Hacking HR to Build an Adaptability Advantage

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This is a multi-dimensional mirror reflection of the co-authored “18 Black Holes” Hack, emerging during Innovating Innovation (In/In) MiX challenge.

The following

By Audrey Depeige on June 26, 2022
ulrich-nettesheim's picture

Why is HR not more actively involved in reinventing governance? It should be. If the marketplace changes faster than organizations can adapt, then impediments to speed of adaptation would be a great source for HR to add tremendous value. HR could be at the table defining purpose, roles and processes...

jon-ingham's picture

The most important things we produce in HR aren't easily measurable.  Take Gary's triangle of engagement needs - things at the botttom like attendance, compliance, obedience are easy to measure.  Things at the top like passion, pride, creativity, love aren't.  The result of trying to monetise HR outcomes is that...

By Jon Ingham on June 8, 2022
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, 2022
bruce-lewin's picture

HR has often struggled to demonstrate it's value, both in absolute terms and when compared to other functions. There is no shortage of research, commentary and writing on the subject, this piece from HR Magazine in 2007 sums things up well:


By Bruce Lewin on June 8, 2022