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The hidden value of organizational health—and how to capture it | McKinsey & Company

The hidden value of organizational health—and how to capture it | McKinsey & Company | The future of HR | Scoop.it
New research suggests that the performance payoff from organizational health is unexpectedly large and that companies have four distinct “recipes” for achieving it. A McKinsey Quarterly article.
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Sometimes the only thing worse than having an HR department is not having one

Sometimes the only thing worse than having an HR department is not having one | The future of HR | Scoop.it
Companies pursuing flat management structures and more accountability for employees are deciding to do without a traditional human-resources department, finding other ways to manage hiring, firing and benefits.
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Behaviour Change Program Mind Map

Behaviour Change Program Mind Map | The future of HR | Scoop.it
Great Behaviour Change Mind Map - Marketing for Change

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Mobile and HR - The New Urgency

Mobile and HR - The New Urgency | The future of HR | Scoop.it
There is new urgency in offering HR functionality via mobile devices

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Andrew Spence's curator insight, April 14, 2014 2:45 PM

Good article from Bill Copeland - there is a new urgency in offering HR functionality via mobile.


In the most recent CedarCrestone survey, mobile-enabled process adoption grew 67% since 2012. They reported that the most used mobile-enabled processes are:

•    Payroll
•    Recruiting
•    Performance management


Gary Johnsen's curator insight, April 16, 2014 8:50 AM

Good insight on mobile technology and implications for HR

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25 Statistics on Employee Recognition | Globoforce Blog

25 Statistics on Employee Recognition | Globoforce Blog | The future of HR | Scoop.it
25 great statistics on employee recognition and why it works, from top analysts and researchers.
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HR Magazine - Six 'megatrends' to shape future employment

HR Magazine - Six 'megatrends' to shape future employment | The future of HR | Scoop.it
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HR Should Own Organizational Effectiveness

HR Should Own Organizational Effectiveness | The future of HR | Scoop.it

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.


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Andrew Spence's curator insight, February 20, 2014 1:44 PM

A positive article from Professor Ed Lawler.

According to Lawler's analysis, HR spends less than 15% of its time as a strategic business partner.  One pointer for HR to increase credibility is to focus on Talent where CEOs need help.


In my view, HR knows WHY it needs to change, has a pretty good idea of WHAT the vision should be, but struggles with HOW to get there.  The skills needed to manage HR are different to those needed to Transform HR.

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Where do you want to live in 2025?

Where do you want to live in 2025? | The future of HR | Scoop.it
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Ten talent capitals of the world - four in the Asia-Pacific.

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Hack Work To Combine Peak Performance And Personal Purpose

Hack Work To Combine Peak Performance And Personal Purpose | The future of HR | Scoop.it
Is it any wonder that employee engagement is reported to be at an all time global low while business continues to become increasingly complex?  In an earlier article, Work is Broken; Let's Hack it, one of us described the trends and our understanding of how the future of work is shifting. Yet, [...]
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Achieving Whole System Change

Achieving Whole System Change | The future of HR | Scoop.it
For a system to change it needs to change from within and it must involve all aspect of the system as an integral whole. Organizations are designed to...
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Henry Mintzberg’s Un-MBA Management Program | Poets & Quants for Executives

Henry Mintzberg’s Un-MBA Management Program | Poets & Quants for Executives | The future of HR | Scoop.it
'George W. Bush did a hundred case studies, and look what happened'
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The 'Fifth Age' of Work: How the Cloud Is Changing Your Career - BusinessNewsDaily

The 'Fifth Age' of Work: How the Cloud Is Changing Your Career - BusinessNewsDaily | The future of HR | Scoop.it
BusinessNewsDaily The 'Fifth Age' of Work: How the Cloud Is Changing Your Career BusinessNewsDaily In an email interview with Business News Daily, Jones explained the trends — like co-working, collaborative innovation and design thinking —...
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The Future of Work: A Manifesto — on management — Medium

The Future of Work: A Manifesto — on management — Medium | The future of HR | Scoop.it
This manifesto is about the future of work in a post-­Cluetrain world.
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It’s Time to Rethink Productivity

It’s Time to Rethink Productivity | The future of HR | Scoop.it
Empowering employees and teams to work towards a common purpose, not just quotas or routine expectations, frees everyone from the energy often misspent on micromanagement.
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Four Ways to Adapt to an Aging Workforce

Four Ways to Adapt to an Aging Workforce | The future of HR | Scoop.it
Firms that make these changes have seen improvements in productivity, organizational culture, and the bottom line.
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Trending: Millennials blaze alternative career paths

Trending: Millennials blaze alternative career paths | The future of HR | Scoop.it
There are 80 million members of the millennial generation across the globe, blazing their own path and changing the world.

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Which Messages Go Viral and Which Ones Don't

Which Messages Go Viral and Which Ones Don't | The future of HR | Scoop.it
Brain research reveals the three key factors associated with ideas that spread.
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[Infographic] Leadership Qualities

[Infographic] Leadership Qualities | The future of HR | Scoop.it
We put together an infographic that describes some leadership qualities that can be developed and put in your own "skills" filing cabinet. Text body Click on

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Begoña Iturgaitz's curator insight, March 27, 2014 4:54 PM

Simple but accurate infographic  

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Why communicating change at the wrong time does not work

Why communicating change at the wrong time does not work | The future of HR | Scoop.it
Why communicating change at the wrong time does not work

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HR data and metrics: overhauling your approach

HR data and metrics: overhauling your approach | The future of HR | 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, 2014 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.


Gary Johnsen's curator insight, March 2, 2014 6:41 PM

HR metric development process map

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How GE Gives Leaders Time to Mentor and Reflect

How GE Gives Leaders Time to Mentor and Reflect | The future of HR | Scoop.it
A new "leader in residence" program is central to Crotonville.
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Nice model - building in reflection as part of leadership responsibilities...

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How Serious Are We About Learning?

How Serious Are We About Learning? | The future of HR | Scoop.it
When journalist and book author Daniel Pink tweeted the above image the other day it provoked thinking about what real learning means and what it takes to achieve it. We produce enormous amounts of...
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Scaling or evolving?

Scaling or evolving? | The future of HR | Scoop.it
This post really interests me: Innovation for Development: Scaling Up or Evolving? As they complete some pilot experiments in development work, the authors recognise that this is where they are exp...
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India's New HR Challenge: Managing a Multigenerational Workforce - K@W

India's New HR Challenge: Managing a Multigenerational Workforce - K@W | The future of HR | Scoop.it
As India's workforce grows younger, there is an increasing emphasis on the importance of effectively managing workers from different generations.
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Massive open online forces

Massive open online forces | The future of HR | Scoop.it
UNIVERSITIES have not changed much since students first gathered in Oxford and Bologna in the 11th century. Teaching has been constrained by technology. Until...
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