HR’s Role in the Digital Workplace: It’s Time for Reinvention, by Josh Bersin in TLNT.com
The human resources profession is at a crossroads. Over the last few years digital and internet technologies have radically changed the way we work, requiring a tremendous change in all areas of human resources. Our latest global research shows that business and HR leaders have three major challenges…
Human Capital Must Prepare for the Hyperconnected World of Work, by Edwin Mouriño-Ruiz
“The only sustainable competitive advantage is an organization’s ability to learn faster than the competition.”—Peter Senge. Technology is continuing to increase its capability and speed of change. It also is creating greater connectivity that makes globalization that much more relevant. Consider a few facts…
The Changing Role of the CHRO, by Bersin
To kick off the second day of Deloitte’s CHRO Academy event last week, Lisa Weber highlighted many of the challenges facing today’s HR leaders. If you don’t know Lisa, she previously served as Chief Human Resources Officer, Chief Administrative Officer, and President of one of the largest operations at MetLife. We are lucky to have her as an advisor to Deloitte.
Neuroscience of Learning, SuryaPMohapatra in the HR Tech Blog
This is the second article in a series of articles I am currently writing on the subject of ‘Learning’. In my first article titled ‘Born to lead’, I had shared some practical tips on how to inculcate the habit of life-long learning. In this article, I have chosen yet another aspect of learning, i.e., the neuroscience of learning.
So You Want to Be the Head of Talent Acquisition?, by Rob McIntosh in Ere.net
Over the last 20 years I have mentored and developed a lot of people both formally and informally. At some point the same question comes up around how do I become the head of talent acquisition? So with an article like this, I have to write a disclaimer up front: It’s perfectly fine if you don’t want to climb the corporate ladder in a talent leadership role.
How to Look for Emotional Intelligence on Your Team, by Claudio Fernández-Aráoz in HBR
Of all the ways to test for emotional intelligence, the marshmallow test might be my favorite. You put a child in a room, set one marshmallow in front of her and explain that, if she’s able to wait 10 minutes before eating it, she’ll get an extra marshmallow to enjoy. Then you leave her alone.