Tag Archives: HR

  1. The revolution will (not) be sanitised

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    February 24, 2014 by Neil

    This isn’t a HR revolution. It might have been, but it has been dumbed down, sanitised and ruined by mediocrity and consensus. It is time to move on, time to think again.

  2. Demand a little more from recruiters, and yourselves.

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    February 17, 2014 by Neil

    We can all sit and complain about people, in this case third party suppliers, not meeting our needs. But when do we take responsibility for our inability to articulate the value that we want them to provide? Each interaction has supply and demand. Make the most of the part that you can control

  3. A million small things

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    February 10, 2014 by Neil

    Culture is everything that we do within an organisation. It is how we induct, how we appraise, how we recruit, how we train. Culture isn’t separate, it isn’t some giant “thing”, it is merely the combination of a million small things. And if you want to change the culture, you need to start with the small things.

  4. The end of the manager

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    January 27, 2014 by Neil

    Are we seeing the end of the manager? As a specific purpose, as a power? Have we seen a shift …
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