How To Win (Not Just Fight) The War For Talent, by David Ulrich in LinkedIN Talent has been a primary agenda, if not obsession, for many general managers and human resource professionals for the last 20 years as captured in the maxim, “war for talent.” This talent emphasis has led to innumerable innovations in how…

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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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  3 Situations Where Cross-Cultural Communication Breaks Down by Ginka Toege and Jean-Louis Barsoux in HBR.com The strength of cross-cultural teams is their diversity of experience, perspective, and insight. But to capture those riches, colleagues must commit to open communication; they must dare to share. Unfortunately, this is rarely easy. In the 25 years we’ve…

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It is an indisputable fact that truly successful engagement management in organizations requires using technology to implement it. HR technology solutions must address several critical issues in order to function as enablers for the implementation of different processes. From our point of view there are ten key features that an HR technology solution must cover:…

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We live in an era of vast technological innovations, in fact big and fast ones. The new information technologies, the explosion of Big Data and advances in visual and language recognition technologies among others have lead to a new way of understanding the working world. We are undergoing the fourth industrial revolution which delivers imminent…

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This list of the 5 Best HR articles of the month will guide you through some of the trends affecting the workplace and the HR Professionals of the moment:   Why All the Individual Suggestions for Engagement Are Wrong by Paul Herbert. Whether we’re talking employees, channel partners or consumers, “engagement” is the holy grail of business….

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By Bettina Rodríguez Flick and Carolina Reynoso Butrón “The business models of each industry will be transformed”, this was one of the assertions that appeared in a recent video entitled “The Fourth Industrial Revolution” published by the World Business Forum. Indeed it’s spot on; we are living a historic moment, as organizations today are liquid, more agile, more…

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Read here our selection of the best HR articles of 2015!  EMPLOYEE RELATIONS – Key to HR Success!, by Ian Clive in his blog I am proud to be an EMPLOYEE RELATIONS professional – the key to trust, working together effectively and achieving mutually beneficial results! I have had various impressive HR titles and been…

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Today setting goals, strategies, and actions are rendered meaningless if this is not directly liked to results analysis and measurement. If you bear in mind that people are the most valuable asset for a company’s productivity, the need to integrate analytical processes in the HR function is becoming increasingly crucial to be able to successfully…

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12 Things You’ll Never Hear a Successful Person Say at Work, by Travis Bradberry in Inc.com You can’t build a strong professional network if you don’t open up to your colleagues; but doing so is tricky, because revealing the wrong things can have a devastating effect on your career. Sharing the right aspects of yourself…

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