Employee engagement is the fuel of an organisation. There are many good examples of companies that have achieved great results when it comes to an engaged culture. According to Mandy Flint and Elisabet Vinberg Hearn’s in their new book Leading Teams...
Today's business leaders are under increasing pressure to be both lean and competitive, which means that every function must contribute to the organisation being more successful. With regard to human resources, this means that the HR function ought to think and...
Organisations rate themselves poorly when using HR data to predict workforce performance and improvement. According to a Deloitte survey, while 78 percent of companies rated HR and talent analytics as important, 45 percent rated themselves “not ready” when assessing their...
According to Jermaine Haughton od CMI, the trust displayed throughout all levels of your organisation can be make or break in determining its growth, productivity and culture. Trust is a unique quality built over a period of time, but can...
  Bob Bennett, Vice President and Chief Learning Officer at FedEx Express, in his presentation, Putting the PIECES! Together: Developing an HR Strategy that Works for Business in the CLO Symposium Conference explained: “the people that make up that organisation are...
This Cass Business School research explores key findings from case studies: Context: The interpretation of intellectual capital reports requires an understanding of the contexts in which the reporting organisation operates. Value creation: Explicitly managing brand value focuses the attention...
  In a recent CEO survey by HBR, Robert Kaplan, the Conference Board, and the Journal of Change Management identify strategy execution as one of their respondents’ top challenges. In fact, many agree that executing a strategy is more important...
HR should take a leadership role by embracing human capital measures and bring together different parts of the business to meet challenges and drive business results In linking human capital to business performance HR should: Pay attention to the composition...
HR initiatives that look good on paper may turn out to be ineffective and or derailed when implemented because they conflict too much with company realities
Professor Chris Higson explores the opportunities and challenges accountants face when attempting to measure and value human capital. He argues for the development of a business scorecard to help understand human capital in different settings; and explores the difficulty of...
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