Right now, Silicon Valley companies and other start-ups are leading the way when it comes to delivering consumerized employee experiences and cultural agility. But such an approach to HR is actually available to any company, regardless of size or industry. There are HR models and blueprints available to your company that can help you attract, develop and retain top talent more effectively and consistently.
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Content: Article | Authors: Francisco Puertas, Himanshu Tambe | Source: Accenture | Subject: Human Resources
Companies have perfected collecting data on consumers to boost sales and customer loyalty. But to date, they have had little insight into how employees interact with each other and what makes them happy or successful at work. A new generation of emerging technologies promises to change that. Boosting EQ as well as IQ. Resulting in a much more engaged, more productive workplace.
Content: Article | Authors: Brian Payne, Colin Sloman, Himanshu Tambe | Source: Inc. Magazine | Subjects: Human Resources, IT / Technology / E-Business, Management, Organizational Behavior
Digital technology is changing the face of human resources. Top-performing HR organizations will likely respond by becoming smaller, less centralized and more project-oriented. Expertise in marketing and analytics will be highly valued. New ways to identify, attract and nurture talent could proliferate, with more emphasis given to workplace culture.
Content: Article | Authors: Catherine Farley, David Gartside, Himanshu Tambe, Maureen L. Brosnan, Susan Cantrell | Source: Accenture | Subject: Human Resources
For years, the human resources function has shouldered much of the responsibility for managing people, but it has often had to do so with too little real information and too segregated from the business. Talent analytics can change all this—revolutionizing not only the practice of HR but also how insights about workforce performance can be derived and applied to achieve real improvements in business performance. … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Authors: Catherine Farley, David Gartside, Himanshu Tambe, Jill K. Goldstein, Maureen L. Brosnan, Omesh Saraf, Samir Raza | Source: Outlook Journal (Accenture) | Subject: Human Resources