Four Tips to Raise your Leadership Bar
By Brigette McInnis-Day
A new study finds more than half of executives worldwide agree that problems with talent and skills are affecting business performance. In other words, a company's level of revenue growth is affected by how well -- or poorly -- they are developing all of their talent, especially that of their leaders.
Going World-Class (for Less)
By Jill Cueni-Cohen
New research shows that world-class HR organizations excel at efficiency while also spending less than typical HR organizations. What's their secret?
Addressing Internal Competition
By William Atkinson
While some companies seem to thrive on internal (employee-to-employee and/or department-to-department) competition, others seem to do much better with a focus on collaboration. Which approach makes more sense? The answer is not a simple one.
A North Star for HR Executives
By Chris McSwain and Dr. Bruce Sherman
Today's HR leaders need to approach their profession more holistically, partnering with other functions across the organization to meet business goals and focusing on five key criteria -- like the points of a star -- to guide them.
Don't Blow Up HR, Appreciate and Evolve It
By Dave Ulrich
For the last 20 years, the war for talent has been the dominant metaphor for HR. But now many HR leaders are looking beyond winning the talent and focusing their attention on the organization and business.
How HR Can Remain Relevant in the Freelance Economy
By Jason Averbrook
The strategic use of freelance talent will gain momentum as processes emerge to help organizations shop for workers with specific skill sets. Technology will make the transaction side of the equation frictionless, so where does that leave HR?