Integrating Organizational Values With Workplace Performance

Zachery Ryan Beaver (University of North Texas, USA), Rose Baker (University of North Texas, USA) and Carl Binder (The Performance Thinking Network, LLC, USA)
Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 247
EISBN13: 9781799865902|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-3673-5.ch013
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Abstract

With an end goal to build and maintain a new workplace culture to support workplace performance, the central human resources shared services group for a large university initiated a pilot project to improve the performance of their processes, systems, and its human resources. Through the guidance of a performance improvement professional facilitator, the central group consulted various cultural models and change management methods to identify a pilot project. The implementation of a multilevel change methodology for performance improvement was applied to the work performed by the human resources information services (HRIS) group. Using their newly defined mission, vision, and values statements as a guide, the central human resources shared services group piloted one project with the subgroup then moved onto others. This case study focuses on the pilot project within the human resources information services (HRIS) group, the work of the performance improvement facilitator and the group's members, and the outcomes of their efforts.
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