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What Makes Collaboration Actually Work in a Company?

What Makes Collaboration Actually Work in a Company? | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it

Bad collaboration is much worse than no collaboration. Kare Anderson delivers a fine overview of recent books and trends emerging within the field of collaboration. 


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Great overview and insights on the subject of Collaboration @ Work. Good Read by Forbes!

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plerudulier's comment, February 3, 2013 11:10 AM
That I'd like to know ... ;-)
Ali Godding's curator insight, February 4, 2013 12:10 PM

I am bookmarking this to read later! 

Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, February 4, 2013 6:44 PM

Good colloboration is integral to success. What will it look like with existing and unrealized digital technology?

 

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How We’ll Really Feel if Robots Take Our Jobs

How We’ll Really Feel if Robots Take Our Jobs | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
It depends on the type of emotion associated with the gig.
Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s insight:

Interesting research on the effect of robot "take over" in the workplace on human emotions by Harvard Business School and Kellogg School of Management. Findings: people feel somewhat more comfortable when robots will replace jobs with more thinking required ("thinking jobs"), than when jobs involved more high-touch involved ("feeling jobs").

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What's in Store for HR in 2015?

What's in Store for HR in 2015? | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
The principal and founder of Bersin by Deloitte shares nine predictions for how HR will redefine the workplace this year.
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Great special article in SHRM HR Magazine this month. Josh Bersin presents 9 pressing HR trends for 2015 (alongside 9 experts). He sees the following trends for the coming year:

 

1. Culture, diversity, engagement and retention will be front-burner issues

2. Performance management will continue to be redesigned

3. More companies will deal with overwhelmed employees

4. Corporate learning will be transformed and will take on more importance

5. Companies will redesign talent acquisition, leveraging network recruiting, brand reach and new technologies

6. Talent mobility and career management strategies will become necessary to compete

7. Leaders will invest in talent analytics and workforce planning

8. Companies will take advantage of new tools in HR technology

9. HR teams will get a new design and a new focus on professional development

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The Yawn Known as HR Gamification | WIRED

The Yawn Known as HR Gamification | WIRED | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
Is it just me or have we all been talking for a long time now about how gamification is going to revolutionize HR functions? While much of the research indicates that more businesses and brands are using gamification to drive greater engagement with consumers than ever before, most folks in HR are just scratching the surface…
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HR: Stop talking. Start moving! Gamification in HR has endless possibilities: new ways of recruitment, new ways of learning and development, new ways of boosting employee engagement. Plus, it will generate lots of handy data that can be used for effectiveness studies (even real-time!). Good Wired piece!

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Flex Time Doesn’t Need to Be an HR Policy - HBR

Flex Time Doesn’t Need to Be an HR Policy - HBR | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it

"Many working dads either do not have access to, or feel comfortable taking, formal types of workplace flexibility owing to stigma and career consequences. "

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HBR article discussing a new report by EY and Working Mother Research Institute on working men and working time flexibility. The survey shows that 77% of the working men have access to some form of working time flexibility. Although, flexibility is arranged in an informal way in most cases, having the possibility to use flexible time has tremendous advantages and positive effects for both workers and employers.

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Smart Machines: The New 'Human' Capital?

Smart Machines: The New 'Human' Capital? | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
The analogy between commodities trading and human capital recruiting is obvious. It seems likely that planning and managing your people will be done more and more by algorithms, not humans.
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Great piece by HR-professor John Boudreau on the impact of technology and robots on human capital and the management of human capital. His suggestion: businesses should look with new and critical eyes to their human capital and work, and decide whether (and which) jobs can and have to be "deconstucted, automated and reconstructed".

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What Are The Most Desired Qualities In A Leader? 5,000+ Employees Speak Out

What Are The Most Desired Qualities In A Leader? 5,000+ Employees Speak Out | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
What Are The Most Desired Qualities In A Leader? 5,000+ Employees Speak Out
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New research by Center for Creative Leadership on Leadership Effectiveness: "Turns out leaders that are participative, team-oriented, charismatic, and humane-oriented get the thumbs up. Those not so important qualities? Bosses that are hierarchical and autonomous."

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The Future of Work – A journey to 2022

The Future of Work – A journey to 2022 | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
What will the future of work look like for businesses, workforces and HR? How will you make sure you are not swept along into 2022?
Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s insight:

Updated trend report by PwC on the Future of Work. I like the prediction of the three worlds of work (orange, green and blue) as different scenarios where companies will be moving to.

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Why Chief Human Resources Officers Make Great CEOs - HBR

Why Chief Human Resources Officers Make Great CEOs - HBR | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
New research recognizes leadership potential that’s waiting to be tapped.
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What Makes Someone an Engaging Leader - HBR

What Makes Someone an Engaging Leader - HBR | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
And how organizations can develop more of them.
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The Transparency Paradox: Why We're Less Productive When We Know Someone's Watching

The Transparency Paradox: Why We're Less Productive When We Know Someone's Watching | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
When employees know the bosses are watching, they put the brakes on productivity and innovation. So are wearables at work doomed?
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The pros and cons of employing a remote workforce | Kelly Services United States

The pros and cons of employing a remote workforce | Kelly Services United States | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
Remote work is on the rise. This article highlights the numbers and offers pros and cons for employers to consider before establishing a virtual workforce.
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The Freelance Economy Still Runs on Word of Mouth - HBR

The Freelance Economy Still Runs on Word of Mouth - HBR | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
It’s as crucial as ever to know the right people.
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Top Human Resources Conferences of 2015

Top Human Resources Conferences of 2015 | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
Here's Adecco's outline of the top 10 human resources conferences in 2015.

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Nice overview by Adecco!

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Andrée Laforge's curator insight, January 8, 4:17 PM

Les tops conférences RH pour 2015 (aux États-Unis)

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The 25 Hottest Skills That Got People Hired in 2014

The 25 Hottest Skills That Got People Hired in 2014 | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
Believe it or not, 2014 is almost over and 2015 is right around the corner. With a new year comes new opportunities, and around this time we at LinkedIn are typically asked the following question: “Who’s getting hired and what are they doing?”

To get to an answer, we analyzed the
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Thanks to the people of Linkedin we now know what was hot in 2014 (in relation to hiring for skills and competences).

 

"A few skills trends stood out to us when we reviewed the results.

 

1. Investing in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)
2. Data. Data everywhere (data storage, retrieval, and analysis)
3. It pays to know a second language
4. Rise of the technical marketer (fueled by digital, online and SEO marketing)"

 

Also, check out the Slideshare (https://www.slideshare.net/linkedin/the-25-hottest-skills-of-2014-on-linkedin) for a overview of the Top 25 skills per nation.

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Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s curator insight, January 26, 11:05 AM

'Statistical Analysis and Data Mining' tops the list of most wanted skills in 2014, according to Linkedin.

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Getting Virtual Teams Right - HBR

Getting Virtual Teams Right - HBR | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
Anna Parini “Virtual” teams—ones made up of people in different physical locations—are on the rise. As companies expand geographically and as telecommuting becomes more common, work groups often span far-flung offices, shared workspaces, private homes, and hotel rooms. When my firm, Ferrazzi Greenlight, recently surveyed 1,700 knowledge workers, 79% reported working always or frequently in […]
Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s insight:

Very neat HBR article from December issue on physically dispersed teams or better 'Virtual Teams'. The author, Keith Ferrazzi, explains how you to effectively create, manage and lead a virtual team. He sees four factors for success: the right team, the right leadership, the right touchpoints, and the right technology.

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Is This the Ultimate Flexible Workplace?

Is This the Ultimate Flexible Workplace? | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
Employers that have a "results-only work environment" hold workers responsible only for defined outcomes, not hours in the office or on the job.
Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s insight:

Cool article about how two HR managers at Best Buy came up with a new and modern way of output-based management (in order to fit the higher need of flexible working), and named it "Results-Only Work Environment" or ROWE.

 

"There is only a defined task and a person or team who completes that task. It is up to the employees to determine how that happens, whether it's from a coffee shop in mid-afternoon or in a closet-sized home office at 3 a.m. If the work gets done, they get paid. If it doesn't, they get fired."



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Rethinking talent management

Rethinking talent management | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
Part I: The rise of contingent talent Posted by Michael Gretczko and John J. Gillen on December 3, 2014. HR’s identity is built around managing the people side of the business — recruiting, hiring,...
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Excellent blog post by Deloitte on the rise of contingent talent cq. flexible workforce. By 2020, contingent workers will be up to 40% of the company's average workforce. Yet, the characteristics of this workforce are changing: "Indications are that the growing use of non-employees to perform an organization’s work is a structural rather than cyclical change." Thus having implications for HR.

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The 10 hot consumer trends of 2015

The 10 hot consumer trends of 2015 | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
Ericsson ConsumerLab has identified some of the most important consumer trends for 2015 and beyond.
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Domestic Robots, Mind Sharing and Smart Citizens among the 10 trends for urban consumers in 2015. "The Future seems closer than ever", according to Ericsson. Great stuff!

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Workers on tap

Workers on tap | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
IN THE early 20th century Henry Ford combined moving assembly lines with mass labour to make building cars much cheaper and quicker—thus turning the automobile...
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Great article by The Economist on the implications for the labor market of the so-called "on-demand economy". In short: "Today a growing group of entrepreneurs is striving to do the same to services, bringing together computer power with freelance workers to supply luxuries that were once reserved for the wealthy." This trend poses new questions for workers, employers and policy makers.


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Charles O’Reilly: Finding a Corporate Culture that Drives Growth

Charles O’Reilly: Finding a Corporate Culture that Drives Growth | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
Adaptive cultures minimize predictability and encourage innovation.
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Shifting Focus to Agile Development

Shifting Focus to Agile Development | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
Moving to an agile approach from learning and development means organizations have to shift their cultures, decision-making processes and overall talent practices.
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The Top 10 Disruptions In HR Technology: Ignore Them At Your Peril

The Top 10 Disruptions In HR Technology: Ignore Them At Your Peril | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
The HR technology landscape, which is now more than a $15 billion market in software, is exploding with growth and innovation.  We are tracking more than 100 new startups in social and referral recruiting, talent analytics, assessment science, online learning, and mid-market core HR systems. New tools to help manage [...]
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Isabelle Mayor's curator insight, December 27, 2014 9:00 AM

Quelles sont les technologies qui vont changer le monde de RH et de la formation ? LMS, apprentissage intégré, postulation en 1 clic et gestion des talents-motivations, tests big five... etc...

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Do Team Games for Employees Really Improve Productivity?

Do Team Games for Employees Really Improve Productivity? | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
Are the vast sums that companies pay to bring workers closer together worth it?
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Wealth without workers, workers without wealth

Wealth without workers, workers without wealth | Human Capital & Business Trends | Scoop.it
TECHNOLOGICAL revolutions are best appreciated from a distance. The great inventions of the 19th century, from electric power to the internal-combustion engine,...
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