Four Cornerstones to a Thriving Culture of Inclusion and Diversity

There is a strong business case for diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Organizations that are diversely inclusive are more creative and innovative, have employees that are more engaged, have a better understanding of local and global markets and,...

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Bridging Expectations: ‘Y’ Connecting Aspirations is Key

By Nilesh Bhagat, CHRP In July, the McKinsey Global Institute published what it believes to be five game changers for the US economy: opportunities which will leverage economic growth and renewal. Being a graduate not too long ago (and a...

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Organizational Health: Insights from McKinsey

By David Creelman It is always a pleasure when a leading consultancy like McKinsey&Company does research in the HR space because they bring credibility and a fresh perspective. Their recent book, Beyond Performance: How Great Organizations Build Ultimate Competitive Advantage...

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Business Success Lies Beyond Status Quo

By Nilesh Bhagat, CHRP Don Tapscott and Anthony Williams, in Wikinomics, explain how there is a fundamental shift in the way business is being done. They explain that being open, global in reach, peering and sharing are the new principles...

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Web 2.0: Increase Staff Satisfaction and Productivity

By Ian J. Cook, CHRP In 2011, lots of HR groups will be searching for the means to increase employee satisfaction AND increase productivity. According to a recent report by McKinsey Quarterly, part of the answer lies in the use...

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A War With Talent

By Ian J. Cook, CHRP, MA, MBA Is the war for talent over? With the latest economic crisis, rapid rise in unemployment and stable/stagnating business prospects, the predictions of dire people shortages seem over blown. While certain sectors and certain roles...

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