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Building optimally functioning teams that impact on organizational success

This article will look at the impact of a highly effective team on the other components of the organization. It will also look at how every team can best optimise its performance, with a specific look at the different steps a team can employ.

This article seeks to outline the relevance and the impact of a well-functioning team in the success of an organisation. This impact can be seen in the current boom of team building activities for example. Additionally, it is evident in the rise of the categorization of different team types (e.g. the Belbin team types) that make a team more effective in its performance.

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HRM in the 21st Century – Finding, Absorbing and Radiating Light

HRM in the 21st Century

HRM in the 21st Century

On the 26th of February 2016, we hosted the first (hopefully of many) Namibia HR Forum breakfast sessions. We at Capacity Trust have embarked on an effort to GROW our local HR professionals’ capacity as people practitioners through a series of talks and presentations on various topics relevant to the field of human sciences. We hope that through this initiative we will enable and empower our HR fraternity to be the shining light in 2016 and beyond.

In the first HR Forum Breakfast session we had Prof Ian Rothmann form the Optentia Research Unit at NWU share with us the role and relevance of HRM in the 21st Century. 

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