Archive | August, 2012

A Paradigm Shift in Human Resource Management

I’ve been dreaming about the issues David Ulrich and colleagues’ new book, HR from the Outside In, deals with since the 1990s. Until this book came out, the ruling gods of Human Resources were recruiting, training, benefits and supporting the business. The obvious consequences were that HR managers and execs had no seat at the […]

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10 Stops for Employee Engagement

Please come to a complete stop before proceeding… Stop waiting for a magic moment to engage. Stop mistaking engagement as someone else’s job or responsibility. Stop conceptualizing engagement as a problem to be solved. Stop searching for a stronger business case for engagement. Stop thinking of employee engagement as an extra. Stop believing you need […]

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