Commentators have observed that every sector of our economy is being disrupted. Prognosticators forecast that disruption is not temporary but is part of the “new normal.” Not surprisingly, we find lots of advice about how to manage this disruption successfully on the web and elsewhere. An evidence-based approach adds to these ideas by linking them to surveys of practices and a close at the outcomes of those practices.
This presentation will begin with a summary of the evidence that disruption is key part of the context we are navigating today. Next, the presentation will summarizes the author’s research into the leadership behaviors, work design practices and work environment factors that are associated with organizational success in disruption. This research will be brought to life with examples of from organizations whose practices reflect the highlighted research findings. At the end of the presentation, the audience will have a
blue print for action that they can adapt to their organizations.Tom Rose, Ph.D., is a psychologist that has occupied HR leadership role and has been consultant to organizations in the for-profit and nonprofit world. During his career, he has regularly published evidence-based articles and a book on the topic of how people and organizations are optimally aligned for business results. Tom started Managing at the Leading Edge to help organizations thrive amid disruption. Tom teaches Human Resources at Brandeis University and is redesigning individual and organizational performance management at Boston University.
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