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1. The Rise of the Social Enterprise: A New Paradigm for Business

After a year of research and another enormous survey of business and HR leaders around the world, we just released the Deloitte Human Capital Trends 2018, entitled “The Rise of the Social Enterprise.” What we found, after detailed analysis of the data and many interviews with business leaders, is that business today is entering a whole new paradigm for management: one which considers a business less of a “company” and more of an “institution,” integrated into the social fabric of society…

By Josh Bersin in

2. HR Need Not Be Your Friend To Be Effective

Some have lately demeaned HR because they are “not your friend.” They claim HR has not been sufficiently supportive of employees in cases of misconduct or harassment—perhaps additionally implying that HR will not act in the employees’ best interest or do them any favors to help. At times, these allegations against HR are likely true; at other times, they miss the role of HR in ensuring both employee well-being and organization competitiveness. HR need not be your friend to be effective…

By David Ulrich in LinkedIN

3. Research Reveals ​the Difference Between Disruptive and Radical Innovation

“If you went to bed last night as an industrial company, you’re going to wake up this morning as a software and analytics company.” Jeff Immelt, former CEO of General Electric. The second wave of digitization is set to disrupt all spheres of economic life. As venture capital investor Marc pointed out, “software is eating the world.” Yet, despite the unprecedented scope and momentum of digitization, many decision makers remain unsure how to cope, and turn to scholars for guidance on how to approach disruption…

By David Antons, Jermain Kaminski, Torsten Oliver Salge and Christian Hopp in LinkedIn

4. The Painful Cycle of Employee Loneliness, and How It Hurts Companies

Loneliness is a painful and pernicious emotion. Defined as “a complex set of feelings that occurs when intimate and social needs are not adequately met,” loneliness is different from depression, being alone, or feelings of solitude. It has more to do with a person’s quality of social relationships rather than their quantity…

By Sigal Barsade and Hakan Ozcelik in

5. 25 Exhilarating Quotes by Great Female Leaders

Tired of opening motivational quotes blog posts only to find little to no female representation? Me too. The business world is full of strong women who’ve shown up, done the work, and inspired us all. To celebrate their incredible minds and contributions, I’ve put together a list of 25 quotes by amazing women whose words encourage me to push a little harder, speak up a little louder, and swap doing for dreaming. I hope they do the same for you…

By Meg Prater in

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