HR & Change Management: Beyond the Kotter Model

Digital HR Tech

Harvard professor John Kotter developed what is probably the most influential model of change. However, seasoned change management professionals are often dissatisfied with the model. What to do about the shortcomings HR’s role in change management.

Around the Bonfyre: Talking Change Management Strategy with EY’s Eric Biegansky

Bonfyre

The disruptive nature of change is now a constant. Ernst & Young (EY), a multinational professional services firm, specializes in managing and advising for these transformations, helping to mitigate risk and maximize adoption of desired change systems, processes, and behaviors. In this installment of Around the Bonfyre, we talked to Biegansky about the future of change management strategy and the skills leaders need to spearhead organizational change.

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HR Software: What is the difference between HRIS, HCM, and HRMS

EmployeeConnect

You have just started exploring HR Software and are faced with the terms HCM, HRIS & HRMS. Perhaps on the surface, they do the same thing and tick the functional boxes, but there are subtle differences in features and benefits to your organisation. Change requests of any kind.

HR Software: What is the difference between HRIS, HCM, and HRMS

EmployeeConnect

You have just started exploring HR Software and are faced with the terms HCM, HRIS & HRMS. Perhaps on the surface, they do the same thing and tick the functional boxes, but there are subtle differences in features and benefits to your organisation. Change requests of any kind.

Why a Change Pathfinder is Essential to HR Transformation

Visier

Why is it so difficult to successfully implement change? . This is a haunting question for any HR professional. Any perusal through common literature in the genre of change management will reveal high probabilities of failure – some sources stating that as many as 70% of all attempts at change fail. Adapting to a Changing Landscape. The business conditions that spurred this HR transformation were all-encompassing and dynamic.

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Rethinking HR: Laser Focus On HR Consumer Experiences

SuccessFactors

At the same time, digitalization represents the biggest change imperative for HR departments, requiring them to redefine themselves to help the business attract the most brilliant talent in the marketplace. In the new digital world, HR needs to move away from the mantra “HR customer satisfaction” towards the broader “HR consumer experiences.” Applying design thinking techniques, we aim to streamline HR services and make them more user-friendly.

Transition vs. Transform: Using M&A as a catalyst for HR transformation

HR Times

But there’s another, often missed opportunity that could be just as powerful: using M&A as a catalyst to launch the HR function onto a new path. It’s a chance to take advantage of disruptive business and workforce dynamics and transform HR into an organization that creates and delivers sustainable value, even in the face of disruption. HR transformation can quickly become an imperative during M&A. Managing transformative change.

HR Software in 2018: What’s the Scoop?

HR Payroll Systems

Most savvy companies have already implemented an HRIS , but of course the world of HR software is ever-evolving. With a new year on the horizon, we can expect to see some shifting trends in the way that HR software is used and the functionality that’s offered. Virtual reality is making waves in the gaming realm, but we may see it start to creep into HR in 2018. Continuous Performance Management. Creative Approaches to Wellness.

We’re Taking Off! A New Era Of People Analytics

SuccessFactors

The same is true for the HR function: by leveraging people analytics, HR can bring more clarity and support into our volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) world. It allows us to look ahead, to analyze broader patterns and networks outside our field of vision, and to personalize the solutions we provide to truly create value for employees and managers. HR has often been perceived as being “reactive” – solving issues after they arise.

We’re Taking Off! A New Era Of People Analytics

SuccessFactors

The same is true for the HR function: by leveraging people analytics, HR can bring more clarity and support into our volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) world. It allows us to look ahead, to analyze broader patterns and networks outside our field of vision, and to personalize the solutions we provide to truly create value for employees and managers. HR has often been perceived as being “reactive” – solving issues after they arise.

The Digital CLO Playbook

Degreed

33% of organizations say their top-level managers understand and support digital initiatives. If you’re not working on transforming your L&D and HR function for the digital age, too, then maybe you should. The reality is, the world is changing constantly. Almost 60% of the workforce’s skill sets don’t match changes in their companies’ strategies, goals, markets or business models. Strategy Change Management Digital Transformation Market Research

To Usher in the Age of HR, We Need to Start By Tearing It Apart

TLNT: The Business of HR

Editor’s Note: This is the last of 12 essays from the new book, The Rise of HR; Wisdom From 73 Thoughts Leaders. It’s compiled by Dave Ulrich, Bill Schiemann and Libby Sartain, and sponsored by the HR Certification Institute. But will this also be the Age of HR? The power to make the answer “yes” lies with HR leaders — but exercising that power will be very difficult and likely very painful as well. The way people work is radically changing.

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. There is increased recognition that people are teaching themselves to do new things to adapt to changes in their personal or working lives. Bersin Learning and Development change management cloud energy HR SaaS workforce analytics

Study: Core HR is Moving to the Cloud

HRExecutive

In the early days of the Cloud, some predicted that while certain HR functions — talent acquisition, for example — would be well-suited for the medium, security concerns and the desire for customization (especially among large companies) meant that core HR functions would continue to reside in on-premise solutions. ” HR departments have moved relatively quickly in embracing mobile, he says. change management HR analytics HR technology

5 Types of HR Operating Models: A Full Guide

Analytics in HR

HR operating models is a topic that is dear to a lot of leaders’ hearts. In this article, you will learn what HR operating models are, different ways of organizing the HR function and various types of HR operating models, as well as best practices for creating an HR operating model.

A ‘Window’ into Transforming GM’s Culture

HRExecutive

What makes her story of particular interest to those of us in HR is the fact that, for a short but very trying period of time (when GM was in the process of navigating through bankruptcy), Barra led the HR function at GM. As head of HR, Colby reports in Road to Power , Barra held a significant amount of power in shaping the company’s future management. Rather than liberating employees, the change left some of them terrified.

Transition vs. Transform: Using M&A as a catalyst for HR transformation

Bersin

But there’s another, often missed opportunity that could be just as powerful: using M&A as a catalyst to launch the HR function onto a new path. It’s a chance to take advantage of disruptive business and workforce dynamics and transform HR into an organization that creates and delivers sustainable value, even in the face of disruption. HR transformation can quickly become an imperative during M&A. Managing transformative change.

Everything About HR Transformation

Possible Works

HR transformation involves redesigning the HR function in such a way that it mirrors and supports the organization as well as its strategic objectives. The HR transformation process in the previous decades focused on increasing efficiency as well as decreasing costs.

HR Career Path: Everything You Need to Know

Analytics in HR

Whether you’re just starting out in HR or have had years of experience under your belt, planning out your HR career path plays an essential role in helping you achieve your personal and professional goals. The modern career path for HR. HR career path options.

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

HR organizations got a boost in investment in 2014, with budgets up an average of 4% over the prior year. Much of the extra money went to increased headcount, with HR staffing up 3%, on average. Another big area of investment was HR technology, with one-fifth organizations saying they increased their spending on HR systems during 2014. Unfortunately, for most organizations, not very well. Our research describes a growth model in the maturity of HR capabilities.

Organizational Capabilities: Definition, Examples, and Building Process

Analytics in HR

Let’s take a look at an organizational capabilities definition, some examples, and how L&D and HR teams can help build organizational capabilities. These are connected to strategy and vision and indicate how well an organization handles its business environment and sets itself apart.

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

HR organizations got a boost in investment in 2014, with budgets up an average of 4% over the prior year. Much of the extra money went to increased headcount, with HR staffing up 3%, on average. Another big area of investment was HR technology, with one-fifth organizations saying they increased their spending on HR systems during 2014. Unfortunately, for most organizations, not very well. Our research describes a growth model in the maturity of HR capabilities.

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

HR organizations got a boost in investment in 2014, with budgets up an average of 4% over the prior year. Much of the extra money went to increased headcount, with HR staffing up 3%, on average. Another big area of investment was HR technology, with one-fifth organizations saying they increased their spending on HR systems during 2014. Unfortunately, for most organizations, not very well. Our research describes a growth model in the maturity of HR capabilities.

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

HR organizations got a boost in investment in 2014, with budgets up an average of 4% over the prior year. Much of the extra money went to increased headcount, with HR staffing up 3%, on average. Another big area of investment was HR technology, with one-fifth organizations saying they increased their spending on HR systems during 2014. Unfortunately, for most organizations, not very well. Our research describes a growth model in the maturity of HR capabilities.

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

HR organizations got a boost in investment in 2014, with budgets up an average of 4% over the prior year. Much of the extra money went to increased headcount, with HR staffing up 3%, on average. Another big area of investment was HR technology, with one-fifth organizations saying they increased their spending on HR systems during 2014. Unfortunately, for most organizations, not very well. Our research describes a growth model in the maturity of HR capabilities.

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

HR organizations got a boost in investment in 2014, with budgets up an average of 4% over the prior year. Much of the extra money went to increased headcount, with HR staffing up 3%, on average. Another big area of investment was HR technology, with one-fifth organizations saying they increased their spending on HR systems during 2014. Unfortunately, for most organizations, not very well. Our research describes a growth model in the maturity of HR capabilities.

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

HR organizations got a boost in investment in 2014, with budgets up an average of 4% over the prior year. Much of the extra money went to increased headcount, with HR staffing up 3%, on average. Another big area of investment was HR technology, with one-fifth organizations saying they increased their spending on HR systems during 2014. Unfortunately, for most organizations, not very well. Our research describes a growth model in the maturity of HR capabilities.

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

HR organizations got a boost in investment in 2014, with budgets up an average of 4% over the prior year. Much of the extra money went to increased headcount, with HR staffing up 3%, on average. Another big area of investment was HR technology, with one-fifth organizations saying they increased their spending on HR systems during 2014. Unfortunately, for most organizations, not very well. Our research describes a growth model in the maturity of HR capabilities.

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

HR organizations got a boost in investment in 2014, with budgets up an average of 4% over the prior year. Much of the extra money went to increased headcount, with HR staffing up 3%, on average. Another big area of investment was HR technology, with one-fifth organizations saying they increased their spending on HR systems during 2014. Unfortunately, for most organizations, not very well. Our research describes a growth model in the maturity of HR capabilities.

Is HR Earning its Keep?

Bersin with Deloitte

HR organizations got a boost in investment in 2014, with budgets up an average of 4% over the prior year. Much of the extra money went to increased headcount, with HR staffing up 3%, on average. Another big area of investment was HR technology, with one-fifth organizations saying they increased their spending on HR systems during 2014. Unfortunately, for most organizations, not very well. Our research describes a growth model in the maturity of HR capabilities.

We’re Taking Off! A New Era Of People Analytics

SAP Innovation

The same is true for the HR function: by leveraging people analytics, HR can bring more clarity and support into our volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) world. It allows us to look ahead, to analyze broader patterns and networks outside our field of vision, and to personalize the solutions we provide to truly create value for employees and managers. HR has often been perceived as being “reactive” – solving issues after they arise.

Leadership in HR: 7 Tips for Advancing Your HR Career

AIHR

Great leadership in HR doesn’t only mean being the HR expert within your organization. It means being a strategic partner and advisor to the business and creating impact through HR strategies. Contents What is good leadership in HR? What is good leadership in HR?

HR Software. Will Technology Swallow Up HR?

HR Cloud

Is software about to eat HR? Is software, and all the “disruption” it brings, about to swallow up HR? Is software about to swallow up HR? Software Won’t Devour HR. HR, after all, exists in order to connect the capabilities of individual employees to the success of the organization. But… Software will Change HR. Software will, however, forever change HR. I’ve been working as an HR professional since the mid 1980’s.

Influencers Discuss HR Tech’s Dramatic Shifts

HRExecutive

Influence in HR technology comes from many places, takes many forms and continues to evolve over time. When the HRE /HR Tech Conference team met over the winter to work on this Influencers list, we knew it would be important to consider all aspects of influence. It’s safe to say all, however, are having an important and noticeable impact on where HR technology has been, where it is today and, perhaps most importantly, where it is heading. HR Technology Top Stories

13 Future HR Skills You Need to Start Building Now

AIHR

The dynamic reality we live and work in requires HR professionals to develop new skills if they want to contribute to their organization’s goals and help their businesses thrive. Let’s have a look at 13 future HR skills you need to start building now! Risk management 3.

Why Business Schools Should Add HR to the Curriculum

Cornerstone On Demand

While talent management is a top priority for business executives, only five percent of leaders rate their organization's current HR department as excellent. In order for future CHROs to be strategic arms of organizations, graduates making up the next generation of leaders need to be privy to new thinking in HR (particularly when it comes to how technology is changing talent management). Why is the program focused on both HR and technology?

Employees are a Company’s Prime Real Estate

HRchitect

HRchitect can help companies, of any size, mitigate the amount of tasks an HR department handles throughout the course of any given day whether that’s helping select a new system, project management, implementing a new system, change management, training, etc. A good example of HRchitect’s services which can be used to take things off the HR Department’s plate is Post Go Live support. Written by: Elizabeth Capece.

3 Key Layers of a Future-Ready Employee Experience

Analytics in HR

Welcome to another exciting episode of All About HR! This is the podcast & video series for HR Professionals and business leaders who want to future-proof their organization and learn about the latest trends & insights from industry experts, CHROs, and thought leaders.

How this HR exec built the function from the ground up

HRExecutive

Key HR Challenges: Building an HR function from the ground up for the organization, which had little in the way of HR when McGovern arrived. Key HR Accomplishments: Transitioning a 100% paper-based system to a comprehensive integrated platform. Michelle McGovern.

Steal this People Analytics Leader Job Description!

Visier

You need the right People Analytics Leader in order to build an effective and strategic people analytics function. In emerging organizations (those just starting their people analytics journey), they may be a manager or sometimes an analyst. It could be Human Resources, Information Technology, HRIT, HR Operations, Talent Management, and even Organization Development–but ideally, in order to produce the most value to the business, they should report to a C-level position.