Top 16 Books for Human Resource and Talent Management Executives

Chart Your Course

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable (2002). It provides a comprehensive (yet very easy to read) summary of four decades of scientific research on human motivation, exposing a startling mismatch between what science knows and what business does. Human Resource Champions (1996). The post Top 16 Books for Human Resource and Talent Management Executives appeared first on Business Motivational Speaker|Team Building |DISC Training.

5 Reasons Why Emotional Intelligence Workshops Fail

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Goleman, in particular, suggested that EI includes self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management (Goleman, Boyatzis, & McKee, 2002). Leadership Development Workplace Issues Culture emotional intelligence Human ResourcesPosted in Leadership Development Workplace Issues In the 1990’s, Daniel Goleman and other authors introduced and popularized the concept of Emotional Intelligence (EI).

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Rookie Talent: Avoiding a Kodak Moment

Leading Blog

The largest, best-educated generation in history has become an under-utilized resource, vastly unprepared to move into positions of responsibility and leadership. Sarah Sladek started researching demographic shifts, talent turnover, and generation gaps in 2002. Human Resources During most of the 20th century Kodak held a dominant position in photographic film, and in 1976, had an 89% market share of photographic film sales in the United States.

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These Are the People You Need on Your Startup Team

Chart Your Course

In the days after the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX), a chief executive cannot hide behind the acts of the CFO. Culture Growing a Business Human Resource ManagementNew ventures, especially tech startups, have a character of their own. Often the leader is brilliant and quirky and the team is passionate and driven. This is one reason that the Zuckerberg centered movie “The Social Network” made more than $200 million.

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Author Branham On Trust, Exit Interviews And Why Employees Leave

Eric Jacobson

Then came Enron, Worldcom in 2002, then the crash of 2008 exposed the depth of corruption. Leigh Branham Management Leadership Books Leadership Human Resources Exit Interviews Eric Jacobson on Leadership and Management Employee Surveys General Management SkillsOver the past year, 1,000 people who left an employer told author Leigh Branham the reasons for why they left.

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Substitute Doctors Are Becoming More Common. What Do We Know About Their Quality of Care?

Harvard Business

physicians working as locum tenens has risen steadily from an estimated 26,000 physicians in 2002 to 48,000 physicians in 2016, or approximately 5% of the physician workforce. Ultimately, our goal should be to build systems that enable substitute physicians to consistently deliver high quality, high value care, that does not differ from their colleagues’ Personnel policies Knowledge management Human resource management Healthcare Digital Article

The Problem with Using Personality Tests for Hiring

Harvard Business Review

Sara Rynes, Amy Colbert, & Kenneth Brown conducted a study in 2002 to determine whether the beliefs of HR professionals were consistent with established research findings on the effectiveness of various HR practices. They surveyed 1,000 Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) members — HR Managers, Directors, and VPs — with an average of 14 years’ experience. Hiring Human resources

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?How to Make Diversity and Inclusion Real?

Harvard Business Review

Serendipitously, the day after I learned of his condition, a member of Campbell's OPEN network (our human resources network — a.k.a In 2002 and 2003, partnering with Catalyst , we took a hard look at ourselves. I actively supported our human resources network groups and several novel ideas that came from the nooks and crannies of the organization. Diversity Human resources Leadership

Six Things Your Company Has in Common with the Oakland A's

Harvard Business Review

In fact, I see at least six ways in which your organization, whatever it is, is like the 2002 A's, who won 20 games in a row and made the playoffs—though not the 2002 World Series —despite a very low payroll. But the A's didn't win the World Series in 2002, or any year since. Human resources Information & technology Talent managementI saw the movie Moneyball this weekend. It was very well done and enjoyable.

IBM Focuses HR on Change

Harvard Business Review

It's rare to find a corporate human resources function that accelerates change by actively finding ways to help drive new strategies. Prior to 2002, when Sam Palmisano became CEO, IBM had a series of feuding fiefdoms — 170 country units — each with its own policies, procedures, and processes. As former IBM CEO Lou Gerstner said, "Instead of grabbing available resources and authority, they waited for the boss to tell them what do; they delegated up."

StrategyDriven Professional Podcast Episode 1 – Standing Out Among Professional Peers, part 1 of 3

Strategy Driven

In addition to the incredible insights Wendy shares in Management Experience Acquired and this podcast are the resources accessible from her website, www.ManagementExperienceAcquired.com. With more than twenty-five years of human resource and management consulting experience, Wendy has spent most of her career at the University of Michigan.

Breaking Down the Freelance Economy

Harvard Business Review

But while there’s some evidence to back this up, such as the Census Bureau’s annual tally of “nonemployer businesses,” which shows a 29% rise from 2002 to 2012, government data on the phenomenon is pretty spotty. Economy Entrepreneurship Human resources The American workforce is now 34% freelancer, according to a new study commissioned by the Freelancers Union and the recently-merged Elance-oDesk. Well, sort of: 14.3

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StrategyDriven Professional Podcast Episode 3 – Standing Out Among Professional Peers, part 3 of 3

Strategy Driven

In addition to the incredible insights Wendy shares in Management Experience Acquired and this podcast are the resources accessible from her website, www.ManagementExperienceAcquired.com. With more than twenty-five years of human resource and management consulting experience, Wendy has spent most of her career at the University of Michigan.

Finding jobs for people with disabilities

HR Digest

Founded in 2002, disABLEDperson is a charitable organization that was created to increase the disability employment rate. states across 80 categories, including architecture, finance, human resources, IT, social services, retail, sales, writing, and more.

Moneyball and the Talent Mismatch Facing Business

Harvard Business Review

When I first read Moneyball: The Art of Winning An Unfair Game (the book that inspired the movie that opened this past weekend), I was struck by the similarities of the challenges that General Manager Billy Beane faced in 2002 to those that business employers face as they try to achieve the best returns on their talent investments. Human resources Productivity Talent management

Ending Gender Discrimination Requires More than a Training Program

Harvard Business Review

Using federal data on the workforces of 708 private-sector establishments from 1971 to 2002 and survey data on organizational employment practices, they found that efforts to reduce managerial bias through diversity training and diversity evaluations were the least effective methods of increasing the proportion of women in management. Diversity Gender Human resources

We Can’t Always Control What Makes Us Successful

Harvard Business Review

The 2002 movie Minority Report told the story of a future in which law enforcement could tell who would commit crimes in the future. Human resources Information & technology Talent management The police then arrested those people before they could commit the crimes. A good deal of work in the social sciences tries to do the same thing, albeit without clairvoyance or Tom Cruise.

StrategyDriven Podcast Episode 42 – Acquiring Management Experience

Strategy Driven

In addition to the incredible insights Wendy shares in Management Experience Acquired and this podcast are the resources accessible from her website, www.ManagementExperienceAcquired.com. With more than twenty-five years of human resource and management consulting experience, Wendy has spent most of her career at the University of Michigan.

What’s the Effect of Pro-LGBT Policies on Stock Price?

Harvard Business Review

At the same time, we began working with the Human Rights Campaign, which in 2002 had created the Corporate Equality Index (CEI) , the national benchmarking tool on corporate policies and practices pertinent to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender employees. Organizational competency in LGBT inclusion (such as providing diversity-training programs, an employee resource group, or a diversity council that includes LGBT issues) (+20 pts).

StrategyDriven Professional Podcast Episode 2 – Standing Out Among Professional Peers, part 2 of 3

Strategy Driven

In addition to the incredible insights Wendy shares in Management Experience Acquired and this podcast are the resources accessible from her website, www.ManagementExperienceAcquired.com. With more than twenty-five years of human resource and management consulting experience, Wendy has spent most of her career at the University of Michigan.

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5 Tips For Brand Survival In Today's Social Climate

Eric Jacobson

Since 2002, she has served as a judge for the Web Marketing Association’s annual web award competition; and she’s been included in the "Top 100 Branding Experts" list to follow on Twitter @DebbieLaskeyMBA. All aspects of business have been affected from technology to human resources to marketing. I met Debbie Laskey in 2009, when we worked together virtually for MicroMentor, Debbie in California, and me in Kansas. Here’s Debbie’s brief bio.

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Social Networking and Organizational Design

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2002). Tim Vanderpyl is a Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) with Canada’s largest catholic healthcare organization. Hierarchies rely on job titles to command the attention of others. Social networks thrive on the social ingenuity and influence of the individual people in the network. Intuitive 21st Century organizational designs will allow this inevitable influence to happen and reward those who thrive on it, not punish them.

StrategyDriven Editorial Perspective – Gather Ye Sugar Plums While Ye May; Your Personal Discretionary Budget will be Impacted by Washington

Strategy Driven

in 2002 to $854.00 With more than twenty-five years of human resource and management consulting experience, Wendy has spent most of her career at the University of Michigan. A member of the Society of Human Resource Management, she received a leadership award in 2002 from the Midwest College and University Professional Association for Human Resources. in 2002 to $854.00 Spend well this Christmas/Holiday Season and be merry.

Be More Productive Now: Mindful Strategies for Increasing Performance

Strategy Driven

Rasmus has a Master’s degree in Organizational Development & Adult Learning and degrees in Philosophy and Human Resources. She has worked across a range of industries including retail, government, transport, oil and gas, and human services. Notes : Harvard Business Review, “Beware the Busy Manager,” February 2002.

StrategyDriven Editorial Perspective – The Ugly Truth About Partisan Public Project Labor Agreements

Strategy Driven

With more than twenty-five years of human resource and management consulting experience, Wendy has spent most of her career at the University of Michigan. A member of the Society of Human Resource Management, she received a leadership award in 2002 from the Midwest College and University Professional Association for Human Resources.

The 3 Types of Diversity That Shape Our Identities

Harvard Business

Since the 1980s, most global companies have developed diversity and inclusion policies led by human resources. The most frequent include: assessment tools (climate surveys, statistics monitoring, minority targets), human resources programs (flexible policies, mentoring or coaching), communication campaigns, and training programs. In 2002 the company hired a chief diversity officer, Anand Rohini, to make diversity a priority. Dorling Kindersley/Getty Images.

Making Diversity Central to Success: Q&A With Chevron’s Chief Diversity Officer

HR Digest

Since 2002, Chevron reports a 68 percent increase in the number of women and minorities in senior leadership and executive positions. L-R) Chevron's Global HR Team: Rhonda Morris, VP and Chief Human Resources Officer; Lee Jourdan, Chief Diversity Officer; Brian Chase, Manager of Strategy and Planning, Global Diversity. Diversity is an overused word, but at Chevron it’s a perfect description of its corporate culture. How did it happen?

Coaching for Behavioral Change

Marshall Goldsmith

1 For a study on the effectiveness of this process with internal coaches in GE Financial Services, see “Leveraging HR: How to Develop Leaders in ‘Real Time’, in Human Resources in the 21st Century, M. 4 “Try Feedforward, instead of Feedback” originally published in Leader to Leader, Summer 2002. by Marshall Goldsmith. My mission is to help successful leaders achieve positive, long-term, measurable change in behavior: for themselves, their people and their teams.

How to Create Remarkable Teams PART 2 – Collaboration

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This is quite challenging as it either never feels like there is enough time to dedicate to learning or it feels like an unproductive use of available resources. When human learning slows down, people tend to lose creative and problem solving capacity. E.g. take a team of developers to tour an abattoir, take the human resource team to a museum exhibit on ancient Egypt, or take legal on an outing to a flower show.

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An Insider’s Account of the Yahoo-Alibaba Deal

Harvard Business Review

The number of internet users in China stood at roughly 5 million in 1999 but grew to 40 million in 2002, by which time it was clear that Yahoo was not getting the traction that local Chinese internet companies were seeing. search engine company Inktomi in 2002. We also had the financial resources to help Alibaba weather the days of offering auctions for free as it attempted to compete against eBay. Only legal, finance, and human resources still reported back to headquarters.

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