Hacking HR to Build an Adaptability Advantage

Tagged "peer collaboration"

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, 2022
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I have been asked to try to size a mini-hack shot of my previous awarded story about "Entangled Talents".

Challenge taken.

For those interested into the starting point details :



It is the occasion to give an update about this "Learning Organization For Tomorrow or LOFT ecosystem....

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Brief Overview – the notion is for functions in organisations to look at work from a completely different perspective.

Example – temporarily move all the work responsibilities from the 'supplier function' to the 'customer function' and vice versa but don't move any of the people.


By Keith Gulliver on June 13, 2022
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Brief Overview – the notion is that for organisations to be adaptable they will need to hire 'adaptable people' from diverse backgrounds, to work with their customers and clients. The traits of adaptability sought will be the same whichever organisation you work for. Organisations waste resources chasing and...

By Keith Gulliver on June 13, 2022
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All too often people wait till the dreaded annual appraisal cycle to sit across the table and get 'feedback'. It ends up being received defensively because it is used later in the conversation to justify or rationalize the performance rating for the year! The recipient gets a development plan based...