Hacking HR to Build an Adaptability Advantage

Tagged "learning and development"

chris-grams's picture

Our hackathon team developed an unprecedented 138 mini hacks during Sprint 2.1. In this post, we’ll share a few of the contributions the hackathon guide team feels have great potential to be developed further into fully-formed hacks during Phase 3.

By Chris Grams on July 2, 2022
amanda-drescher's picture

The gist: New employees and their organizations each want employees to connect with existing organizational culture. Why not integrate experimentation and learning (a critical element of the adaptable organization's culture), into the onboarding process?

The rationale: Employees are most vulnerable to becoming enemies of adaptability during the onboarding process, a time...

By Amanda Drescher on June 18, 2022
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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
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There is no shortage of concepts, skills and models within HR, all of which aim to raise performance, engagement or both. While many are well researched have been around for 20 or more years, it's hard to find good examples of their evolution. Many of these ideas and...

By Bruce Lewin on June 8, 2022
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Leadership ability doesn't always correlate with the formal hierarchy. Moreover, top-down leadership appointments can produce unwanted side effects--like too much energy being expended in managing up. The challenge: find and empower the "natural" leaders within your organization. The solution: Develop a dynamic system for measuring an individual’s “natural leadership”—that is,...

By Gary Hamel on June 7, 2022