By Ciro Pérez, President at Change Americas Why does an organization need to be agile? Markets and their conditions move with such high agility; any situation comes with multiple variables and interconnected elements which are hard to understand. At the same time, although explosive development of technology enables information to be accessible, it changes with…

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  HR’s Vital Role in How Employees Spend Their Time, Talent, and Energy  by Eric Garton in Harvard Business Review HR’s value and efficacy is a favorite topic of debate in business. Complaints about HR include things from weak, reactive business partnering to poor talent recruitment and development, from time-wasting processes to incomprehensible communications. I don’t intend to…

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By Carlos Pardo, CEO of Meta4 2016 has been a year of great challenges for HR management and digitization, unquestionably, has been one of them. The well-known international firm, Deloitte after conducting a large global survey concluded in their article Digital HR: Revolution, not evolution that: “This new world of digital HR is arriving fast, but,…

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Discover here the must-read HR articles of 2016! This Is A Great Time To Be In HR By Dave Ulrich in LinkeIn We see four forces making HR more central to business success: the context of business (STEPED: social, technological, economic, political, environmental, and demographic changes), the increased pace of change (VUCA: volatility, uncertainty, complexity,…

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In the third decade of the 21st century, positions of power in major organizations will be held by people who graduated after the year 2000. Some of these will barely be aware of memories from the 20th century. Right now, key leaders of the next decade are already working in our organizations, climbing up the…

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The life of human beings on earth has always been vulnerable, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. The difference between today and earlier times is that we are more aware due to the technical means available which—among other things—place real-time information within our reach. Such circumstances allow us to coin a term -V (Vulnerability) U (Uncertainty) C…

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Business innovation is regarded as the key driver for competitive differentiation in the new market and business areas of the knowledge economy. As managers, leaders and entrepreneurs, we face markedly different realities from the circumstances that gave life to the predictable, stable and mellow settings of the industrial age. The transition to new practices and…

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  What makes a generation…a generation? by Stefanie Stanislawski M. @sstami8 in HRN.blog A lot has been said about Millennials in the workplace. Some people still believe this is a hype subject without a real impact on the company’s long term strategy. About 5 years ago I was in my living room with my dad,…

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Economic slumps that periodically shake the world spur the drive to rethink issues that seemed peacefully embraced. One of the concepts that we must rethink, even if downturns linger on, is engagement. For a long time, engagement was tantamount to unhesitatingly staying put in a particular professional, personal or familiar position. Someone who was engaged…

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Using Design Thinking to Embed Learning in Our Jobs, by Josh Bersin in Forbes Since we now expect learning to be as simple and compelling as watching YouTube, hundreds of video-based content providers and MOOCs offer free bite-sized content for us to consume on our phones while sitting in the coffee shop or standing in…

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