RSM Australia

People and change

The world is in a constant state of flux, and threats in the environment to respond to and opportunities offering themselves regularly. Technology, economics, the environment, innovation, public policy changes, health care and population demographics all challenge the status quo. People and change

The people and change strategies that organisations have in place today have already set a culture for the next few years.  Investing in the right organisation and people strategies are essential in building and maintaining capability and capacity for the future and setting a culture that adapts to an ever changing environment.

This starts with how people think; what kind of approaches are allowed and a focus on mindset/behaviours that are more conducive to change.

Adaptable organisations invest differently; embedding processes and developing capabilities so their people are proactive and equipped to act. Having a great HR function, some change resources and a methodology are simply not enough.

Home office security essentials and tax deductions during COVID-19

Home office security essentials and tax deductions during COVID-19

To minimise the spread of COVID-19, businesses across the globe are hurrying to implement remote working for employees.
26 March 2020

Stress at work – destigmatising mental health issues in the workplace

The importance of destigmatising mental health issues in the workplace.
6 June 2017

Agile Leadership - Three inputs model | Part 3

The last model relies on an environmental form of management to build state change. It is also longer term and rarely instant. Individuals and companies can work on state change by altering any of the three inputs to state.
31 May 2017

Agile Leadership - Jump to state model and reframing your beliefs | Part 2

Jump to state model It is absolutely possible to instantly change your mood (state). Just consider the last time you felt amorous toward a partner, and it turned cold when they started discussing the neighbours, the news or your finances. Instant change.
18 May 2017

Agile Leadership - What it is and the role state management plays | Part 1

A few years ago ‘bespoke’ was the buzzword. Last year it was ‘ramp up’. Nowadays agile is quite the term, but as always with such words, it has a very fuzzy meaning.
28 April 2017

Behavioural Insights - An introduction to 'Nudge' theory

Have you ever looked up as you entered your local supermarket?
6 October 2016

Instinctive leadership - how to improve your management style

Have you ever wondered who you are, where you get your sense of self from? The answer is your unconscious self, and it may surprise you to learn that we’re largely unconscious beings. That all runs well most of the time, and is especially helpful when high speed physical responses are needed.
3 March 2016

Stress and Resilience – Change Management in Organisations

Summer in Australia has just passed, with the New Year being celebrated under our blazing sun. How do you usually experience this time of the year? Some people find it relaxing and wonderful, whilst others have the most stressful time of their lives. These are very different reactions to the same season. Change, whilst normal, brings stress.
22 January 2016

Building Effective Recruitment Functions

The recruitment team should seek out the best candidates and proactively bring them to the organisation. Recruitment is the most important HR function. Unless organisations attract and hire the right talent they cannot hope to achieve their full potential.The recruitment team should seek out the best candidates and proactively bring them to the organisation.
7 January 2016

Rapid and sustained cost reduction

Delivering sustained cost reduction strategies for your organisation through identifying, prioritising and eliminating waste.
21 December 2015

Has your organisation experienced a year of change? If so, how do you think it has fared?

This morning, RSM hosted the Change Management Institute’s Christmas Breakfast at which Dr Robert Holmes, Consultant at RSM in Canberra, spoke on “Stress and resilience: Change management in organisations”.
10 December 2015