Hacking HR to Build an Adaptability Advantage

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kubatova-jaroslava-kukelkova-adela's picture

We strongly belief, that the first prerequisite for adaptability of an organization is a flexible, adaptable even enlightened leader, who is a visionary with a clear mission of the organization in his/her mind.

He must believe in this mission, to be enthusiastic about it and then he would be able...

monique-jordan_1's picture

1.  TITLE: Role Not Position



Positions (and accompanying titles) are reflective of the rigid, hierarchical, fear-ridden and overly centralized organizations that [irrespective of the organization and by themselves] both set-up and reinforce non-adaptive behavior. 

What if we did away with traditional positions (and related...

By Monique Jordan on June 11, 2022

We hear a lot these days about corporate social responsibility. It's good - and a positive thing - that organisations are giving time to such matters - especially when money is tight and the demands of both the public and employees seem to be higher than ever. But the concept...

By Paul Deemer on June 11, 2022
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Change management and change initiatives in the broadest sense of the word are typically a combination of formal and informal activities and processes. Whilst change has traditionally been driven in a top-down fashion, new tools and techniques are emerging that help create a complementary, bottom-up approach. Methods such as ...

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