Best Practice Reports
IT Outsourcing
IT outsourcing, also known as managed services, is a term used to describe the use of a third party organisation to provide Information Technology (IT) services, and may cover the provision of specific services, such as IT-based disaster recovery systems and procedures, through to the management of an organisation’s entire IT network.
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Performance Management
Performance management is a systematic approach directed towards organisational performance improvement through the alignment of individual performance with organisational goals.
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Work and Life Balance
Work and Life Balance practices are those that help employees juggle their responsibilities at work with those outside of work.
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Employee Development
Employee Development is a strategic investment in the training, development, and growth of talent within an organisation. Employee development is typically provided through internships, job rotation, coaching, mentoring, training courses, and peer group assistance within the work place.
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Managing Innovation
Managing innovation is the development and maintenance of the culture, impetus, and implementation required to create, modify, and or apply processes, goods and/or services using creativity and new ideas within the organisation.
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Ethical Business Practices
The manner in which an organisation approaches its interactions with internal and external stakeholders based on its shared system of moral, social, and behavioural standards, values, goals, priorities, beliefs, symbols, and assumptions.  How a company goes about doing business, what kind or relationships it builds, and what kind of conduct is expected from employees.
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Emotional Intelligence
Emotional Intelligence (EI) may be defined as the ability to process emotional information, particularly as it involves the perception, assimilation, understanding, and management of emotion.
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Succession Planning
A succession plan is a plan that is made to anticipate and prepare for, changes that will or can occur both expectedly and unexpectedly, among the organisation`s key employees.
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On the Job Training
Training or instruction given to individuals in the work setting to assist in developing the skills and knowledge necessary to carry out work.  OJT practices are normally carried out during working hours, involves both formal and informal training initiatives, and is usually conducted by staff who are more experienced in a particular process, skill, or knowledge area. OJT is a very effective method for transferring knowledge and skills within an organisation and can ensure consistency in how work is done. 
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Employee Motivation
An employer's desire to provide the impetus for employees to do their job as efficiently and effectively as possible and to commit to the achievement of the organisations goals and objectives.
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