Hacking HR to Build an Adaptability Advantage

Tagged "openness"

alberto-blanco's picture

New HR guideline (effective immediately):

1.1

If you need to run an important meeting, or any meeting, don’t you dare to book our cold and boring conference room! Instead, invite participants to hold the encounter at your home. This way you will be enabling, rather than forcing, a spirit of...

By Alberto Blanco on July 1, 2013
julie-steel's picture

Often in organisations you can only access learning because of grade or role, or it is a reward, a corrective action or controlled gateway to X,Y,Z opportunities at work..  It reminds me of a pipeline that is switched on and off by HR with line managers who act as often poorly informed gate-keepers...

By Julie Steel on July 1, 2013
chris-grams's picture

Mozilla (of Firefox web browser fame) makes most of its internal meetings open to the outside world so its vibrant community can participate. Meeting details are shared on the website, and anyone can jump on calls, chats, etc.

While it is not likely that many typical organizations could operate...

By Chris Grams on June 7, 2013