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HRO Today

Despite numerous innovations in engagement tracking technologies and digital tools, HR professionals are still struggling to answer a key question: How can engagement be leveraged to improve workforce and business outcomes? Finding the Right Metrics.

Prediction: Learning will go to where work happens

Bersin

As organizations struggle with the fundamental challenge of defining and enabling productivity, HR functions such as rewards, performance management, and leadership are facing the need to shift mindsets and approaches. Posted by Julie Hiipakka on December 3, 2018.

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Building A Case For Change: Win Hearts And Minds For Your HR Transformation

SuccessFactors

Some market observers suggest that the HR function will be the first to fully digitise, with more than 40% of global organisations planning to re-evaluate their HR systems strategy by the end of 2016 [3]. When working with customers on HR transformations, there are 3 common pitfalls I see when building a case for change: Framing the case for change too narrowly vs framing around the broader priorities, challenges and drivers of the business.

Ideas To Disrupt Your Talent Strategy

HR Soul

I am a “HR trends addict” What usually fuels my addiction are studies like the Deloitte Human Capital Trends Report and the Mercer Talent Trends Study. I am intrigued by what executives and HR professionals believe are their current and future priorities. For the past 5 years they have been tracking how well executives believe their HR function can address the talent issues around them in what they call the “HR Scorecard” 2015 was a grade C.

Around the Bonfyre with Reneé Maxwell of Hansgrohe North America

Bonfyre

For our latest installment of Around the Bonfyre, we talked to Maxwell about the qualities an HR Director needs to address engagement and culture, while also prioritizing employee performance. Like many HR managers, I didn’t go to school for it, but I truly have found what I love doing. At the time, we were the least developed function in the company. I personally focus on organizational development, and my team runs the HR functions.