Mar 22, 2017 | Barry Lawrence, HRCI Staff Writer
Josh Bersin: HR Must Embrace Less Hierarchy, More Agility
It’s time to shed old hierarchical models of human resource management that were founded in the 1930s and 1940s during the industrial revolution. Instead, says Josh Bersin, Principal and Founder of Bersin by Deloitte, more agile approaches are needed.
Mar 16, 2017 | Kerry Morgan, CMO of HRCI
It's Time for HR to Learn from Marketing's Journey
The human resource management function is changing. The pendulum has swung from HR’s focus on administration to an emphasis on HR practices that are aligned with C-level business goals and values. This is not unlike challenges recently faced in marketing, and there is much HR can learn from marketing’s recent journey to the proverbial "seat at the table."
Mar 14, 2017 | Holly Burkett, Ph.D., SPHR, HRCI Guest Blogger
The Evolution of Performance Management
There’s a growing wave of discontent with traditional performance management practices. The future of these tools to evaluate and motivate employee performance seems questionable. Still, companies spend 80,000 to 150,000 hours each year capturing objectives, cascading goals down through middle managers to individuals and facilitating annual reviews. Yet, a 2015 Deloitte survey with HR leaders found that 58 percent describe their performance management process as an ineffective use of time.
Mar 7, 2017 | Barry Lawrence, MBA, HRCI Staff Writer
Employee Experience: A High-Performance Advantage
Creating an ideal workplace and employee experience are essential for organizations seeking higher levels of performance from employees. But what, exactly, does the ideal employee work experience look like?
Mar 3, 2017 | John Lunde, HRCI Chief Business Development Officer
Make Your Organization Part of the HRCI and Professional Development Community
Most readers of this blog are familiar with HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®) credentials as a professional development plus. Many HR leaders, too, hire only HRCI-credentialed practitioners for their proven organizational impact.