Posts Tagged organizational development
Do you have an intentional leadership development strategy?
As Henry Ford once said, “The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training them and having them stay.”
“In God we trust; all others must bring data.” – William Edwards Deming
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By Ama Marston and Stephanie Marston
Missy Sparks explains how HR and the community can come together and help those in need.
How many MBAs does it take to manage a factory of robots?
It's a common assumption that most organizations don’t do succession planning. Often the reasons include the high level of administration involved with succession planning and the difficulty in identifying and developing talent. It’s hard enough to figure out what the business world will look like in three years, much less what the organization’s talent needs will be.
by Mariam Ganiyu, Joe Jones and Ashley Miller and Lindsay Northon
Change is hard and can make us uncomfortable. That may be why 80 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail in the first week alone. But, change is upon us and it is here to stay.
Every year, the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) adds hundreds of new words. This year, they added the term “gender-fluid.”
On August 17, @shrmnextchat chatted with members of the SHRM Competency Team: SHRM Specialist, HR Competencies, Lindsay Northon (@HRCompetencies); SHRM Senior Specialist, HR Competencies, Ashley Miller (@Miller843); and SHRM Director, HR Competencies, Joe Jones (@josephajonesphd) about HR's Role in Organizational Design.
by Mary Kaylor, Joe Jones, Ashley Miller and Lindsay Northon
The role of the HR professional continues to change, but one thing stays the same: Human capital management remains the key differentiator for organizational growth and success.
In January, I participated in the first DisruptHR Orange County event. If you aren’t familiar with DisruptHR, it is a Ted-esque style event with speakers in the HR/Recruiting world speaking for five minutes with 20 slides that automatically advance every 15 seconds. For even the most seasoned of speakers it’s a bit nerve-racking. After much shuffling of speakers, I was asked to close out the night.