HR Needs to Adopt New Technologies Faster

There are lots of new approaches to traditional HR problems and issues, but few HR functions are actively embracing or even really investigating their use. HR leaders may be concerned about the legal implications of some of these practices, and the law is unclear about...

Read more...

HR, It’s Time for Your Performance Review

Organisational performance is Marc Effron’s sweet spot, having spent the better part of his career helping some of the world’s largest and most successful companies build better talent strategies to improve business outcomes. With such a deep understanding of the contributing factors to an...

Read more...

Not Rocket Science

With the plethora of data available today to HR to formulate predictive workforce metrics, why do business leaders still believe the quality of business information emanating from HR fails to meet their needs? Nick Sutcliffe takes a realistic look at what HR data is and...

Read more...

Mastering the Art and Science of HR

HR suffers from a long history of self-critical introspection, and it’s time for the function to come into its own as a contributing member of the C-suite, capable of influencing a company’s overall business strategy. That’s the belief of Jim Nolan, Director of Business...

Read more...

Build an engagement strategy, not just a survey

Stacey, do you think current engagement measures miss the mark? For today’s workplace, I’d have to say, yes. Traditional engagement surveys have focused on delivering a series of survey questions once or twice a year, and the survey itself has typically been anonymous.

Read more...

The Performance Equation with Michael Vogt

Do you believe there is a relationship between engagement and performance? Can you define it? Here, HR Director – Medicine at the University of Melbourne, Michael Vogt, shares an equation he believes to show the importance of 3 key factors in fostering high performance...

Read more...

The Cobra Effect

What happens when you set criteria and measures to just about anything? You risk the Cobra Effect. Here, John Sumser uses the quirky story of a snake eradication program in India to draw the analogy of how measurement can quickly be undermined and the...

Read more...