important contribution to our understanding of high performance organizations, which in turn have become necessary for those societies and organizations that wish to improve the material and non-material welfare of their participants. Books shelved as organizational-design: Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human Consciousness by.

achieve good design of work and work processes. Each is general in nature so they can be successfully applied to any workplace, business or industry. The ten principles for good work design are structured into three sections: 1.

Why good work design is important 2. What should be considered in good work design, and 3. How good work is designed. (As an interlude I got lost for a short while on Dilbert cartoons on the topic of competence which was amusing but non-productive) Then I re-read Alan Meyer's useful article on Emerging Assumptions About Organization Design, Knowledge And Action.

In it he has a table with two columns; established assumptions about organisation designs and. changes in an organization’s structure that support the strategy. –Certain structural designs work best with different organizational strategies. •The organic structure works well for organizations pursuing meaningful and unique innovations.

•The mechanistic organization works best for companies wanting to tightly control costs. 10 - 26File Size: KB. An organization may choose to run its business in a functional manner, or could have a product-oriented approach.

However, as long as it has a clear mission statement, the managers must try to build a framework where clear flow of communication is made possible.

Organization Design. Fig 1 Three groups of competencies. The various types of competencies are described below. Accountability – This competency demonstrates dependability in all aspects of own work and takes responsibility for own words and actions and can be relied upon consistently.

Adaptability – Adaptability consists of maintaining effectiveness when experiencing major changes in work tasks or the work. This book summarizes my unique approach to making high-performance organizations and the leadership required to do so.

It is dedicated to those courageous and committed chief executives who volunteered to undergo the stresses and anguish of making great things happen.5/5(4). Part of the reason why design is a neglected dimension of leadership: little credit goes to the designer. The functions of design are rarely visible; they take place behind the scenes.

The consequences that appear today are the result of work done long in the past, and work. The Competent Organization is about how the chief executive—along with everyone else directly involved—needs to think about transforming an “okay” organization into a fully competent one.

Everyone would like to have a more competent organization. There is a lot of fairy dust out there about how to accomplish that the easy g: Work design. The Competent Organization Why Lee’s books are different 5.

The Competent Organization THINK “Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably the 31 The Competent Organization. Attracting and Retaining Competence • NEVER interview for a role without having the role description.

Blitz’s design for the square-foot Southern California headquarters and retail space of ABP Capital + C3bank is an exploration of dualities. Read More Products Design professionals and construction contractors must provide better communication with each other and with the owner in project implementation.

Back to top References. Barrie, Donald S. and Boyd C. Paulson, Jr., Professional Construction Management, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 2nd Ed., BCG’s Approach to Organization Design: Smart Design for Performance. We focus on shaping employee behavior: the underlying driver of a company’s performance.

The Smart Design for Performance approach uses a wide variety of organizational levers (see graphics below) in combination and creates a conducive and engaging context for employees so. The book goes into depth about the fifth discipline in particular – system thinking. The system must be looked at as a whole and the team must work towards a common goal or vision with an understanding on how to complement each other’s abilities.

The concept will stimulate ideas for communicating with colleagues as well as your own : Carmen Sakurai. Book Description - ISBN (29 Pages) This free eBook provides a practical guide to assessing and developing the competencies of your team members, a key management skill that adds value to the whole organization.

Chapter 1 - Competency Development Process Competencies are distinct from g: Work design. They help employees identify the behavioural standards of an organization and improve job satisfaction.

Managers can easily identify the need for development in the performance of their team members based on their fulfillment of the competency. Competencies promote improved operational efficiency in the organization.

The Modern Firm by John Roberts is the best I've found: The Modern Firm: Organizational Design for Performance and Growth: John Roberts: : Books.

courses; (c) planned changes of tasks or work organization through different types of measures (e.g. job development, job rotation, team organization) with the objective of furthering informal learning in work.

Competence development can thus refer to one or more of these measures. These measures may be .Now that you have a vision of professional success, the next step is to “translate” it into the most important skills you will need to make that vision a reality.Cultural Competence.

The awareness, knowledge, and skills needed to work with others who are culturally different from self in meaningful, relevant, and productive ways.

The ability to work effectively across cultures in a way that acknowledges and respects the culture of the person or organization .