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Does your agency hit the target when it comes to strategic human capital planning? Start Complex Adaptive Systems Organizational agility has become and will continue to be a requirement for Federal organizations as external environmental factors e.
This continuous change requires that modern organizations acquire a flexible and responsive approach to managing talent in order to achieve their missions. Reflective of this new understanding of complexity and rapid change, organizational scholars have begun applying complexity science to better understand how best to manage human resources toward organizational outcomes.
Complexity science views organizations as non-linear, open systems where a network of actors cluster toward shared objectives.
These clusters are temporary and contingent, aligning and realigning as actors respond to changes in the external and internal environment. The nodes in this network are key drivers of organizational outcomes and reflect informal as well as formal focal points of resources, insights, influence, and activities.
The lens of complexity science provides a new conceptualization of organizations as self-organizing systems. This new understanding of organizations implies an equivalent new role for Human Resources Management. HR must encourage the behaviors that will achieve organizational goals, while also enabling constant reinvention of the organization as needed to address internal and external environmental changes.
HR itself must constantly flex policies and processes to align with emerging organizational needs. Federal agencies have a long tradition of organizational structures with firm boundaries established by organizational charts and strict internal and external areas of formal authority statutes, regulations, executive orders, policies, interagency working agreements, etc.
Increasingly, however, agencies are recognizing that they, too, exist in a complex adaptive system. Agencies have permeable boundaries that are impacted daily by external factors i. Agencies must now build capacity to manage change, while pursuing optimal performance and mission accomplishment.
To accomplish this, agencies must be agile and responsive with how they manage their organization and human resources. Agencies must enable leaders, managers, and employees to align toward outcomes, while constantly scanning for projected changes and preparing to adapt to new requirements and expectations.
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Dr. Jia Wang received her Ph.D. in Human Resource and Organizational Development from the University of Georgia in She joined the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development at Texas A&M University as an Assistant Professor in The University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) is the state’s public health, law, and human services university devoted to excellence in professional and graduate .
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