Explore HCI's collection of curated research, white papers, case studies and infographics on trending talent management topics.
If a good spring cleaning puts energy back into your step, try applying it at work, too. When times are busy we all tend to let things like filing, organization and other non-urgent tasks go. Inefficiencies may also have crept into your ...Read more
What’s at the heart of the success of every organization? People. A company may be defined by its great products, but where do the ideas for those come from? People. It may be known for delivering a fantastic customer experience – ...Read more
Good coaches drive results, both on and off the field. At HCI, we’ve spent several years studying the effects of coaching in the workplace, and a results-driven coaching approach has more in common with the sports we love than you might expect.
Employee engagement is a big part of being a winning workplace. We know that because the statistics have been quoted at us time and again. But the relationship between engagement and performance is complicated.Read more
We’ve all felt it – the excitement, and then anxiety, that comes with undertaking a new initiative. The amount of information and resources available on given topic in today’s digital age can at first seem helpful, and quickly leave you feeling ‘where do I start?’
Organizations in ever-increasing numbers are striving to create a work experience that motivates employees, aligns these resources to business goals, and measures the impact of these efforts. Over the past two decades, employee engagement has ...Read more
Experts and researchers have warned for years about a looming healthcare talent shortage. Those warnings are now reality — and the consequences could be dire for organizations and the patients they care for.Read more
Support functions like Human Resources are essential to the smooth execution of an organization’s strategy and business model, but too often they fail to deliver. This is not because HR professionals and leaders are ...Read more
A survey conducted by IBM in 2015 highlighted that one of the biggest fears CEOs had was to be “Uber-ized” - having their industry get disrupted by a digital start-up that presents a transformative new model for how consumers utilize a service or product.
Recent surveys identify technological advances and labor demographics as the two global trends disproportionately of concern to CEOs. Together, these two trends highlight corporate leaders’ increasing concern about the availability of ...Read more
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“Digital” was just another name for “IT.” The CIO was not generally regarded as a strategic leader. And although huge shifts were occurring in the ways technology and information were used—think Web 2.0 and startups ...Read more
Remember when hourly jobs were easy to fill? That era is over. Today, the best workers have options — and they’re looking for more than just a job. This shift is leaving employers with two choices: Embrace a new way to engage talent ...Read more
As talent acquisition and human capital management continue to grow more complex, there’s opportunity for HR professionals to redefine their role as leaders within their organizations. Making that shift is definitely top-of-mind: According ...Read more
Optimizing a business model isn’t easy. What’s more, your resources may be limited requiring you to be more thoughtful when aligning your organizational design to your business model. You want to be sure you’re making provisions ...Read more
Where will you find the talent you need, when the demand for knowledge workers is growing at a compound annual rate of 60% between 2010 and 2015? The answers can be elusive, and the best data available to HR to make talent decisions is generally ...Read more
Raised during a backdrop of economic volatility, financial crisis and debt, millennials don’t want to fall foul of the same crippling conditions their parents did. They see it as their responsibility to fix the world their predecessors ...Read more
The first Legend of Zelda game for the NES was released in 1986, over thirty years ago.
In early March, Nintendo began selling their brand-new console, and with it, the latest Zelda installment: Breath of the Wild. Doing a side-by-side comparison, it’s astounding and impressive how far the video game industry has come.
Many organizations are seeking to strike the balance that Nintendo has, where they are always pushing boundaries and trying new things, but at the same time remaining true to their values and culture.
Today, more and more CEOs are focusing on talent diversity and inclusion to help drive innovation in their organisations and create competitive advantage. And with expectations of talent, customers and stakeholders continuing to grow, gender ...Read more
Everyone turns to HR to come up with a new policy. There is no doubt that many organizations have an employee handbook filled with policies that a human resource professional or attorney helped create. How many times is human resources blamed for coming up with the latest and greatest of employee policies. Now is the time to change that way of thinking.