Editor’s note: This article looks at the tensions around change and moving from legacy ways of doing HR. this quote sums up the thrust of the piece: “Creating a culture of change and nurturing values like flexibility and ambition is what sets the foundation for innovation. But what we see most often is companies adapting around old systems, instead of completely rethinking leadership and management, or transforming the way they recruit and retain, or the types of roles they create.”
Editor’s note: Unleash is a huge HR technology conference that took place this week in Amsterdam. Here, Nick Shackleton-Jones reviews the event and raises some big questions for HR and L&D.
Editor’s note: It’s interesting to see the effect of removing HR from this organisation. There is a danger that the way the organisation operates is dehumanised. It’s intriguing to see that HR has been removed but there remains a culture team and a learning team. Maybe L&D will co-exist with robots!
Editor’s note: Scary or the saviour of productivity? This article looks at the quantified employee.
Editor’s note: Only 32% of employees use social media for L&D and other stats from recent CIPD research into social media.
Here is Peter Cheese’s keynote to the annual CIPD conference in Manchester.
Editor’s note: Some practical steps to data reporting in HR. Remember: collect what you can usefully analyse.
Editor’s note: Despite the fact the majority of organisations are investing in data analytics tools, this research by Bersin found that only 4% of companies have achieved the capability to perform “predictive analytics” about their workforce.
Editor’s note: Amsterdam plays host to this week’s HR Tech Europe conference, Founder Marc Coleman looks at the HR tech that companies are looking to invest in.
Editor’s note: Thanks @sukhpabial for sharing this. Where to start? Jaw-dropping insights into city culture with insights on status and organisational culture.
Editor’s note: I thought this piece resonated with Donald Taylor’s ideas around moving training out of its ghetto.
Editor’s note: Research by Deloitte looks at what makes a social business and how HR could embed more social approaches to organisational processes.
Editor’s note: A look at how GM is using data to help make the right people-related decisions.
Editor’s note: Bit left field this one but it makes a good point – that social media used as just another communications channel misses the opportunity that this transformational technology brings. A lesson for L&D maybe?
Editor’s note: John Husband re-examines competency models for a networked workforce.