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Active sustainable jobs in an innovative labour organisatie - en

  1. 1. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization - Dirk Ameel1 23/04/2013Low strainjobsA stress risksHighLowLowHighHigh strainjobsActive jobsPassive jobsDemands onthe jobRegulationcapacity(autonomy–freedomtodealwith)B learning opportunities & motivationACTIVE – SUSTAINABLE JOBS
  2. 2. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization -Dirk Ameel 2 23/04/2013
  3. 3. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative workorganization - Dirk Ameel 3 23/04/2013The choices in the work organisation determine‘workable’ jobs: How tasks & responsibilities are allocated to jobs Which demands are put on these jobs (jobrequirements) Which resources are available to deal with thesedemands (regulation capacities) = the quality of work‘Workable’ jobs: stress, well-being, learningopportunities, work-family balance
  4. 4. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization -Dirk Ameel 4 23/04/2013 Complete jobs: productive, preparative & supportive Diversified tasks: complexity, on the long & short termperspective Autonomy: ability to solve job demands – ‘regulationcapacity’ Organising tasks: take decisions & solve problems Information: receive info on the results & the entireorganisation.= This change must be carried out by people themselves in aparticipative way = their issue = learning process
  5. 5. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization -Dirk Ameel5 23/04/2013ExecutivetasksPreparativetasksProductivetasksOrganisingtasksSupportivetasksA COMPLETE ROLE /JOB5
  6. 6. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative workorganization - Dirk Ameel 6 23/04/2013 A question of necessity, because of changingenvironmental constraints: a strategy forsurvival:◦ Increasingly diverse and high customer demands.◦ Increasing competition by globalisation.◦ Labour shortage: difficult to attract people and keep them(motivated people with good abilities).◦ Demographic challenges – ageing population: problems of knowledge transfer decreasing adaptability to new tasks & risk◦ Inter-cultural issues: diversity management Create new job opportunities –entrepreneurship.
  7. 7. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative workorganization - Dirk Ameel 7 23/04/2013 Marketing innovation: in order to support the demandfor products & services New products and services: introduction in new ofexisting markets New technology: e.g. informatics, machines New work organisation: linked to introduce newproducts and processes: e.g. organisational structure, content of jobs, mutualcooperation and work methods Work organisation: to achieve ‘good ‘innovation performance’: New technology on its own is not sufficient to remain ‘competitive’. Personnel policy (performance, career, recruitment, availability,motivation, commitment, participation, recognition, etc.) isessential.
  8. 8. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization -Dirk Ameel8 23/04/2013
  9. 9. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovativework organization - Dirk Ameel 923/04/2013Is thisorganisationopen forchange?
  10. 10. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative workorganization - Dirk Ameel 1023/04/2013Changes will be needed in the fields: Human Resources: competence management, careerdevelopment & transitions Reorganisation - redesign of the processes Corporate culture:◦ Change the ‘mindset’ of workforce◦ Create ‘Learning’ organisation◦ Broaden social dialogue Legal framework: mobility, flexibility, …
  11. 11. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative workorganization - Dirk Ameel 11 23/04/2013 Creation of self-directed work teams: groups ofprofessionals share the responsibility for a whole task =increase the resource to deal with the job demands…◦ Plan & regulate◦ Monitor the progress of the task◦ Solve day-to-day problems◦ Improve the process Involve redesign of the primary processes towards flowproduction:◦ from input to output, customer orientated -◦ from ‘regulations’ towards objective-orientation
  12. 12. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative workorganization - Dirk Ameel12 23/04/2013The choices in the work organisation determine ‘workable’jobs: How tasks & responsibilities are allocated to jobs Which demands are put on these jobs (job requirements) Which resources are available to deal with these demands(regulation capacities) = the quality of work‘Workable’ jobs: stress, well-being, learning opportunities,work-family balance
  13. 13. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative workorganization - Dirk Ameel 13 23/04/2013departementmanagerteam-leader team-leader team-leaderteam teamHRMteam teamteam team?
  14. 14. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization -Dirk Ameel 14 23/04/2013 The focus is on grouping tasks from the viewpoint ofcustomer groups or market areas (instead of ‘functional’organisation) Create flows that – as mini-companies – are ‘self-reliant’in taking care of their own activities: self-directed teams Preparative, supportive & regulatory tasks (staff) aredirectly & integrated linked to their respective ‘productive’tasks (supplying to the customer)◦ Staff can focus on innovation of processes, products & services◦ Jobs will acquire different features: qualifications, etc.
  15. 15. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization -Dirk Ameel 15 23/04/2013Customer 1Customer 3Customer 2customer 1customer 2customer 3
  16. 16. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization - Dirk Ameel1623/04/201316INPUT OUTCOMETRANSFORMATIONsysteemgrensEisen: efficiency, effectiviteit,tijd, geld, kwaliteit, etc.actorsperspective environmentrequirements: efficiency, effectiveness,time, resources, quality, sustainability, etc.customers
  17. 17. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization -Dirk Ameel 17 23/04/2013 Each organisational unit or ‘flow’ can concentrate on therelevant group of customers, products, services.◦ Lead times can be reduced◦ The various flows can take their own market rhythm◦ Direct contact with customers: entrepreneurship. The primary process becomes more important. The management’ role: far more creating, promoting,monitoring, horizontal harmonisation & decision-making
  18. 18. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization -Dirk Ameel 18 23/04/2013managementManagement of staffBusiness unit leaders
  19. 19. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization -Dirk Ameel 19 23/04/2013managementManagement of staffSelf-directedteamsBusiness unit leadersProject-orientatedimprovements• strategic centres• knowledge centres• innovationprocessINTEGRATIONof staff
  20. 20. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization- Dirk Ameel20 23/04/2013Ideal organisationconcern corporatestaff(business-) unit teamServicecentresOperational unit:Departments& decentralised staffSelf-directedteams
  21. 21. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization - Dirk Ameel21 23/04/2013People:HRculturestructuresystemsleadership & focus on primary processmission, vision, strategy, objectivesOrganisational performancedevelopdesignComplete approach: (re)design,,develop,,improve continuously and focus on integration21innovationattractivenessperformanceresults
  22. 22. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization -Dirk Ameel 22 23/04/2013 Reduction of organisational complexity by streamlining theprimary process:◦ Grouping together activities in the customer order flow◦ Form organisational units Increasing local regulation capacity via self-management Integrated management by decentralised, co-operative‘enterprises’. Horizontal co-ordination & decision-making
  23. 23. Active & Sustainable Jobs in a new innovative work organization -Dirk Ameel 23 23/04/2013 A self-managing team is the smallest organisational unit. Leadership roles fulfilled by various professionals Working units guided on the basis of jointly agreedperformance standards A minimum of procedures, drawn up by the P&MS involvedthemselves. Information provision supports the self-regulationcapacity.

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