Category: HR Analytics

Global Magazine Offering Special HR Issue in Partnership with HRTM

  Global is a free e-magazine featuring articles from the world’s best business schools. Global, in partnership with HR & Talent Management, is proposing a special HR issue of its magazine. It contains a selection of innovative and forward-thinking articles in the field of HR and behavioral sciences from leading business schools: Wharton, Insead, Harvard, London Business School,
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Three Uncomfortable Truths That Can Derail Your Organization

A previous HR & Talent Management article, “Millennials in the Workforce: Separating Fact From Fiction,” was based on an IBM study that dispelled five common misconceptions regarding the behaviors, habits, and expectations of working Millennials. However, the second half of IBM’s groundbreaking study, “Myths, Exaggerations and Uncomfortable Truths,” reveals that workers from every generation feel
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Six Practical Considerations before Building Competency Models – Part 2

This post has been contributed by Edward J. Cripe, President of Workitect, Inc. If you’d like to be a contributor, please contact us.   This is part two of a two-part series on building competency models by Edward J. Cripe. The first post can be found here.  Continuing in the six steps for building competency models: 4.  Choose “one-size-fits-all”
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Six Practical Considerations before Building Competency Models – Part 1

This post has been contributed by Edward J. Cripe, President of Workitect, Inc. If you’d like to be a contributor, please contact us. This is part one of a two part series on building competency models by Edward J. Cripe. The second post can be found here.  Job competency models describe what superior performers actually do on a job
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