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HR Outlook Winter 2016-17 CIPD Report

HR Outlook Winter 2016-17 CIPD Report | HR Transformation | Scoop.it

This 39 page PDF report examines the issues facing the HR function and HR professionals, highlighting emerging trends within HR and future challenges.

Andrew Spences insight:

Summary from CIPD

This report has covered a wide range of issues, but there are 6 key insights which we believe HR needs to act on.  We must:

• demonstrate the value of the HR agenda

• use HR data to strengthen evidence-based decision-making

• harness the benefits of technology

• prepare for economic uncertainty (for example globalisation and Brexit)

• adapt to the changing needs and desires of the workforce

• strengthen the capability of people managers.

Ian Berry's curator insight, May 3, 2017 9:48 PM
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HR for Humans: How behavioral economics can reinvent HR

HR for Humans: How behavioral economics can reinvent HR | HR Transformation | Scoop.it
A new generation of talent strategies, rooted in evidence-based HR and behavioral insights, is replacing HR practices centered on outdated ideas of human psychology and organizational design.
Andrew Spences insight:

"People may be the heart of our organizations, but HR practices are often based on outdated ideas of human psychology and organizational design. When it comes to hiring decisions, employee motivation, and helping workers make better choices, behavioral insights and evidence-based practices can drive a new generation of HR strategies."

 

Learn more about the themes of behavioural economics and how they apply to HR :-

 

  1. Play Moneyball (bounded rationality)
  2. Nudge your colleagues (bounded willpower)
  3. Leverage intrinsic motivation (bounded self-interest)
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