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The mobilization of an organization’s human resources (HR) behind dynamic change is what strategic HR management is all about. A true catalyst for successful strategy execution is having in place an HR leader in the role of translator – the right-hand person to the CEO,...

The remarkable rise of women in politics shows that it is time for a different style of leadership, says Rosie Bailey, who provides five actions for HR practitioners. The rise of women in political leadership roles is a tell-tale sign that the glass ceiling has...

In the last couple of weeks I have taken you through my recipe for becoming an incredibly successful HR Business Leader which can be viewed as: “Building on an impeccable reputation a successful HR Business leader combines business and people fore-sights/insights to effectively implement innovative...

Written by JoAnn Corley One of the most satisfying professional events I experienced in 2015 was being invited to become a member of the IBM Futurist-Influencer Group representing the human resource-talent management space. This group actively has its ear to the ground exploring new ways to...

I had a big “ah-ha” recently that compels me to write this post. I’ll start with the light bulb thought. HR professionals have substantial opportunities to generate enhanced value, that can significantly impact their careers and companies in ways they may not be aware....

Leaders increasingly expect their HR and learning teams to deliver tangible value to support organizational strategy. They need action that delivers results. These teams should respond in ways that support and deliver high performance at the speed required by our organizations....

Cost management issues are a top priority for organizations—both currently and in the future, and according to both HR leaders and non-HR decision-making leaders. That is according to a study recently released by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), in association with Workday....