HR departments which focus on three HR activities will have a more significant impact on customer and shareholder value than HR departments that focus primarily on HR metrics themselves, writes Wayne Brockbank A number of leadership and management thinkers and institutional economists have posited that the “enemy of the great is […]
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HR needs to play a greater role in communicating shareholder value to analysts and investors who are looking for metrics which demonstrate alignment between what they hear from leaders and official channels of communication, with their experience of the organisation. What appears to be particularly important to analysts and investors, […]
Those seeking true organisational improvements and turnarounds need to become skillful in the shaping of mindsets and behaviours in addition to focusing on a culture that helps deliver results, writes Dave Hanna I recently came across a hedge fund company’s in-depth analysis of a corporation. It was a lengthy document filled […]
HR departments have 68 per cent greater impact on customer value when they play a major role in architecting the firm’s information value chain than when they apply HR analytics, writes Wayne Brockbank During the last decade, HR analytics have received increasing attention. A dozen or so books and several dozen […]
There is an increased expectation from investors and shareholders that organisations will be able to evidence improvements in gender diversity because of the link between gender diversity and financial performance, according to AMP Capital. “When we meet with company boards, we ask directors for updates on issues like gender diversity, safety and […]