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3 years 9 months ago
I think the proposed question makes an excellent addition to the Chintz Hack. Consider it updated! More
3 years 9 months ago
Thanks for the comments Peter. I believe that the Shared Services approach has been over played. It suits some organisations but too many have implemented it where it just doesn't fit. It can put... More
3 years 10 months ago
Hi Chris, I started this Hack with HR, as it is currently something I am doing in my own organisation, and I see it as a clear issue within many HR functions. There is nothing to stop a similar proc... More
3 years 11 months ago
3 years 11 months ago
I'm in! More
3 years 12 months ago
Radically review all of those processes that we slavishly follow in HR, or think of as 'best practice'.  Ask yourself what value they are really adding, and whether or not they could be holding y... More
4 years 1 month ago
If you don't tell people they can make suggestions, changes, innovate, then they won't.  They will just do what they have always done and wait for someone else to come along and take the lead.&nb... More
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Radically review all of those processes that we slavishly follow in HR, or think of as 'best practice'.  Ask yourself what value they are really adding, and whether or not they could be holding y
By Gemma Reucroft on July 17, 2013
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Radically review all of those processes that we slavishly follow in HR, or think of as 'best practice'.  Ask yourself what value they are really adding, and whether or not they could be holding you / the organisatoin back.  Think job evaluation, handbooks, exit interviews, employment policies etc etc.  If...

By Gemma Reucroft on July 1, 2013
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If you don't tell people they can make suggestions, changes, innovate, then they won't.  They will just do what they have always done and wait for someone else to come along and take the lead.  People need to given permission to adapt and then learn that they won't get a...

By Gemma Reucroft on May 13, 2013