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What's trending in HR Analytics [1st - 10th Feb]

What's trending in HR Analytics [1st - 10th Feb] | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
An interesting post by Dave Ulrich mentions that the next step in the evolution of HR is "market alignment". It defines the purpose of existence of HR Analytics function which is to look into business related challenges and not just HR related problems. A similar mention in another insightful article by Bersin, "The Geeks arrive in HR - People Analytics is here", not only covers evolution of this function in last 10 years but also highlights the shape it will take in future.
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Our lives in 2025: What the world will be like in 10 years' time

Our lives in 2025: What the world will be like in 10 years' time | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
Our world is being transformed by rapid advances in sciences and technology that are touching every aspect of our lives
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HR Trends and Priorities for 2015, by McLean

Members of the HR and business community shed light on the top HR trends and priorities for 2015. Are you prepared? Your Challenge Despite increased efforts, H…
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How the Agile Approach Drives Innovation

How the Agile Approach Drives Innovation | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
The Agile Approach, also known as Scrum, involves horizontal collaboration across IT teams, with a focus on continuous innovation and adding value directly to the customer.
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How employee measurement is changing, and what this implies

How employee measurement is changing, and what this implies | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
Companies have vast amounts of data about employees, but probably won’t have all information for the decisions they need to make. It’s therefore rare to find that a people analytics project, or even good reporting analysis doesn’t include the need to collect additional data.Over the last 18 months we’ve seen a big shift in how companies, and especially HR departments, are thinking about measurement. The headline would be ‘measure less, more often’.Technology is obviously facilitating, but not ne
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Fons Trompenaars: Diversity is a key ingredient for innovation

Fons Trompenaars: Diversity is a key ingredient for innovation | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
According to culture guru Fons Trompenaars, great leaders know that to innovate you need to embrace diversity.
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Fostering women leaders: A fitness test for your top team | McKinsey & Company

Fostering women leaders: A fitness test for your top team | McKinsey & Company | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
Posing five questions can help start a challenging management conversation. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
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Global unemployment forecast to hit 212m – country by country breakdown

Global unemployment forecast to hit 212m – country by country breakdown | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
Global unemployment is forecast to reach 212m people by 2019, according to the ILO. But the report from the organisation highlights regional differences
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The HR Analytics Value Pyramid (Part 1)

The HR Analytics Value Pyramid (Part 1) | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
With the HR Analytics Value Pyramid, we hope to help you to create added value in your organization with HR Metrics and Analytics.
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Why telecommuting can be dangerous for your company culture

Why telecommuting can be dangerous for your company culture | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
Fast Company inspires a new breed of innovative and creative thought leaders who are actively inventing the future of business.
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Building capabilities for performance | McKinsey & Company

Building capabilities for performance | McKinsey & Company | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
The capabilities that companies need most have evolved, but methods of building those skills have not. Our survey finds that the most effective companies focus on sustaining skills and linking learning to business performance. A McKinsey & Company article.
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Will The "2nd Economy" Really Wipe Out 100 Million Jobs?

Will The "2nd Economy" Really Wipe Out 100 Million Jobs? | The Future of HR | Scoop.it

The second economy may be the biggest economic factor you’ve never heard of.


Brian Arthur’s definition of the second economy is when what was formerly a physical task becomes digital. Imagine for a moment, you want to place an order from a catalog 20 years ago (if you can remember that far back!). You would fill out an order form and put it in the mail, or call the company up on the phone. Either way, someone on the other end would record your order, process your payment, arrange to have your goods pulled from the warehouse, box them up, and ship them.
Now, you go online to place the order, and a computer registers your request, processes your payment, sends the goods request to the warehouse, and — if you’re working with a sophisticated distribution system like Amazon’s — a robot pulls the merchandise, it’s packaged on a conveyor system, and shipped.


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Gender balance and the link to performance | McKinsey & Company

Gender balance and the link to performance | McKinsey & Company | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
The chief executive of global-services company Sodexo, Michel Landel, explains its determination to foster diversity and promote gender equality. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
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Workplaces of the Future to Abandon the Open Plan and Feed Employees with Sky Gardens

Interior showing sky gardens. Organic Grid + / Sean Cassidy & Joe Wilson. Image Courtesy of Metropolis Magazine The winners of Metropolis
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Standing desks are good, but would a standing office be even better?

Standing desks are good, but would a standing office be even better? | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
Science says sitting is terrible for your health. A design team responds by doing away with office seating completely—and elegantly.
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Performance Management Blues

Performance Management Blues | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
By some estimates, there are well over 100 million managers of people in the world. Since the New Year rolled around, many of those managers have been in the midst of their organization's annual performance review cycle. Employees have been or are about to sit through a one-hour performance review, based on their efforts over the past year.A few of them are actually enjoying it.With regards to the robots -- who are coming for our jobs -- will they love performance management too?Forced Performan
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Benchmarks For Employee Stock Based Compensation In SaaS Startups

Benchmarks For Employee Stock Based Compensation In SaaS Startups | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
How much should your startup budget for its employee stock option pool? One way of answering this question is a blanket addition per year, say a 2% renewal. Another way is to look at the cash based cost of the stock based compensation. We’re going to examine the second one today by looking at the basket of 50+ SaaS companies.The chart above shows the average stock-based compensation (SBC) per employee by years since founding across the basket of publicly traded SaaS companies. Each blue dot is a
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The Five Elements Of A 'Simply Irresistible' Organization

The Five Elements Of A 'Simply Irresistible' Organization | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
New Deloitte Global Human Capital Research shows that organizations today must work hard to create a meaningful, humanistic work environment to drive engagement, performance, and a magnetic attraction in the market. And this is good business. The Great Place to Work Institute has published studies which show that the “100 best places to work” outperformed [...]
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10 Thinking Errors That Will Crush Your Mental Strength

10 Thinking Errors That Will Crush Your Mental Strength | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
These thinking errors make it impossible to flex your mental muscle.
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"What I learned about the future by reading 100 science fiction books"

What I Learned About the Future by Reading 100 Science Fiction Books - Better Humans - Medium
Over the past two years I’ve read 100 science fiction books, averaging about one per week. See the full list here, with my favorites.
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What is a Smart Building?

What is a Smart Building? | The Future of HR | Scoop.it
Smart buildings deliver productive building services including, illumination, thermal comfort, air quality, physical security, sanitation at the lowest cost & environmental impact.
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The future of technology disruption in business

The future of technology disruption in business

An in-depth report by the Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by Ricoh, reveals that the need for businesses to change as a result of technology, is largely attributed to; an increase of low cost computing power, storage and bandwidth available via the "cloud. It also recognises that organisations will continue to accumulate increasing volumes of data, from a growing variety of sources at accelerating speeds – with this trend known as “big data”. In addition, the increase of video-based communication, social media and other tools will all become more widespread in business. Interestingly, these technologies already exist and while new technologies are likely to emerge, it will be the new ways that current technologies are applied that will continue to drive radical change to business models.

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