On how today’s organizations tackle their need to get to know each one of their employees to personalize action plans, and thus, improve their employees’ work experiences, it is interesting to observe that HR is incorporating new work methodologies and tools taken from other disciplines, such as software, marketing or communications. Some worth mentioning are:…

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“A man too busy to take care of his health is like a mechanic too busy to take care of his tools.” Spanish Proverb Wellness: why and what for? Wikipedia explains that wellness is a term used to define a healthy balance between mental, physical and emotional levels, resulting in a state of general well-being….

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By Jesús Muñoz, QA Director at Meta4 Artificial Intelligence promises to be the next technological holy grail of our time—for some, perhaps the last one—and this has unleashed an intense race in innovation. The technology giants (Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft or Amazon) spend millions to establish themselves and progress in this field, but the battle…

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1. Agility: The New Response to Dynamic Change Agility has become the “capability du jour.” Agility is the ability to anticipate and/or quickly respond to emerging market opportunities. Agility combines being able to change, learn continually, and act quickly and with flexibility for both organizations and individuals. In a world of unrelenting change, agility matters at…

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It is increasingly evident that innovation emerges from converging disciplines. We have all heard success stories about teams made up of very different people. Therefore, when forming innovation teams, be they entrepreneurial or intrapreneurial, it is important to factor in their diversity as this encourages creativity. However, all that glitters is not gold, and diversity…

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  In this edition of our HR Talks, our expert, Betsy Kolkea discusses the value of managing talent by segmentation: ·         Why it makes sense to segment talent ·         Strategic importance of identifying critical talent ·         What kinds of segments you might create ·         Shaping different development strategies for each of your segments ·         Designing…

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Unquestionably one of the great technological revolutions of recent times has been Big Data, a concept that emerged to respond to the growing volume of data generated across all areas of society. According to the latest “Data Age 2025” study from Seagate published by IDC, the volume of data worldwide will increase 10 fold by…

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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…

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The first day of work is always hard. All newcomers tend to be eager and feel anxious, not only because they want to make a good impression or because they are afraid of making a mistake, but also due to what the process of joining a company entails for these workers that on average can…

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Over the last 25 years we have learnt more about how our brain functions than in the entire history of humanity. The new findings offer revealing truths for sciences such as medicine, as well as for social and administrative sciences. Technologies such as MRI, CT scans and electroencephalograms have allowed us to discover the brain’s…

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