HRD issue 15.01

by 15 Feb 2017

Cover story: 2017 – The year of HR disruption
HRD looks at the biggest disruptive forces that will impact HR over the next 12 months in L&D, executive relationships, technology and leadership development


National HR Summit 2017
HRD interviews three speakers from the National HR Summit, all of whom are facing disruption head on: Masters Home Improvement, Envato and Coca-Cola

Change programs with teeth
Facing up to a year of change? The latest enabling digital tools are challenging traditional change management principles and methodologies, as Peter Szilagyi reports

Profile: A ‘fresh’ approach to leadership
Freshii opened its first 100 restaurants faster than Subway, Starbucks and McDonald’s. With the first restaurant now open in Australia, Iain Hopkins discovers the key to its global success

Calming stormy seas: Executive coaching
In periods of uncertainty it’s in the interests of both employers and employees to commit to professional development, and one proven option is executive coaching

Dotting the I’s and crossing the T’s
With contracting increasing in popularity for workers and employers, how can HR create contracting relationships that are both value-adding and compliant?

Data breaches and HR
Several high-profile cases globally have highlighted the importance of preparing for data breaches. HRD looks at how serious the threat is and HR’s role in mitigating this risk