SAIMAS' 28th Annual Conference
The Southern Africa Institute of Management Services invites you to participate in the 29th Annual Conference of the Institute on:
ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS: MANAGEMENT SERVICES/OD APPROACH – THE SMART OPTION
24 - 26 OCTOBER 2018
Forever Hotel @ Badplaas, Mpumalanga
Organisational Effectiveness is about how effective an organisation is in achieving its goals and objectives. The term is frequently used interchangeably with Organisational Development (OD) and design. Organisational Effectiveness can be achieved through an integrated approach towards key elements such as Strategy, Structure, Capacity & Capability, Leadership, People, Processes, Systems, Culture and Values. These key elements are needed to drive employee engagement in an organisation.
The Management Services / OD approach seeks to integrate organisation efforts to get more engaged employees who will be willing and capable in assisting organisations to achieve their goals and objectives with an integrated approach towards the key elements. It is a known fact that effective organisations have more purpose-driven employees, individuals that feel “I want to” and not “I have to”. The Management Services / OD approach might be the ingredient that organisations need to take them from good to great.
Planned topics will cover subjects such as creating an engaged workforce through coaching, the application of Systems Thinking methodologies, utilising technology to enhance organisational effectiveness, application of MOS (MTM Office System), the development of Standard Operating procedures and case studies of the application of Management Services / OD techniques.
WEDNESDAY, 24 OCTOBER 2018
|15:00 – 16:00||
REGISTRATION – at hotel reception
WELCOMING FUNCTION and "Braai" – Bush Lapa
THURSDAY, 25 OCTOBER 2018
|08:30 – 08:55||
REGISTRATION - Eland conference room
|09:00 – 09:10||
WELCOME AND OPENING
Mrs Ria Loubser, SAIMAS Executive President
|09:10 – 10:00||
KEY NOTE ADDRESS
HOW TO CREATE AN ENGAGED WORKFORCE THROUGH COACHING
Brain science has changed the way we see coaching and mentoring. This new field of neuroscience in business, management and leadership explains why these interventions have not achieved dramatic results. Today by using sophisticated neuro lab equipment, this new approach to coaching and mentoring gives us direct insight into brain functioning improving performance coupled to significant behavioural change. The World Economic Forum has actively promoted neuroscience applications to address conflict caused by disruptive economies. Learn how basic knowledge and eight neuroscience factors can change the way you manage for results.
Dr Denise Björkman, CEO, Neuroscience Business Institute (NBI)
|10:00 – 10:50||
BEING EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT THE SMART WAY
This presentation will unpack the day-to-day challenges of service delivery in the Public Sector and point out a few suggestions for improvement. OD in the Public Sector should implement strategies that enable organs of state to optimally utilise resources in order to fully improve on organizational efficiencies. These strategies should capacitate organizations with the principles and skills on how to work smart with what they have.
Mr Reggie Cele, Deputy Head: Management Services, EThekwini Metropolitan Municipality
|10:50 – 11:10||
|11:10 – 12:00||
WORK MEASUREMENT WITHIN THE SAPS
SAPS work measurement practices and expertise, the utilisation of work measurement with specific reference to the use MOS (MTM Office System)
Mr Jack Makgato, Retired Major General of SAPS
|12:00 – 12:50||
DEVELOPMENT OF EFFECTIVE STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOP’S)
This presentation will discuss the approach for developing SOPs that contribute to effective and efficient service delivery, using the Office of the Chief Justice as a case study (i.e. SOPs for service delivery optimization)
Ms Edzisani E Netshiozwi, Director, Strategy & Service Delivery Planning, Office of the Chief Justice
|12:50 – 14:00||
|14:00 – 14:45||
VALUE IN DEVELOPING A BUSINESS OR SERVICE DELIVERY MODEL FOR AN ORGANISATION
This presentation will focus on the value of a business or service delivery model for an organisation, the business model analysis, the possible mode of delivery and describe how the service will be delivered. It supports management in determining the most suitable operating model to meet the mandate and overall service delivery expectation
Mr Zephrus Molewa, Founder and Managing Director, Global Corporate Leaders Group
|14:45 - 16:00||
CASE STUDY: WORK STUDY AT TIA (TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION AGENCY)
Ms Kefiloe Monageng Head: Funding Management System, TIA
|17:15 – 18:50||
TEAM BUILDING – Rhino hall
DINNER and Networking
FRIDAY, 26 OCTOBER 2018
|08:30 – 10:30||
WORKSHOP - Eland conference room
WORKSHOP: FACILITATION AS A TECHNIQUE TO ACHIEVE ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
This workshop will teach participants the different thought preferences and styles of thinking that link up with the 4 quadrants and 8 dimensions of the brain. It will empower people to recognize the differences in the way people think and in so doing understanding that diverse thought preferences make for a strong team and a resilient organization. We are stronger because we think different.
Mr Lourens Botha, Leadership Coach, Unlimited 4 Life.
|10:30 – 10:45||
|10:45 – 11:45||
|11:45 – 12:00||
CLOSURE AND PRIZE GIVING DRAW
Ria Loubser - SAIMAS Conference Organiser
The organisers reserve the right to cancel or alter the programme without prior notice (money received will be returned).
Fees include VAT, cable car trip and welcoming function on the Wednesday night, lunches on the Thursday and Friday, morning and afternoon teas / coffees and snacks, and interactive drumming and dinner on the Thursday night.
Cancellations cannot be refunded later than 10 working days prior to the conference date. Cancellations prior to 10 days before the conference date will be refunded less a 20% cancellation fee. Substitution of delegates will be permitted. All cancellations must be confirmed in writing.
For delegates, registration fees include conference material, refreshments and lunches, but exclude accommodation and travelling costs.
Closing Registration Fee – from 01/09/2018 - 12/10/2018
- SAIMAS members: R 6 700.00
- Non-members: R 7 450.00
For every group of four (4) from one organisation, the 5th may attend free of charge.
Method of payment:
Circulate this programme to all
your friends, colleagues and
other departments in
SAIMAS Organising Committee
Tel: 079 497 9183
Fax: 086 558 7183
All delegates are responsible for their own accommodation (bed and breakfast only) reservations.
Delegates will be responsible for any additional costs should there be any for special dietary requirements
No VAT is charged and no input tax credit may be claimed.
Confirmation of bookings and map will be provided on reservations
Delegates are personally responsible for the payment of the conference fee
Please contact us at tel. 079 497 9183,
fax. 086 558 7183 or
if you do have any questions.