Role Redesign

Learning ZoneGeneric Skills > Role Redesign

Existing and Emerging Roles in Health Library and Knowledge Services – Resources for Role Redesign

Reports

Redesigning roles: personal and organisational development (NHS Modernisation Agency)

This guide is written for anyone involved in improvement who feels that current roles are restrictive, hinder service improvements or don’t recognise and use the abilities of staff. There are tips and advice for those inexperienced with this sort of improvement, as well as for those with responsibility for workforce planning, staff development and training, recruitment and retention. [Last checked: 7/7/17]

Websites

NHS Employers

Keeps employers up to date with the latest workforce thinking and expert opinion, provides practical advice and information, and generates opportunities to network and share knowledge and best practice. [Last checked: 7/7/17]

Free Management Library

The Library provides free, easy-to-access, online articles to develop yourself, other individuals, groups and organizations (whether the organization is for-profit or nonprofit). [Last checked: 7/7/17]

Job redesign: meaning, process and its advantages

Restructuring the elements including tasks, duties and responsibilities of a specific job in order to make it more encouraging and inspiring for the employees or workers is known as job redesigning. [Last checked: 7/7/17]

Skills for Health: Service and Role redesign

Healthcare providers often face pressure to take action to reshape services and teams to improve quality, clinical effectiveness and address rising demand. Working with Skills for Health can help you identify and assess new cost-effective models for service delivery and explore different workforce options; providing essential support for informing effective commissioning of services. [Last checked: 7/7/17]