Requisite Organization is a thorough and detailed management science, researched and applied over 50 years in many organisations throughout the world.
Many users new to Requisite Organization say “This is common sense, but uncommon practice”.
The documents below offer further reading of the theories and concepts embodied in Requisite Organization, as a reference point for attaining a better understanding.
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|History of Requisite Organization
Elliott Jaques and Lord Wilfred Brown collaborated for 17 years carrying out groundbreaking research in achieving the optimum consitions for workplace effectiveness.
Accountability is a liberating, but often misunderstood principle of sound managerial practice. This article provides the essence of managerial accountabilities crucial for managers to move forward to more productive ways of doing business.
|Dr Gerald A. Kraines|
|Culture as an Epiphenomenon
Don’t tackle the culture – tackle what causes the culture!
|Dr Herb Koplowitz|
|Root Causes of Most Organisational Pain
Stop addressing symptoms and trying to fix people. Fix the system!
|Why HR Can’t Get No Respect
A total system business model for Human Resources.
|Michelle Malay Carter|
|The Overlooked Managerial Competency
Moving talent management out of the realm of art and into the predictable world of science.
|Glenn Mehltretter and Michelle Malay Carter|
|Level of Work and Role Complexity
How to make apple-to-apples comparisons of roles in your structure.
|Time Span of Discretion
Understanding complexity of work within a role.
|Capability Assessment Triangle
Understanding the elements of a person’s capability.
Detailed definitions of Requisite Organization terms used in PeopleFit’s Leadership Framework.