Knowledge-at-work: KM practices

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « When learning and knowledge collide | Main | Knowledge managers » November 05, 2006 KM practices Which KM practices are the most important in your opinion? Being aware of the competencies and backgrounds of possible team / group members is a critical part of making KM happen.

Knowledge-at-work: Knowledge managers

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « KM practices | Main | Perennial KM issues » November 11, 2006 Knowledge managers The knowledge manager may well be an endangered species as the KM meme fades and firms rush to stay abreast of complexity, social networking and chaos theory. Posted by: Dr. Mohamed Taher | November 23, 2006 at 04:17 PM Knowledge isn't the dependent variable.

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Are HR's diversity and inclusion strategies proprietary information?

Steve Boese

Companies suing each other after an employee leaves one company to join another, especially when the companies are competitors, over the details in the employee's non-compete agreement is not all that uncommon. Here are some details and context from coverage in Business Insider - Microsoft just hired a chief diversity officer - and IBM is suing them over it : Tech companies have a less than stellar record hiring women and minorities. HR Recruiting diversity hiring workplace

The Necessary Discomfort of Inclusive Leadership

Root

The following is an excerpt from How to Be an Inclusive Leader: Your Role in Creating Cultures of Belonging Where Everyone Can Thrive , a book in which diversity and inclusion expert Jennifer Brown provides a step-by-step guide for the personal and emotional journey we must undertake to create an inclusive workplace where everyone can thrive. It’s perhaps not surprising that two thirds of executives consider diversity and inclusion a rising priority.

The bold new world of talent: 10 predictions for 2016

HR Times

These changes, which impact organizations in every country, are coupled with a workforce that is increasingly diverse (in gender, age, culture, and nationality), demanding, and mobile. Diversity, inclusion, and gender inequality have reached board-level priority.

What Happens to the “Average” Worker When Average Work is Obsolete?

Cornerstone On Demand

Marc Pensky, who coined the term "digital immigrant" in 2006, described our current work environment quite eloquently when he told CNN, “People will always be behind now, and that will be a stress they have to cope with.” The concept of work is getting re-worked.

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“Live life so hard that it makes you cry”. With Denyelle Bruno and Candice Georgiadis

Thrive Global

Create clear competencies for each role level. Use those competencies to guide ambitious people to the next role (which should have with it, it’s own set of competencies). Create clear competencies for each role level.

How HR can earn that elusive seat at the C-suite table

HR Morning

The core competencies required of HR leaders has transformed dramatically in recent years due to advances in technology, new economic realities, shifting demographics and generational differences in the workplace. Human Resources plays a massive role in how a company is constructed.

Be ‘Agile’ or Fail: The Top Challenge for HR Teams in 2018

HR Daily Advisor

Workforce policy development, talent acquisition tactics, and competency and performance review initiatives weren’t in sync with the changing pace of business. He wanted employees that would challenge the status quo, were flexible, diverse, passionate, and results-oriented.

Could the Gender Wage Gap Increase with the Development of Technology?

Zenefits

The year 2018 saw a widening of the gender wage gap for the first time since 2006 , the first year in which WEF collected data. Diversity Boosts Innovation. For innovation to occur, you need diversity. Because diversity is so crucial to innovation, employers can’t afford to lose more women, particularly in fields that are typically male-dominated. This is the time to grow female diversity.”. If you want to compete, you’ll have to invest in new technology.

How to Watch Out for Unconscious Bias in Hiring

Brazen Recruiting

While overt bias is thankfully rare in today’s business environment, unconscious bias could be wreaking havoc on your genuine efforts to hire a diverse, effective team. Diverse teams are essential to competing in today’s melting pot economy. “First impressions are everything.”.

The No. 1 thing you’re getting wrong about inclusive design

Fast Company The Future of Work

What we want to produce is not a uniform set of individuals with specific competencies, but a group of individuals that can work as a team, that each can contribute a diverse perspective.

Paying Attention?

Compensation Cafe

It seems like we have some competing notions floating around, guiding our "cutting-edge" compensation decision-making. But, as a change manager, I am a believer in understanding diverse attitudes and beliefs when engaging teams in a mission.

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How Lydia Liu of ETS tackles the extreme work life balance with Penny Bauder

Thrive Global

She is an internationally recognized expert on assessing competencies in higher education and workforce spaces. I moved to the United States in 2001 for graduate studies and earned my doctoral degree in educational measurement from University of California, Berkeley in 2006.

Knowledge-at-work: Social knowledge

Knowledge-at-work

There needs to be diversity of ideas and anenvironment where failures and reflection are valued as learningenablers. Knowledge needs negotiation imposed (mediated) social values and reflection, separate knowledge from personal knowing and individual competence (skills) Knowledge is situated some knowledge is present in socialritual, inventions and artifacts. There needs to be diversity of ideas and an environment where failures and reflection are valued as learning.

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Conference Twitter Primer #SHRM18

Advos

bakermckenzie : Helping clients overcome the challenges of competing in the global economy. BerkshireHR : (BETH RONNENBURG) Berkshire provides solutions for applicant management, compensation management, affirmative action, workforce planning, diversity, and professional training.

Linn Tagesson: “Starting a company is not glamorous”

Thrive Global

As a part of our series about powerful women, I had the pleasure of interviewing Linn Tagesson the Co-Founder and Chief Culture Officer of the Babyshop Group, a company that she founded with Marcus Tagesson in 2006. Be yourself, trust your competence, dare to speak out and say what you think.

HR TechStack – Performance Tracking

WhoKnows

PeopleFluent provides a cloud-based talent management suite that includes Recruiting, Performance Management, Compensation, Learning, Succession and Vendor Management as well as Workforce Planning and Diversity. Performance Tracking Tools.

The Top Reasons Why The Maker Movement Will Be The Next Renaissance

SAP Innovation

Manufacturers spend billions of dollars on market research and product development to deliver a diverse mix of goods with a variety of options on a mass scale. Consider: The inaugural San Francisco MakerFaire in 2006 attracted 65,000 DIY enthusiasts.

Workday Podcast: Cybersecurity: An Inside View With Andreas Tomek of KPMG

Workday

I spent some years with KPMG back in 2004 to 2006, working as an IT auditor doing security. It’s a very diverse field that has connectors in all the different areas of your business. And you see that with that big security competitions where human teams really try to compete with AI on trying to hack and secure stuff. We’re seeing that diverse teams, the mixed teams, are really better at doing this kind of work, but still, there is not enough skill out there.