Posts tagged develop
HR strategic disasters have this 1 link in common...

In fact, the secret of success is linked to the quality and depth of the analysis and thorough understanding of the organisation, the HR function and the 'mood' of the stakeholders (both internal and external) as well as the organsiational macro position. These are just some of the areas for deep analysis that cause catastrophic problems.

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HR is invaluable! HR makes a difference (says Lord Coe)

We often take the self critical route and think we aren't doing enough or the right things but then someone comes along and reminds us, we can do some great things.

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Shrinking the talent pool? HR, Leadership and Gen 'Y' - 3 strategies for a fresh approach

Thinking HR MD John FIllingham talks about the weekly news in the HR field and the discussion on Generation 'Y' and how we could be shrinking the talent pool.

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3 things HR definitely isn't doing enough of in Talent Management - do you agree with no. 2?

Take a look at what John the Exec MD of Thinking HR has to say on the subject.. you know he's going to say something BOLD. Take a quick glance at his video summarising some of what's been raised this week.

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BE Safely BOLD? 5 handy tips as Chairman of John Lewis says forecasting is the key to talent management success

Charlie Mayfield talks about the need to forecast and fear of the future is causing inertia.

I say Bold is the way to go, but WHAT MAKES BOLD a SAFE BOLD NOT CRAZY?

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The 4 main reasons why HR doesn't develop ITSELF - What do you think about number 3?

'I was bewildered to read recent research from Korn Ferry highlighting that a staggering 47% of companies are not offering leadership programmes to members of the HR function, with a similar number reporting that HR professionals are not considered for high potential programmes.

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