The ideas, trends, and behaviors that will shape work and workplace in 2030 are already perceptible today. In this study, 220 experts, business leaders and young people from Asia, Europe, and North America shared their views on how these trends will impact business, evolve work practices and continue to revolutionize how, when, and where work happens.
Imagine the last time you were happy and content at work. Hopefully it’s not once in a year type of thing, but let’s imagine it was two days ago when you finally finished a long-lasting project that had been keeping you up all night.
HRmagazine.co.uk Do we need HR? How the function has developed HRmagazine.co.uk There are six performance challenges organisations need to solve: productivity, innovation, customer centricity, lean delivery, global capability and data-driven...
During five years of international HR consulting for a range of organizations, I noticed that companies of all sizes (from small businesses to the global Fortune 100) had something in common: When HR was perceived by others to deliver the most...
"Maximizing personal growth and job satisfaction in the short term will maximize compensation in the long term."
In 1998 I took a snapshot of the hiring process used at most companies. (It was a special camera.) The image shown was drawn in 1998. Does it look familiar to what's going on today? Since things in HR move in slow motion, I’ve decided to take a picture of the hiring landscape 10 years into the future. I’m pretty sure I’ll be retired by then, so I’ll use this post to reminisce about the future that could be.
Talent becomes a business strategy, not just a mission statement. Company leaders will finally realize that if hiring great people is the most important thing hiring managers need to do, they’ll actually be measured on how well they do it.
In its report The Future of Work: A Journey to 2022, PwC drops an intriguing prediction: By 2018, it says, analysts will attend a presentation by a Fortune 500 “Chief Performance Officer,” who combines the HR and Finance functions.
Human-capital issues are top-of-mind for CEOs around the world — but their regard for the HR function remains perilously low: In a PwC study, only 34% said that HR is well prepared to capitalize on transformational trends (compared with 56% for...
What is the impact of technological developments on the future of work? Do robots take all our jobs? It is one of the hottest themes at this moment. Recently, a lot has been written about this subject and many articles on this topic have been published . Bright & Company has collected and bundled a number of relevant articles from international media. For inspiration. For you.
The Korn Ferry Institute recently released a report that looks at the leadership traits of “best-in-class” executives, and the important relationship between Chief Executive Officers and Chief Human Resource Officers.
While conventional wisdom would argue that success comes from being in the right industry, creating economies of scale, being at the forefront of technology, being a low cost provider or assembling extremely talented people; these companies had...
what How employees get their work done has changed remarkably quickly; unsurprisingly HR needs to change, too Anyone who works in a global company doesn’t need to be told that their job has changed enormously in the past few years.
OMGoodness! A recent survey by SuccessFactors, an SAP company, found that 34 percent of executives say “a lack of adequate leadership is among the major impediments to achieving workforce goals.” Another 42 percent say company growth plans are...
Accenture’s 2014 College Graduate Employment Survey compares the expectations and perceptions of 2014’s university graduates with the realities of the working world according to both 2012 and 2013 graduates.
Gary Johnsen's insight:
Good recommendations on recruiting and development changes