“Have you ever quit a job or left an entire career behind because it lacked meaning and purpose? I have. And it was the best decision I ever made. And it turns out, I’m not alone”.
By Kathy Caprino at Forbes.com
“(…)And yet, as most HR professionals know only too well, the greatest amount of time and attention often needs to be lavished on the areas of practice it’s all too easy to overlook: the everyday grievances, disciplinary processes and misconduct issues that if not managed correctly can prove corrosive to culture and often be devastatingly expensive”
By Jo Faragher at peoplemanagement.co.uk
“How information is communicated to employees during a change matters more than what information is communicated. A lack of audience empathy when conveying news about an organizational transformation can cause it to fail”.
By Patti Sanchez at Harvard Business Review
“Culture is crucial to business performance and reputation. Despite this, however, many HR directors still find it challenging to convince the rest of the C-Suite to commit significant investment to building a healthy, values-led culture”.
By Graham Massey at HRZone.com
“Emphasize people over process. Throughout the constant flux of changing roles and agile working, it’s vitally important that your organization retains an effective operational culture. Fundamentally people are at the crux of any major organizational change, whether it’s technology-driven or not.”
By Marinus van Driel at Talentculture.com