Talent management practitioners must exhibit six key characteristics in order to be successful, writes Marc Effron Talent management’s rapid emergence as a field has left practitioners without a clear success model. Based on our experience as talent management consultants and practitioners, interviews with other well-regarded practitioners, and input from executive […]
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There are two potential paths that HR might take in the future, and HR will stop doing many of the things it does today in both scenarios, writes Heidi Spirgi It’s stunning to think how dramatically the way we work has changed in the past five years. Today, employees are […]
Role modelling expected behaviours in a business is critical to setting standards as a HR leader and driving culture change, according to Wendy Lenton, director of people and performance for George Weston Foods. Driving culture change. “What you walk past is what you accept,” she said. “We need to role […]
Debates around productivity improvement are largely inconsequential unless organisations can find and implement innovative ways to build management capabilities and encourage effective people management, according to The University of Melbourne. “Centralised HR functions can put in place policies and procedures to encourage good practice, but we know that to be […]
As organisations strive to keep pace with a global economic recovery, they will need to change and innovate in five key areas in order to attract, retain and develop talent in 2014, according to HR research and advisory firm Bersin by Deloitte. In order to attract talent, organisations will need […]