Posts Tagged "future of hr"


Yesterday morning the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) released its latest research findings entitled, “The Future of HR – The Transition to Performance Advisor”. The report is based upon qualitative and quantitative data gathered through surveys and interviews with hundreds of the most preeminent HR leaders in the world. The research is generally a good read and the quotations from many reputable CHROs will corroborate...

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The Future of HR


Posted By on Aug 11, 2010

For those of you who aren’t aware, I was actually born in Wisconsin and spent many of my formative years in a suburb of Milwaukee. Last week I returned to my home state, a nostalgic visit that reminded me of what nice, honest, hard-working people occupy America’s Dairyland. And at the invitation of the good professor Matt Stollak, I was asked to provide the closing keynote at the Wisconsin State SHRM 2010 Leadership...

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Well, it’s hard to believe that another SHRM Annual Conference has come and gone. And like last year’s event, we witnessed some of the same challenges and opportunities. But before I offer my thoughts on this year’s gala, let me suggest a few of the wonderful bloggers who provided fantastic coverage of SHRM 2010: Charlie Judy offered terrific coverage, including, What (the ‘f) were you thinking? A new calling...

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There is always a sense of melancholy that overcomes me when a long-planned event comes to pass. And in those quiet moments of reflection, I start to deconstruct what happened, itemize what I wish I could have done better and define what I’d like to see for the future. After this past weekend’s HRevolution event in Chicago, this is exactly the process that’s keeping me awake at night. What Happened It’s both...

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