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The Time is Now—Reenergising People Practices
Energy in an organisation is often hard to define. But we know when it exists and more importantly, when it doesn’t.
Posted: 03 Jun, 2016, by Mark Busine
Three Signs Your Revenue Growth Strategy Will Fail
Avoid the traps of revenue growth failure and configure your hiring and development systems to ensure your leaders are wired for growth.
Posted: 26 Feb, 2016, by Jill George, Ph.D.
Employing People with Disabilities: Why Should You Care?
Those with disabilities are an essential ingredient to any overall diversity effort.
Posted: 22 Dec, 2015, by Rich Wellins, Ph.D.
Are You Stupider Than You Think?
Studies report that processes for hiring, developing people, and conducting performance management are seriously flawed.
Posted: 18 Dec, 2015, by Diane Bock
Think Like a Writer to Tell Your Analytics Story
When presenting analytics, tell a story. Your audience wants more than an ending; they want characters, conflict, and an engrossing plot.
Posted: 02 Dec, 2015, by Evan Sinar, Ph.D.
Shiny, Bright Objects: Notes from HR Tech 2015
Reflections on today’s HR technologies—and its unintended dangers and consequences. What’s the real impact for organizations?
Posted: 28 Oct, 2015, by Barry Stern, Ph.D.
Emotional Intelligence vs. Artificial Intelligence
Robotisation is going to demand a lot of change from businesses, not just structurally but emotionally.
Posted: 06 Oct, 2015, by Verity Creedy
Innovation to the Rescue
The companies that select, develop, and reward leaders with the right skills are more likely to drive growth through innovation.
Posted: 22 Sep, 2015, by Michael Rafferty
Forced Ranking: A Response to the Amazon Story
What’s wrong with forced ranking? Can you be performance-driven with a human touch? Explore a better approach to manage performance.
Posted: 10 Sep, 2015, by Rich Wellins, Ph.D.
We Embrace the Concept of Diversity Until Confronted by the Reality of It
Most leaders are pro-diversity. However, when confronted by moments of difference, we react in ways that don’t always match our intent.
Posted: 28 Aug, 2015, by Mark Busine
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