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Clearing After the Storm

HRO Today

HR leaders reflect on the lessons learned during the height of COVID-19 and share three ways the world of work has been permanently impacted. And HR is at the forefront, faced with the challenge of developing new workforce strategies in a world that will never be the same again.

Cognizant of Change

HRO Today

Head of HR Pradeep Bhaskaran shares his organisation’s tech strategies for managing an agile and collaborative international enterprise. In 2007, Pradeep Bhaskaran joined Cognizant to oversee HR for 10 countries around the world.

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Cutting-Edge Change

HRO Today

How new technologies are revolutionising HR in an Asian icon. Fong’s career did not start in the HR department, though. However, when she was presented with an offer for a regional HR leadership role, she cast aside self-doubt and jumped at the opportunity.

An Interview with Diane Gherson, CHRO at IBM, on Driving Organizational Transformation

HR Digest

Today, as Diane Gherson, CHRO IBM, transforms global workforce outcomes through talent analytics and data, she is not afraid to put forward profoundly ambitious and path-breaking ideas. The CHRO of IBM, Diane Gherson however, has different views and she has translated the term “human+machine interaction” into HRM practices. Leadership skills, confidence and the courage to pursue the unconventional, are the traits that brought her the HR Executive of the Year Award-2018.

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Split HR? Rethinking HR’s Role Within Larger Organizations

TalentCulture

We all know that HR is at a crossroads. One of the hottest topics being discussed at the C-suite level is whether HR should be split into two distinct functions – one that handles administration and one that manages leadership and organization. A recent article by business advisor Ram Charan in the Harvard Business Review took this position, igniting a debate that had long been smoldering. HR just needs to get on it. The post Split HR?

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