- All hail the HR leader of the future
HR leaders of the future will need to exhibit personal proficiency and excel in a specific number of business domains. In the first of a two-part series, Craig Donaldson speaks with Dave Ulrich and other HR gurus from around the world about what the HR leader of the future will look like
- Talent management as viable as ever part II
In this second part of a three part article, Allan Schweyer looks at the evolution of talent management and its importance for HR
- Anchoring change in tough times
The current economic crisis is a time of great change, and with change comes opportunity, writes David Creelman
- Let’s redress the stress mess
Times are tough and as demands press on employees to balance tighter budgets and battle in more competitive workplaces, pressure also builds for HR departments to help ease their employees’ woes.
- Helping companies become chameleons
Adapting systems and responses within an organisation in response to the credit crunch – from retraining to redundancies and communicating change – has become an integral part of the HR role, writes Sarah Sharples
- Executive games
The fear of losing face in boardroom meeting can often lead executives to stay quiet on issues when they speak up. This can mean important issues are not being dealt with. Paul Donovan explores the telltale signs of executives avoiding issues and what HR can do to stop it.