HR Strategy

  • Lessons of leadership – steering the way for those who look ahead by

    From the banks on Wall Street to the coffee shop on the corner – unless a company has strong leadership it will be unlikely to survive a crisis such as the economic one that unfolded over the past 12 months.

  • When travel unravels – telecommuting will be a must by

    When oil prices begin to rise, HR will need to be proactive and revisit the idea of telecommuting, writes David Creelman

  • The shape of things to come – outsourcing accelerates by

    The recession has taught companies some valuable lessons. Allan Schweyer looks at how the lessons learned will change attitudes towards outsourcing, flexibility and cost-cutting

  • People profit … and how to measure it by

    A company’s employees are typically its largest expense, but often the least measurable when it comes to productivity and profit. Craig Donaldson looks at how HR can help a company measure what an employee is really worth

  • Taking transparency a step too far by

    Despite repeated calls for greater transparency within companies, there are instances in which it is appropriate to mind what you say, writes David Creelman

  • Building intangible value from the outside in by

    Recent history demonstrates that the intangibles of business – quality of leadership, the ability to make things happen quickly, a clear growth strategy, strong functional competencies and brand recognition – matter in both bear and bull markets. Dave Ulrich and Norm Smallwood explain why

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