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How Bosch Uses Gamification to Build HR Analytics Skills (Case Study)

Digital HR Tech

An effective change management plan would be critical to success and there were three pillars to our approach: Making data fun: Gamification. The teams focused on a common pain point such as talent retention or succession planning. successes is key.

Succession planning and integrated talent management ~ HR to HR.

Strategic HCM

Succession planning and integrated talent management. We’re now on to succession planning with two chapters from Marshall Goldsmith and then Rob Reindl at Edwards Lifesciences. Marshall first, writing, not surprisingly, about CEO succession. On the Guru Group.

Learning Agility: Understanding Its Potential in the Workplace

EmployeeConnect

Learning agility is the ability to incorporate new material quickly, and the concept developed in the business world where it was found that the ability to learn quickly and use that information in business was the strongest predictor of success. These individuals work through conflict, value diversity and obtain actionable insights from different perspectives. Self-Awareness Self-awareness is a critical element of career success.

Next Practices at Abbott, HSBC & TIAA

i4cp

What has HSBC done to ensure it always has quadruple redundancy in its succession pipelines? And how has TIAA revitalized its employee resource groups? Now, to answer the questions above, we've published three more case studies representing these organization's semi-finalist submissions for i4cp's Next Practice Award. While the full case studies are exclusive to i4cp member companies, summaries of each are available below.

How to Maintain Useful Telecommuting

HR Daily Advisor

With all of these considerations, many organizations opt to start a telecommuting program by implementing a small, pilot program and using it to refine their policies before expanding it to larger groups. Diversity. Succession Planning.

More Big Data Dangers, from Distribution to Interpretation

HR Daily Advisor

Start your strategic thinking with BLR’s new practical guide: HR Playbook: HR’s Game Plan for the Future. For example, if looking at a number of employees, you typically divide the responses into groups, like 1 to 49 employees, 50 to 99 employees, 100 to 499 employees, etc.

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Telecommuting—Great, But Watch These Legal Pitfalls

HR Daily Advisor

Yesterday’s Advisor featured 10 tips for successful telecommunicating; today, the legal issues that challenge companies with telecommuters, again from attorneys Deanna Brinkerhoff and Cathleen Yonahara. You need a plan for tracking time for nonexempt workers. Plan to manage “off-the-clock” issues (telecommuters performing work outside of normal hours and unrecorded). Ensure that certain groups of employees are not impacted disparately. Diversity.

Book Review – Psychology and Work: Perspectives on Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Workplace Psychology

The authors of Psychology and Work nicely linked change management to I/O psychology: “Planning, implementing, and monitoring change is a place where I/O psychologists can add value to organizations” (Truxillo, Bauer, & Erdogan, 2016, p.

Book Review – Psychology and Work: Perspectives on Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Workplace Psychology

The authors of Psychology and Work nicely linked change management to I/O psychology: “Planning, implementing, and monitoring change is a place where I/O psychologists can add value to organizations” (Truxillo, Bauer, & Erdogan, 2016, p.

HR from the Inside Out (sorry, ahem, Outside In) ~ HR to HR 2.0 and.

Strategic HCM

But the best illustration of why HRs approach should be Inside Out comes from the books case studies. BAE Systems, MOL Group, Singapore Housing Development Board and Novartis - theyre all great case studies, but the source of energy for each one was internal - not external at all.