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HR data and metrics: overhauling your approach

HR data and metrics: overhauling your approach | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
Nick Kemsley shows the kind of top-level process he takes organisations through when working with them on their data and metrics approaches...

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Andrew Spence's curator insight, February 27, 9:39 AM

There is a lot of fluffy nonsense written about "big data".

What HR needs is a simple guide to delivering value quickly. Nick Kemsley of Henley Business School has written a useful starting point, and this is part of a 4 part series on HR Data and Metrics.


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It’s Time to Retool HR, Not Split It

It’s Time to Retool HR, Not Split It | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
Let’s be clear. Ram Charan’s recommendation is wrong.
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John Boudreau's response to splitting HR

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Performance Management: We Won’t Fix the Problem by Ignoring It

Performance Management: We Won’t Fix the Problem by Ignoring It | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
When I ask business leaders in large companies what they want from performance management systems, the answer usually includes “identify the top performers in the company.” To meet this goal, a performance management system must provide some way...
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Good overview on the state of performance management and rating vs. development uses

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Splitting HR? No, It’s About Infusing It With an Operational Mindset

Splitting HR? No, It’s About Infusing It With an Operational Mindset | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
Here we go again.
In the July-August 2014 Harvard Business Review, author Ram Charan writes that It’s Time to Split HR.
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10 trends reshaping the future of HR

10 trends reshaping the future of HR | HR Strategy | Scoop.it

The workforce environment is constantly changing but what impact will it have on the HR department? Yes. This post offers some guidance.


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Interesting ideas about what is driving the need to change HR's focus

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The Secret To Creativity, Intelligence, and Scientific Thinking #HRockstars

The Secret To Creativity, Intelligence, and Scientific Thinking #HRockstars | HR Strategy | Scoop.it

Research shows that creativity and intelligence are linked with the physical connections in our brains. Here's how to connect the dots.


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Some good practical advice on connecting the dots and becoming wise.

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Prepare for a Successful HR SaaS Transformation

Prepare for a Successful HR SaaS Transformation | HR Strategy | Scoop.it

"You’ve done the hard work: selected your new software as a service (SaaS) platform, signed the contract and even begun the configuration work. You’re ready to enter the brave new world of fully integrated data, intuitive self-service and automatic functionality updates, but that voice in your head keeps asking, “What am I missing?”


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Andrew Spence's curator insight, July 15, 4:15 AM

Good post from Deb Card at ISG.

All the components are essential, however #4 & #5 stand out, and of course are inter-related.

4. Prepare for significant standardization and process redesign.

    SaaS systems cannot be customised.  So you will have to change     your current HR processes to fit the system.  This is a great  

    opportunity to work out what the business really needs from HR. 

5. Engage all stakeholders for successful change management. 

   See #4 above.  you will change the way people work, so need to

    plan this carefully.

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Employee engagement for a brave new HR world - Business Reporter

Employee engagement for a brave new HR world - Business Reporter | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
Business Reporter Employee engagement for a brave new HR world Business Reporter Annabel Jones, HR Director at ADP UK, explains the engagement challenges facing HR: “It is crucial that organisations understand what engages and motivates their...
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What did Dave Ulrich ever do for us? - Orion Partners

What did Dave Ulrich ever do for us? - Orion Partners | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
The impact of 18 years of the Ulrich model on HR – Orion’s 2014 research programme results

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Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s curator insight, July 9, 8:26 AM

The impact of 18 years of the Ulrich model on HR. Great research findings by Orion Partners! (see also http://www.orion-partners.com/study-ulrich-comes-age/ for the full report)

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War for talent – time to change direction | KPMG | GLOBAL

War for talent – time to change direction | KPMG | GLOBAL | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
In a recent global survey most respondents agreed there is a new war for talent, and this war is different than in the past

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Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s curator insight, June 26, 4:43 AM

New survey by KPMG on the War for Talent. Cited from the press release:

 

* Skills shortages are set to increase as globalization and competitive pressures take hold across sectors and industries and improving economic conditions spur employees to seek new jobs.

 

* Two-thirds of survey respondents say it is more important to address the talent needs of all employees, in the context of the business and its strategy.

 

* Just over half agree or strongly agree that pursuing high potential talent at the team’s expense puts the business at risk.

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The 5 Kinds of Fatigued Employees – and How to Help Re-engage Them

The 5 Kinds of Fatigued Employees – and How to Help Re-engage Them | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
I had the opportunity to present at SHRM in Orlando this week.
I was gratified to have a full session at the 7 am early-bird spot on Tuesday.
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How to engage employees

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How Will We Pay With Open Salaries and No Performance Reviews?

How Will We Pay With Open Salaries and No Performance Reviews? | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
There are a number of movements afoot in the world of work that promise to impact the way we pay people. Two in particular may well converge to provide the final straw that breaks the back of merit pay.
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Open salaries movement and pay without salary matrix

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One in three companies planning changes to HR structure - HRreview

One in three companies planning changes to HR structure - HRreview | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
The 2014 HR Service Delivery and Technology Survey, a global survey of 1,048 companies, found that one in three respondents (33%) plan to increase HR technology budgets this year by up to 20% or more compared with ...
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HR is changing

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Proprietary Metrics — the Next Big Thing in Talent Management - ERE.net

Proprietary Metrics — the Next Big Thing in Talent Management - ERE.net | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
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HR Should Own Organizational Effectiveness

HR Should Own Organizational Effectiveness | HR Strategy | Scoop.it

HR should own Organisational Effectiveness, however, Ed Lawler's research suggests that HR rarely plays a major role in the development and implementation of business strategies.


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Andrew Spence's curator insight, August 8, 3:18 AM

"What should the role of HR be in a corporation? It many respects, the answer is obvious and simple. It should take primary responsibility for providing input, advice, direction, and execution with respect to organization effectiveness."


I have always agreed with the statement above, however not sure that everyone believes it.


What do you think ?

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Do Not Split HR – At Least Not Ram Charan's Way

Do Not Split HR – At Least Not Ram Charan's Way | HR Strategy | Scoop.it

Professor Dave Ulrich responds to the suggestion that HR should be split into two groups - It needs more than a simple structural fix.

From HBR Blog Network


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Andrew Spence's curator insight, July 31, 1:54 PM

I agree that "The structure of the HR department should be tied to the business structure".


Over the years, HR has made the mistake of moving to a recommended new structure (whether HR is in 3,4 or 5 groups) without doing the necessary groundwork.


Rather than move to a new destination and structure, HR should embark on a journey that asks


"What will the business need from HR in the future ?" and


"What capabilities (skills, systems, processes, governance) will HR need to deliver this?"


Start this journey with an open mind, create a compelling vision of HR for your business, a robust plan to get there & the problem of the 'middle 60%' will be solved along the way.


Should HR be split up? Interesting question, yet ultimately a distracting debate for HR.

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What It Will Take to Fix HR

What It Will Take to Fix HR | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
The CHRO role is where the CFO role was 30 years ago.

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Good discussion on the future and place of HR in business

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Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s curator insight, July 30, 4:22 PM

Great reply by two experts from Deloitte on the provoking HBR article earlier this month of Ram Charan (http://hbr.org/2014/07/its-time-to-split-hr/ar/1). He argued that HR should bee split into two parts: administration and talent strategy.

 

According to the authors from Deloitte, a better solution is to recalibrate the role of the CHRO and make a shift within HR, because "he solution resides in CHROs and the teams that support them":

- Focus most on where strategic value is created

- Recalibrate and reskill HR to ensure its relevancy

- Bring on the quants

- Rethink the division of labor

Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s curator insight, July 30, 4:25 PM

Part of interesting HBR blog article by two Deloitte experts, in reaction to Ram Charan's HBR article earlier this month to split up HR.

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Creating a Great Place to work- Implications for Leaders #HRockstars

Creating a Great Place to work- Implications for Leaders #HRockstars | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
Every year the Great Place to Work institute examines the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For. This year they asked top executives from each company to share their insights of what makes their c...

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Good description of a good company culture

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Johann Gauthier's curator insight, May 4, 5:15 PM

Great post from Tal Shnall. I loved this report, wasn't aware of it. Great places to work instil pride and recognition in each individual, for sure! Thank you my friend!

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Three Questions that will change your life forever! from @TShnall #HRockstars

Three Questions that will change your life forever! from @TShnall #HRockstars | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
A great question is like a master key that can open multiple doors.  A question not asked is a lost opportunity to find out a hidden path to a successful journey in your life. I remember in my earl...

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Great questions to ponder and start your day

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Johann Gauthier's curator insight, July 16, 10:11 PM

My dear friend Tal Shnall delivers one of his epic post right here, right now! Tal is opening a very inspiring space with all of us by focussing on the importance of coaching these days. Here he takes us on a path of greatness... by allowing leaders to focus on key fundamental questions to unleash abundance...

I thank you Tal for your bliss, commitment and passion to allow us, leaders, to be our best, daily.

Tal is leading the #HRockstars as Co-CEO. To join the tribe:

https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/111166240740728636143

Warm blessings dear friend, you deserve #NothingButExcellence

Your friend,

Johann

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What’s in the Way of Executives Engaging Their Human Capital?

What’s in the Way of Executives Engaging Their Human Capital? | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
The Conference Board CEO Challenge 2014 found that CEOs, presidents, and chairmen from more than 1,000 companies worldwide named “human capital” — developing, engaging, managing, and retaining talent — as their leading challenge.
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2014 HR Service Delivery and Technology Survey Results

2014 HR Service Delivery and Technology Survey Results | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
Towers Watson's 2014 HR Service Delivery and Technology Survey, our 17th annual survey, closed with 1,048 respondents from across 45 countries having participated.

Downloadable PDF report (4 pages) 


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New service delivery report

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Andrew Spence's curator insight, July 6, 11:23 AM

The report shows that in 2014/5 initiatives will address HR function and organisation capabilities including :-

  • 55% are rebuilding HR processes
  • 49% improving managers
  • 31% refocusing the role HRBPs 
  • 36% Leveraging ESS/MSS 
3 of the top 4 initiatives are internally focused to ensure the HR Operating Model is effective.  This makes sense to ensure maximum benefits from any new investment in new HR SaaS technology
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The Talent Management Software Market Surges Ahead

The Talent Management Software Market Surges Ahead | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
The market for corporate talent management software continues to surge forward. Our new research shows that this exciting market grew by 17% last year and is now over $5 billion in size. Why? Companies have now realized that "talent optimization" is key to their business success. And without integrated software to [...]
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State of the state on HR technology

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HR management: The (new) rules of engagement - The Express Tribune

HR management: The (new) rules of engagement - The Express Tribune | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
The Express Tribune
HR management: The (new) rules of engagement
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HR professionals formulate strategies to retain and engage employees by offering them lucrative salaries and benefits.
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Interesting trends about what managers look for in potential employees

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Partnering for performance: the CFO and HR - BusinessWorld Online Edition

Partnering for performance: the CFO and HR - BusinessWorld Online Edition | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
Partnering for performance: the CFO and HR BusinessWorld Online Edition Beyond traditional indicators such as retention rates and work force expenses, strong collaborators also track strategic metrics such as employee productivity and the return on...
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CFO and CHRO joining forces and partnering

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Ignite HR 2014: How Do You Know It’s “Change?”

Ignite HR 2014: How Do You Know It’s “Change?” | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
I’m surprised more events haven’t embraced the Ignite HR format.
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Financial Snapshot: 3 Metrics With Insight Into Talent’s Impact

Financial Snapshot: 3 Metrics With Insight Into Talent’s Impact | HR Strategy | Scoop.it
First of two parts In a world where it’s easy to get a “snapshot assessment” of your personal physical health or your organization’s financial or IT security effectiveness, what could be more valuable than an easy-to-conduct executive level...
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Financial metrics to measure talent impact

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