HR strategy

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Post date: July 25, 2019
Over the last decade, most HR leaders have been obsessed by the role of millennials at work and figuring out how to meet the different expectations and needs of these young workers.Certainly, this has been important work. But, leaders need to be aware of a much bigger demographic challenge ahead:...
Post date: February 12, 2019
Stretch assignments are popular right now among employers. These temporary “try outs” allow companies to solve real business issues while field-testing employees’ skills and abilities. These opportunities can also make a substantive impact for individual employees. One study of executives showed...
Post date: March 18, 2019
Aaron Hurst is focused on creating purpose at work. In his book The Purpose Economy: Policy, Public Perception, Research and Data, Disruptive Technology, and Bright Spots, he illuminates the levers of change in creating that purpose. With fulfillment replacing engagement as a new metric for success...
Post date: May 26, 2020
Jed Liuzza, Chief Human Resources Officer of OU Medicine in Oklahoma City, possesses a deep reserve of HR expertise in the healthcare industry. From benefits to training to leadership development, Liuzza is a leader in all aspects of people practices and strategy. Here Liuzza gives insight into his...
Post date: March 11, 2020
As the coronavirus spreads, more and more companies are opting to restrict business travel, prepare employees for remote work and limit in-person visits to workplaces. Many companies have tiered response plans based on local needs and are testing remote work capabilities to be prepared.  Business...
Post date: April 11, 2019
It’s no secret that the American workplace has undergone significant changes in recent decades. We now have a record four generations in our active workforce. And, we’re seeing more frequent job movement among those various generations—not only because of the rise of the gig economy, but as a...
Post date: August 25, 2020
In the name of anti-racism, an overtly racist theory has penetrated pop culture and cascaded into corporate HR departments. According to this theory, white people are so entitled to feeling comfortable that they ooze “fragility”—defensiveness, tears, even vitriol—when conversations about race need...
Post date: April 18, 2019
The primary development gap leaders face is that they are leading amid a level of complexity that requires creative leadership or higher, yet most are leading reactively. And since reactive leadership has built-in limits to scale, and tends to cancel itself out, reactive leadership is outmatched by...
Post date: October 10, 2019
HR professionals deliver value as architects of talent, leadership, and organization agendas. Many have discussed how HR can and should respond to trends in talent and leadership to increase employee experience, strategic execution, customer share, investor confidence, and community reputation....
Post date: October 6, 2020
In today’s business environment, crafting a digital organization is a critical aim for every leader. Regardless of industry or size, every company needs digital strategies and processes to continue evolving and adapting for the future.  For some companies like Microsoft and Schneider Electric,...