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Post date: January 7, 2021
People analytics is still a young science, but its promise is so great that more than 70 percent of companies consider it a high priority. The next generation of people analytics goes beyond individuals to understand how human interplay across an enterprise drives overall performance—making work...
Post date: November 1, 2018
HR executives have seen it all—talented and engaged bosses and team members, toxic bosses and team members, and everything in between. You have observed that leaders do not have a neutral impact for very long. Either bosses have a positive impact on performance and values (how people treat each...
Post date: November 12, 2019
Today’s business, regulatory, political, and social climates are combining to place unprecedented levels of scrutiny on what organizations are doing—or not doing—to ensure they are paying their employees fairly regardless of their gender or race. More than 80 countries have some form of equal pay...
Post date: May 21, 2019
Innovation, as a field, is rife with myths and beset by bad beliefs. Some of these are merely annoyances, such as the tendency to equate innovation with workshops that overuse sticky notes. Others are directly dangerous, such as the belief that innovation requires digitalization and a preponderance...
Post date: March 22, 2018
Smart business leaders know that without productive employees, there is no possibility of a successful business. In previous times it was expected that employees would accept what they were given and do what was necessary; they would be expected to go above and beyond, regardless of circumstances....
Post date: September 19, 2019
High-trust organizations generally perform better over time than their low-trust counterparts. They’re innovative. These organizations tend to have more pleasant workplaces than low-trust organizations. In fact, low-trust organizations tend to damage the lives and health of those condemned to labor...
Post date: November 7, 2019
I recently had an opportunity to participate in an event along with several academic thought leaders and researchers from the University of California, Berkeley. We covered many deep and important issues—too many to cover in a blog post. But, I wanted to share with you some of my top-level...
Post date: April 9, 2020
Amy Cappellanti-Wolf brings more than three decades of experience to the conversation about organizational design, complex transformations and executive leadership. Before serving as the former Senior Vice President and CHRO of Symantec, she led global HR as the CHRO of Silver Spring Networks,...
Post date: November 5, 2020
Businesses exist for people, whether the customers they serve, the workers they employ or the communities they enrich. They have the responsibility to provide not just valuable products and services but a stable work environment and access to the American dream. No matter how advanced technology...
Post date: August 12, 2019
People are at the heart of business, yet not all people are treated the same. Best-selling author and journalist Joanne Lipman will share how men and women can work together to create more inclusive cultures and close the gender gap. Don’t miss her session at the HR People + Strategy Strategic HR...