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Human-centric models of management are the key to ongoing success

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23.05.2019

When organisations allow employees to take time from their work to compassionately tend to, and care for, the suffering of colleagues, a number of positive individual and team-based outcomes ensue.

While NSW health and community sector organisations are streamlining human resource management processes, such as recruitment, performance management and workplace training to enhance employee productivity and retention – our research is showing organisational compassion as another pathway.

Ben Farr-Wharton

It supports a trend where many notable corporate organisations are replacing fixed, bureaucratic processes with more agile, human-centric ones. The reason is that, as knowledge work is the key driver of innovation in our economy, and the best capital to deliver knowledge are humans, these kinds of organisations are quickly realising that human-centric models of management are key to ongoing success.

Through a systems management perspective, the very "human"........

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