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Post date: February 2, 2017
Higher stakeholder expectations and increasingly complex risks are demanding different skill sets from professionals. For internal audit, that means evolving beyond traditional financial, operational, and general IT skill sets. It means expanding the function’s competencies based on a more...
Post date: April 12, 2018
Organization effectiveness (OE) has become a top human capital priority for many organizations. Building internal OE groups and capabilities can greatly assist organizations in achieving optimal performance and better managing change. Whether their OE team emphasizes consulting, creating an OE...
Post date: June 11, 2019
Despite the promise and benefits of flexible work arrangements, many organizations are facing a usability problem—that is, even though flexible work arrangements are increasingly offered at the organizational level, many employees are simply not taking advantage of them.   Flexible work...
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: August 20, 2019
“Can you help us hire for culture fit?” is a question I receive on a weekly basis. The real question companies should be asking is “Should we hire for culture fit and if so, how?” Many organizations believe that the ability of new hires to “fit” within the company culture directly impacts their job...
Post date: September 27, 2015
Horseshoes | Hand Grenades | Performance Management They all have something in common. Spoiler alert: They are not precise.    Close enough for horseshoes and hand grenades. Given the current state of performance management, we can now add, "Close enough for performance management." Research shows...
Post date: September 15, 2016
In today’s technology market, winning the war on talent may seem like an insurmountable task. From Silicon Valley start-ups to the 500 pound gorillas, we are all searching for similar talent with niche technical or stellar sales skills.  What is the company’s culture, and do the company’s actions...
Post date: October 23, 2015
The past two years have seen some impressive companies ditching the traditional annual performance review. Adobe and Medtronic jettisoned them in early 2014. International consulting firms Deloitte and Accenture both nixed reviews in 2015, and even behemoths Microsoft and GE (the godfather of...
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: May 17, 2016
Succession planning has evolved over the years from an approach focused almost exclusively on having a replacement ready for the CEO to a comprehensive plan for assessing and managing talent moves across multiple levels—focusing on management positions and critical jobs. In some cases, the focus...