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If You Love Someone, Let Them Go. Gracefully. | Fistful of Talent

If You Love Someone, Let Them Go. Gracefully. | Fistful of Talent | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

"So, moral of the story: if a rising star decides to leave your organization, your team, YOU, be the best leader you can be."

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Tony Hsieh: 'I Fire Those Who Don't Fit Our Company Culture' [VIDEO]

Tony Hsieh: 'I Fire Those Who Don't Fit Our Company Culture' [VIDEO] | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Tony Hsieh won't hire stellar candidates if they don't fit the Zappos culture--and he fires those who don't inspire it.

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Top Twenty "success factors"| Tom Peters!

This list of "success factors" emerged after-the-fact from an interview with a reporter from Moscow in preparation for a seminar I'm giving in Moscow in mid-November 2012. FYI:


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Engage for Success: How the UK is Tackling Employee Engagement

Engage for Success: How the UK is Tackling Employee Engagement | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
This is a landmark week in the United Kingdom for employee engagement. The Engage for Success initiative has launched – the result of three years of intensive research, collaboration and networking on employee engagement across the UK.

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HR Mag - Hays Global Skills Index 2012: Chronic skills shortage despite high unemployment

HR Mag - Hays Global Skills Index 2012: Chronic skills shortage despite high unemployment | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

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Never Mind The “X Factor”, Does your business have the “E” Factor?

Never Mind The “X Factor”, Does your business have the “E” Factor? | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
What is the mysterious ingredient which makes your business great?
That mysterious elusive quality of “the X Factor” existed before the popular shows.
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No Career Path, No Retention, No Growth

No Career Path, No Retention, No Growth | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

 

"Perhaps our interest in acquiring talent is human nature. We love the thrill of the hunt as well as the chase – it’s exhilarating, and if we catch our prey, we feel rewarded."

 

"Having collected the prize, the thought of owning it, maintaining and nurturing it does not give us the same heady dopamine spike we felt during the hunt. And so it is with retention. Having selected top talent, it becomes hard work to draw out its potential, develop its capabilities further and satisfy it to make it want to stay."

 

"This problem exists everywhere, but multi-nationals operating in high growth markets are feeling the brunt of its effects: high turnover, low commitment, and job-hopping."

 

"How can your organization channel top talent to want to hop around within your own organization? There are 3 questions that must be answered in the affirmative:"

http://www.forbes.com/sites/sylviavorhausersmith/2012/11/12/no-career-path-no-retention/


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Why 1700 CEOs Are Wrong about Social Media | Social Media Today

Why 1700 CEOs Are Wrong about Social Media | Social Media Today | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Social media CEOs eyes are on social IBM asked CEOs all over the world what they believe is going to happen with social media for the next three to five y...

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How do great companies groom talent? - Fortune Management

How do great companies groom talent? - Fortune Management | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
You can’t build a great business without nurturing from within. Meet the firms that are doing it right.

By Richard McGill Murphy, contributor

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HR Magazine - Call for employers to play bigger role in the classroom

HR Magazine - Call for employers to play bigger role in the classroom | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

"According to research published today by the Association of Colleges, 93% of school teachers want pupils to have more access to employers and businesses while in education."


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Today's Methods vs. Tomorrow's Problems - the Future of Leadership Development

Today's Methods vs. Tomorrow's Problems - the Future of Leadership Development | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

The greatest challenge ahead is not a leadership challenge. It's a development challenge, argues CCL's Nick Petrie.


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Boosting Employee Compensation without Raises

Boosting Employee Compensation without Raises | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Money is everyone’s first choice as a reward for a job well done, but for a startup looking to stretch its funds, it’s not always easy to hand out raises that are as generous as you’d like.

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It's the Compassion Narrative, Stupid

It's the Compassion Narrative, Stupid | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Obamacare did not help the President get reelected Tuesday, but exit polls suggest the narrative that Obama cares more may have been the difference between winning and losing.

 

NBC exit polling suggests an answer "On the attribute of whether the president or his GOP rival was 'a candidate who cares about people like me' Obama had a massive lead over Romney." In other words, the candidates were tied on the big issue of the day, but voters were convinced Obama cared more. Advantage Obama.


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Steve's HR Technology - Journal - The Just in Time Workforce

Steve's HR Technology - Journal - The Just in Time Workforce | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Just-in-time or JIT is a concept from manufacturing, more specifically from the discipline of supp...

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Why HR should stand for 'happiness resources'

Why HR should stand for 'happiness resources' | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Happy employees and a culture of 'weirdness' has led to success for green cleaning products company Method...

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» 5 ways to engage staff through social media Dynamic Business

» 5 ways to engage staff through social media Dynamic Business | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
5 ways to engage staff through social media...

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Taking a Mindful Approach to Technology

Taking a Mindful Approach to Technology | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
The South Africans have a beautiful philosophy called Ubuntu, which translates as "I am what I am because of who we all are." This is a perfect way to think about the way a brain develops, influenced by its surrounding people and experiences.

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Getting a Seat at the Talent Management Table – A Case Study ...

Getting a Seat at the Talent Management Table – A Case Study ... | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

Director, Global Talent Management. Does this situation seem familiar? As Director of Global Mobility, your company VP approaches you with a request: “With our plans on expanding into Turkey, we should send Keith over on ...


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Should Executives get 'Rewards for Failure'?

Should Executives get 'Rewards for Failure'? | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

The outcry over BBC director general George Entwistle's exit deal following his resignation on Saturday is the latest controversy about so-called "rewards for failure".

 

The exact circumstances surrounding Mr Entwistle's departure have not been revealed, but it nevertheless raises some general questions about whether it is ever right to pay someone more than the notice pay they are due under their contract.


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The Science of Training and Development in Organizations: What Matters in Practice Research Report

Organizations in the United States alone spend billions on
training each year. These training and development activities
allow organizations to adapt, compete, excel, innovate, produce,
be safe, improve service, and reach goals. Training
has successfully been used to reduce errors in such high-risk
settings as emergency rooms, aviation, and the military. However,
training is also important in more conventional organizations.
These organizations understand that training helps
them to remain competitive by continually educating their
workforce. They understand that investing in their employees
yields greater results. However, training is not as intuitive as it
may seem. There is a science of training that shows that there
is a right way and a wrong way to design, deliver, and implement
a training program.


The research on training clearly shows two things: (a)
training works, and (b) the way training is designed, delivered,
and implemented matters. This article aims to explain
why training is important and how to use training appropriately.
Using the training literature as a guide, we explain what
training is, why it is important, and provide recommendations
for implementing a training program in an organization. In
particular, we argue that training is a systematic process, and
we explain what matters before, during, and after training.
Steps to take at each of these three time periods are listed and
described and are summarized in a checklist for ease of use.


We conclude with a discussion of implications for both
leaders and policymakers and an exploration of issues that
may come up when deciding to implement a training program.
Furthermore, we include key questions that executives and
policymakers should ask about the design, delivery, or implementation of a training program. Finally, we consider future
research that is important in this area, including some still
unanswered questions and room for development in this evolving
field.


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The Fertile Unknown: Creative Solution Finding: The AIIM Process

The Fertile Unknown: Creative Solution Finding: The AIIM Process | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

To use the AIIM process in a sequential manner, you would typically start with analysis then bring in the imagination, then go back and forth between those two until you are ready to implement the solution or vision. After the solution is implemented, you continue modify in real time as you get more information and observe what is working and what is not.


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What is the best measurement for success? Happiness!

What is the best measurement for success? Happiness! | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
How happy are you?How much has your company grossed this quarter?Which question is more important to you? If you are more concerned about the latter, then one suspects the answer to the former is not (What’s the best measurement for success?

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They Built It, but Employees Aren’t Coming

They Built It, but Employees Aren’t Coming | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
According to a survey of large companies in the U.S. and Europe already involved in social initiatives, only 10-20% of their employees are actively involved in social collaboration.
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Why Your Organization Needs a Global Talent Mobility Strategy

Why Your Organization Needs a Global Talent Mobility Strategy | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Companies that are employing a diverse selection of approaches to talent mobility are already well ahead of others that are not.

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Brand ambassadors are created by amazing customer service, not recruited

Brand ambassadors are created by amazing customer service, not recruited | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
» Brand ambassadors are created by amazing customer service, not recruited | Successful communication solutions...

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