Journal of Business & Economic Policy

ISSN 2375-0766 (Print), 2375-0774 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/jbep

The Effectiveness of Implementing 3, 5, 7, Rotations on Healthcare Organizations: A Case Study for Change Management
Dr. Shakir Alsaleh

In year 2008, the Human Resources Management in the World Bank made a special effort to supplement the normal market-driven competitive process with a more corporate to deploying expertise, known as “3, 5, 7,” rotations. By doing so, the Bank places a high premium on staff mobility and the expertise that technical staffs in operations gain by working in different departments and/or regions. This unique and unprecedented policy is considered to be of great value, in increasing the productivity of the employees in all aspects. The primary objectives of such policy are to bolster and more strategically deploy skills and expertise, enhance crossdepartment knowledge transfer and create learning and career development for staff by diversifying their experience. This paper is going to discuss the effectiveness of implementing such policy on healthcare organizations.

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