Strategies for Dealing with AI (and other Disruptive Tech) in HR?

There is a lot of hype around AI in HR. While it sometimes seems that vendors are simply using the term “AI” to sow confusion, you only have to see AI’s ability to translate languages or have human-like conversations...

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‘Disruptive Innovation’ Not Mutually Exclusive

By Irfan Khan Can disruption and innovation go hand-in-hand? I often wonder about this, as I hear the word ‘disruption’ quite often. Over time, I have come to understand that disruptive innovation is characterized by two attributes. One, the new...

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The Four Keys to Increasingly Complex Change

By Murad Salman Mirza The dilemma of harvesting rich rewards while balancing the risks of marginalization/capitulation makes the prospect of change enticing as well as ominous in the inherently agile digital world. Change is no longer interpreted in terms of being...

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Where Does the Greatest ‘Disruptive’ Potential Lie for HR?

Brooke Backlund human resources advisor, Cariboo Pulp & Paper Company Brooke Backlund’s energy and drive differentiates her as a young professional. As the human resources coordinator at Cariboo Pulp & Paper Company, Brooke is also a member of the HRMA Northern Advisory...

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The ABCs of Disruptive Communication: From Mission Statement to Mantra

By Kristin Zehnder, CHRP Picture the following. It’s Monday morning and Sally is eager to begin her week by leading a team meeting to refresh the company’s mission statement.  While this meeting presents a challenging opportunity for Sally, it is apparent...

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CEO TalkBack: HR’s Role in the Perfect Storm

By Natalie Michael, CHRP As a leadership coach, one of the things I think about most often is the future and where the world of work is headed. Personally, I appreciate the fact that I can work with clients from...

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Disruption: HR for Challenging Times

By Nancy Painter Change surrounds us. The world has changed in every conceivable—and previously inconceivable—way within a generation. Some changes we take in stride:  the weather has changed since last week, our colleague is in a better mood today than yesterday,...

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Geoff Colvin: Face-to-Face with the Future

When Geoff Colvin speaks, as he does daily on the CBS Radio Network, people listen. When he writes, as with his most recent book, Humans Are Underrated: What High Achievers Know That Brilliant Machines Never Will, people read. Regardless...

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