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Post date: October 15, 2015
I am ambivalent toward neuroscience.   On the one hand, I have a general interest in brain research and I am fascinated when the findings relate directly to organizational change, leadership or learning (my professional passions). On the other hand, I am wary of what I see as overuse and maybe...
Post date: July 26, 2015
If you were trying to climb your way up the corporate ladder in the last couple of decades, you knew early on that your fate depended on whether you made it to the secret "HR List" or not. Our careers of late have depended on the judgments of a few as our ambitions get bottle-necked inside the 9-...
Post date: October 28, 2015
The relationship between employers and employees has changed. Back in the mid-twentieth century, people would commit to just one or two companies throughout their entire career—and what the organization said, went. But as the job market became more open and competitive, and as people started to...
Post date: September 12, 2016
Regular readers of our columns will be familiar by now with the concept of Vitality, or the balance of maintaining your day-to-day Current Performance with Future Potential exploration. Maintaining this balance is tricky, and requires different types of talent for these separate pursuits. In our...
Post date: April 21, 2016
Moving into Q2, businesses are optimistic about the growth of the economy and starting to execute 2016 growth plans. According to a study by The Harford, nearly half of mid-size organizations have plans for geographical expansion. A company is only as successful as its talent, so for HR...
Post date: February 8, 2018
Most of us interact with artificial intelligence (AI) on a daily basis. Whether you ask Alexa to tell you the score of the game, rely on Nest to understand your energy usage habits, or choose the next TV show to binge watch based on Netflix’s latest recommendation, it’s safe to say that AI is...
Post date: August 30, 2016
Systemic Changes If we forge ahead in this new global century with the intent to maintain existing power structures, we will probably fare poorly. The shifting economic center requires us to shift with it, toward a reality yet to be defined. A new generation of leaders is beginning to wield greater...
Post date: February 2, 2016
In Jim Collins' renowned book, Good to Great, he vividly brings to life the concept of the flywheel effect: the consistent pushing in a particular direction until enough turns are made, and enough momentum built such that the flywheel propels forward with great speed and fluidity. Collins notes...
Post date: October 12, 2016
There’s a bit of a revolution going on in the world of CHROs. Gone are the days when people in this role are seen as the keepers of the administrative people functions. Today’s effective CHROs are clearly part of the executive teams that develop and execute business strategy. Increasingly, the...
Post date: August 9, 2016
Next-generation performance management is about organizations developing employees to their full potential on an ongoing basis through effective coaching and career management, with an eye toward driving and supporting enhanced business outcomes. In the previous two articles of our four-part series...