Jaunary 2016 article by Joe Anderson, published in BizCatalyst360.
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Here's my take on the future of HR. Cool tools and toys? Not until you have a firm foundation. Listen now.
WorkSpan magazine, January 2016. Reprinted here with permission from WorldatWork.
About Repurposing HR:
HR managers have been trained to think of themselves as cost centers, challenged at every budget cycle to cut, pare, and shrink expenses. Their staff brandish benchmarks and statistics to say how engagement affects business success, how the ratio of HR staff to employees is low, and how our turnover is too high. But with all these data, executives still roll their eyes and ask, “But what impact do you have on our bottom line?" By breaking down organizational silos and using a process to generate and foster collective thinking, HR can shift the paradigm from developing programs, policies, and processes to improving the performance and productivity of the workforce.
Repurpose HR: From a Cost Center to a Business Accelerator was published by the Society for Human Resource Management in June 2015
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HR FLORIDA September 2015
I had a wonderful opportunity to speak with a group of HR professionals at the HR Florida Annual Conference in September 2015. Here is a short video for "Repurposing HR: From a cost center to a business accelerator".
What HR Needs to Do to Get a Seat at the Table: Two things have to change. Harvard Business Review blog 11/27/2014.
WorkSpan magazine, January 2014. Reprinted here with permission from WorldatWork.
WorkSpan magazine, October 2009. Reprinted here with permission from WorldatWork.
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