More joy and less costs with your way of thinking and acting at work

Every employee has his or her individual cognitive processes at work.

With new habits, you first have to understand, implement, adapt and automate a new process. This involves very complex diverse workflows or processes.

These are partially discussed in a series of monthly newsletters in HAGER Magazine. More information is available by booking on the HAGER platform.

Today we will briefly look at the cognitive processes at work part 2.

The holistic HAGER approach concerns the synchronisation of the infrastructure level (IT business processes) and the behavioural level (psychological processes) at work. Cognitive processes are psychological processes and concern the behavioural level.

Learning new repetitive/routine processes is the same for almost all people. For almost all people, a certain number of repetitive actions or movements (e.g. new movements when assembling new products on the assembly line) are necessary until a movement is automated.

The cognitive processes involved in learning new procedures are different for each person. Depending on origin, childhood and personality, learning new movements can take different amounts of time. Stressors in work processes and techniques can make learning new movements more difficult.

To synchronise IT and business and psychological processes at work – From HAGER Audit one audit question per process area

What type of person are you, which tasks do you love, which tasks do you prefer to do in the office or from home office?

RPA: Which processes are automated with which software like RPA?

What impact do stressors such as supply chain interruptions, increased supplier prices, etc. have on your business processes ?

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