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4 years 11 months ago
What obstacles did CEMEX remove along its journey to a more 'social,' collaborative organization? For example, did CEMEX change incentives structures? Did it shift expectations for people managers? Di... More
5 years 2 months ago
This reminds me of the work being done by companies like P&G to redesign roles to be more project-based. Work is no longer a continuous, 8-hour daily operation (unless you're producing x cookies/day).... More
5 years 4 months ago
Hey guys. Loving this hack as a way to bring in unique perspectives and build a truly 'diverse' organization. I think, for the test/rapid prototype section, an interesting idea may be to start this wi... More
5 years 5 months ago
Frank - Totally agree that the 'cloud' has opened up new opportunities for systems, especially as it relates to agility, flexibility, integration, and the availability of data. A wonderful road ah... More
5 years 6 months ago
Thanks for the comment, Nigel. I agree with you completely - the HRIS should not stand alone. I believe there is data available in today's HR information system that would be useful to the entire o... More
5 years 7 months ago
I like this thought, Sean. 'Play' in our work environments could help us solve tougher problems, with more creativity, leading to better outcomes. The word 'play' is great...pushes us to use the cre... More
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In addition to HR Information Systems, this hack also impacts Talent Deployment and Org Development. When pondering how the elimination of job titles/descriptions might work, system enableme... More
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Your thoughts are fascinating, Malcolm. I believe that organizations (businesses specifically) have a lot of talented, passionate individuals yearning to make a difference. The expectation that we s... More
5 years 7 months ago
I really like what you're moving towards here, Julien. I would add that the purpose statement can (and should be) identified and articulated by employees rather than management. More
5 years 7 months ago
Another thing to consider here...'720 degree' feedback. I first read about this in 'HR From the Outside In' (Ulrich). This involves being open to feedback from customers...breaks down those 'sacred'... More
5 years 7 months ago
I think education is a start...and the next step is to expect and reward creativity (not only for HR, but all employees). We should create an environment where creativity isn't only taught, but e... More
5 years 7 months ago
Sure! Great addition. The elimination of boxed-in titles and job descriptions sets the tone for the agility that innovation requires. More
5 years 7 months ago
Nothing sets the tone for adaptability like the elimination of job titles.  People work in roles that play to and elevate their strengths, moving seamlessly as business adjusts.  More
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We need a system that enables rapid teaming and problem solving in our new reality – a world of ever-increasing complexity, uncertainty, and change.
By Matt Frost on July 17, 2013
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In addition to HR Information Systems, this hack also impacts Talent Deployment and Org Development.

When pondering how the elimination of job titles/descriptions might work, system enablement came to mind.  

Let's face it - today, few outside of HR log into an HR Information System.  It's not useful for...

By Matt Frost on June 12, 2013
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Nothing sets the tone for adaptability like the elimination of job titles.  People work in roles that play to and elevate their strengths, moving seamlessly as business adjusts. 

By Matt Frost on May 31, 2013