Director of the Centre for Performance-led HR at Lancaster University Management School

Hackathon Public Profile

5 years 6 months ago
Hi Nigel You're absolutely right - so the key is to use a "rich questioning" approach to get to what the real "best practice" is... and as you show here, the best practice is not using assessment c... More
5 years 6 months ago
Hi Nigel, Gemma Good to caution that being "down" on best practices carries risks and should not mean rejecting all notions of pre-worked solutions.... I wonder if everyone would be best served if ... More
5 years 6 months ago
There has been a lot of work on innovation, and what becomes more important in  open collaborative innovation processes. However, to me, this forms part of a much broader business trend to work m... More
5 years 6 months ago
Hi Martin I think Louise Beardmore, HRD at United Utilities, is talking about EfS work on Transformational engagement at the next Guru meeting, but the EfS website below is a useful source of pract... More
5 years 6 months ago
5 years 6 months ago
Hi Sue and Bruce, You are spot on here that there is a new imperative to collaborate – and that need for collaboration might be to foster innovation but of course can be for all sorts of other co... More
5 years 6 months ago
5 years 6 months ago
Hi Martin and team I like the idea of storytelling and strategic narrative. Some learning from the field of employee engagement about the types of narrative needed... In the UK's Engage for Suc... More
5 years 6 months ago
Hi Tim and team I really support what you are saying here. Best practice can be the bane of HR. One way of arguing against the temptation to assume best practice is to think about creating value,... More
Page 1
paul-sparrow's picture

There has been a lot of work on innovation, and what becomes more important in  open collaborative innovation processes. However, to me, this forms part of a much broader business trend to work more collaboratively. I want to broaden out our thinking about the management of innovation by looking at...

By Paul Sparrow on September 12, 2013