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Davos and HR Data

China Gorman

You’ve heard of “Davos,” the annual meeting of the global movers and shakers of business, held in Davos, Switzerland. A total of 371 companies from 9 broad industry groupings are represented in the data. Make use of data analytics.

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How does your organization stack up?

Bersin with Deloitte

HR leaders often wonder how their organization stacks up against competitors as well as other organizations of similar size and type. But where can leaders find reliable data? 2019 Global Deloitte Human Capital Trends.

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Design thinking meets the HR operating model

HR Times

After careful planning, you launch your new HR operating model and the response from HR’s customers— candidates, employees, leaders, and others—is not what you had hoped for. Applying the design thinking framework to create the High-Impact HR Operating Model.

Design thinking meets the HR operating model

HR Times

Crafting the HR customer experience: An ongoing series. After careful planning, you launch your new HR operating model and the response from HR’s customers— candidates, employees, leaders, and others—is not what you had hoped for.

Trends in global talent mobility

Bersin with Deloitte

No longer just about managing expats, global mobility is key in realizing business and workforce strategies. Like its fellow HR functions, global mobility has been impacted by broader market trends and is evolving to better meet the organization’s needs and those of the workforce.

Trends in global talent mobility

HR Times

No longer just about managing expats, global mobility is key in realizing business and workforce strategies. Like its fellow HR functions, global mobility has been impacted by broader market trends and is evolving to better meet the organization’s needs and those of the workforce.

Travelex: Embracing Continuous Innovation to Stay Ahead

Workday

I spoke with Claire Woolley, head of HR Technology, Travelex, based in London, to talk about HR innovation and the company’s plans to stay ahead of its competitors. What did Travelex have to do to create a truly global HR function? Being global was reflected in the number of systems and processes we had accrued as we grew as a business. There wasn’t any single repository for HR data, and most of our workflows and requests were completed with paper forms.

Pivoting Toward High-Impact Business HR

HR Times

The business of HR should be the business. The HR function has been on an evolutionary journey to create and sustain more business value, but the journey is not over. It is time to take Business HR to the next level and transform it into a high-impact organization.

Pivoting Toward High-Impact Business HR

HR Times

The business of HR should be the business. The HR function has been on an evolutionary journey to create and sustain more business value, but the journey is not over. It is time to take Business HR to the next level and transform it into a high-impact organization.

10 HR Leaders Anyone in Talent Management Should Follow on LinkedIn

Eightfold

It follows, then, that the roles and responsibilities of senior HR leaders are incredibly important. . Indeed, an apt description of the senior HR role comes from Christine Hayward , executive director at global executive search organization IIC Partners.

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Norconsult Embraces HR Disruption Head On

Workday

With continued global expansion, the business recognised the need to better manage its most important asset—its people. I caught up with Guro Ruud Cedell, Norconsult’s head of human resources, to discuss how the business disrupted its approach to HR to better engage its people. How did your HR landscape look before you made the decision to transform it, and what were the main business drivers for doing so? When you don’t have a single view of data, it impacts everything.

Banishing the Unicorn

Oracle HCM - Modern HR in the Cloud

With organizational appetites for technology upgrades growing, the HR function is more frequently finding itself in the long sought position of selecting new human capital tools that will elevate talent and facilitate the achievement of business objectives. By Christine Mellon.

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

HR Digest

Meet The Woman Who Has Changed IBM’s History Harnessing the power of data analytics to transform process, people, and culture is not easy. It demands conscientiousness - but when you master the organizational muscle of using data, it can contribute to greater prosperity. 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.

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Companies Continue to Invest in HR Technology to Manage Workforce, Towers Perrin Report

Insperity

Despite current economic challenges, global organizations continue to invest and find value in human resource (HR) technology systems, according to a recent study by Towers Perrin. According to Towers Perrin’s 11th annual study of HR service delivery and technology, close to a third of the respondents (30 percent) have increased their investment in HR-related technologies, a figure that lags last year’s findings. Global data architecture.