Hacking HR to Build an Adaptability Advantage

Tagged "engagement"

stephen-remedios's picture

 

Its a well know fact thaty positivity and negativity are powerful feedback processes in human behavior. A powerful indicator of what is possible for an organization is the positivity/negativity ratio of feedback; that is, how many instances of positive vs. negative feedback we can observe in a human interaction...

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A cross-function process that routinely, collects from across the organisation ideas for meeting client expectations better then competitors and for closing the gap between current performance and the enterprise ambition - as articulated in values statements etc.  This would capture employees views of developments in the marketplace and potential...

By Huw Morris on June 15, 2013
monique-jordan_1's picture

1.  TITLE: Role Not Position

 

2.  SUMMARY:

Positions (and accompanying titles) are reflective of the rigid, hierarchical, fear-ridden and overly centralized organizations that [irrespective of the organization and by themselves] both set-up and reinforce non-adaptive behavior. 

What if we did away with traditional positions (and related...

By Monique Jordan on June 11, 2013
bruce-lewin's picture

This hack draws together the ideas and concepts behind the 5 other hacks submitted, see below for a list. It should be seen as a hack that ties the others together and considers their combined implications for the HR function as a whole.

Gary Hamel laid out a ...

By Bruce Lewin on June 8, 2013
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The idea of managers acting as a catalyst to better engagement within their teams is not new. Research typically suggests that managers are a major factor, if not the key factor in determining engagement outcomes. That said, manager's are often caught between a rock and a...

By Bruce Lewin on June 8, 2013