Keeping Up

Organisational development and change

The combination of a range of proficiencies, such as selection, appraisal, and training, to re-organise an organisation for continued profitability, growth, and change.

Key Tasks

  • Organisational diagnoses for problem areas
  • Business reengineering
  • Change management
  • Team building
  • Surveying employees
  • Exit Interviewing
  • Organisational design
  • Work place redesign
  • Examining the impact of structural changes

NZ Research

  • Kali McKay, Joana R.C. Kuntz & Katharina Näswall (2013). The Effect of Affective Commitment, Communication and Participation on Resistance to Change: The Role of Change Readiness, The New Zealand Journal of Psychology 42(2):857-861
  • Kimbal Fraser & Simon Kemp (2012). Effects of Employee Governance and Operational Control on Psychological Ownership and Perceived Justice , The New Zealand Journal of Psychology 41(3):857-861
  • Caroline Blackmore & J.R.C Kuntz (2011). Antecedents of Job Insecurity in Restructuring Organisations: An Empirical Investigation, The New Zealand Journal of Psychology 41(3):857-861
  • Macky, K., Gardner, D., and Forsyth, S. (2008). Generational Differences at Work: Introduction and Overview, Journal of Managerial Psychology 23(8):857-861
  • Ng, Sik Hung (1993). A Job Satisfaction Scale for Nurses, New Zealand Journal of Psychology,22,(1)
  • Inkson, K. and Paterson, J. (1993). Organisational Behaviour in New Zealand. The New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 22, (1).
  • O'Driscoll, M. and Thomas, D.(1987). Life Experiences and Job Satisfaction Amoung Mobile and Stable Personnel on Large Scale Construction projects. The New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 16, (2).
  • Inkson, K. (1987). Organisational Behaviour: A Review of New Zealand Research. The New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 16, (1).
  • Ng, S.H. and Cram, F. (1986). Complimentiary and Antagonistic Intergroup Differentiations by New Zealand Nurses. The New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 15, (2).
  • Networks


    Other Activities

    • Ask a peer to critically review your work
    • Prepare or review a best practice guideline in the area
    • Aim to read an article regularly and review it for the practical implications for your work
    • Canvas a post graduate University Course to refresh your approach and be exposed to the latest literature