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  • We need HR to succeed. Really.

    During my two last gemba visits in two different companies, the HR Director was with the leader on the shop floor. This is a major step forward. What are the deep roots that will, in time produce more competitive products? How do we get better fruit, in other words? The management teams sta...

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  • How Will Leaving The EU Impact HR & Employment Law?

    As with any legal system we would all no doubt welcome the opportunity to cherry pick a legal framework that is easy to navigate. This of course must be a system that provides the necessary protection for people and organisations alike.There is no doubt that the EU has provided us with a legal (...

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  • How to Manage Up When You Have A Bad Boss  in the group Lean Leadership

    A recent Gallup poll found that half the people who leave their jobs do so not because they are working for a bad company but because they are working for a bad boss. If you’re trying to deal with a bad boss, you can at least take some comfort in the knowledge that you’re not alone. T...

    Tags: Blog, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Management, Workplace, Boss, HR, Lead from Within, Mangement, Success

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  • How HR Can Drive Innovation for Customer Satisfaction

    What is the purpose of Human Resource Management? Is it to administrate brains, send them letters and pay them? Or is it to connect brains, drive innovation and delight customers? The answer is both. Continue reading → Original: http://www.innovationexcellence.com/blog/2016/06/21/how-hr-c...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Creativity, Leadership, Management, People & Skills, Strategy, collaboration, customer focus, customer understanding, hcm, HR, Human Capital, Human Resources, people

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  • Business Transformation Is All About Feedback

      The purpose of a business is to create customers.Sharper performance results in more and happier customersThus… we aim to optimize performance, hence the business term: Performance Management. Sounds simple, but of course it isn’t. Humans have a lust for control and have dev...


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  • The End of Talent Management

    How can you attract, manage and retain talent in a modern organisation? Are the employers still the ones to decide, the ones in charge, the powerful puppeteers coordinating their talented staff top-­‐down? Or are the terms we are using already misleading us? All  those  questions&nb...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Jobs, Leadership, Cloud computing, HR, Human Resources, job sharing, SaaS

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  • Action Is the Enemy of Thought

    What’s the issue here? In the fast-paced world of today, we are urged to undertake ‘business at the speed of thought’ and become increasingly action orientated. Intuitively it makes sense to increase our speed of response in this rapidly changing environment. But, as we move t...

    Tags: Organization, Change, Strategy, Marketing, strategic thinking, sales, HR

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  • 7 Easy Ways to Support Your Leader in the group Lean Leadership

    When we speak about leadership, it’s not unusual to discuss the role of a leader in supporting others. But how often do we think about how we can support our leaders? Few people—if any—have it at the top of their mind, but it only makes sense. Success comes from partnership, co...

    Tags: Blog, Lead From Within, Leadership, Leadership Development, Management, Workplace, HR, Lead from Within, Success

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  • Creating Agile HR, Part 1: What HR Does

    One of the challenges as an organization becomes agile is what to do with HR and Finance. How can HR and Finance become more agile? In this series, I’ll address HR (Human Resources). (I’d actually started drafting this series a few months ago, but Diana Larsen pinged me with her note ...

    Tags: agile, MPD, agile HR, agile management, culture, HR, management, transition to agile, value

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  • The Only Capability That Matters: The Willingness And Ability To Learn | Becky Morgan | Industry Week

    “Research shows that over a million manufacturing jobs sit unfilled right now. That number is expected to increase to over 3 million by the end of this decade. A skills shortage is to blame, say most. ‘We need CNC operators, … Continue reading →Original: http://michelbaudi...

    Tags: Press clippings, Uncategorized, HR, Lean, Lifelong Learning, TPS, Training

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