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Knowledge intensive process competencies are lacking

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Every organisation will have knowledge intensive parts of its business, from customer records to the accumulation of management practices, procedures, polices, learning etc. Organisations often strive to understand their knowledge assets and how they may be used either to improve their services or to gain a competitive advantage. As such, organisations try to have their […]

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The role of IT in Human Resources Development (L&D)

Research Briefing

A new paper just published in the Journal of Social Science Studies has shed some light on how information technology (IT) can improve human resources development. Broadly, the research found that IT helps L&D in four different ways. Professional development Institutionalisation of change and innovation Strengthening of cognitive skills and Strengthening decision making skills. The […]

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Salutogenic coaching in times of change

Research Briefing

New research has highlighted the positive benefits of ‘salutogenic coaching’ during an NHS change programme. The link between change and productivity A study just published in the International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring shows how change programmes can have a negative impact on people. The study suggests that change programmes create stress and […]

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