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published by , on 30/07/2016

Par Melanie HACHE-BARROIS (HR strategist Oracle) Selon Perry Timms célèbre bloggeur RH anglais, les futurs profêtre des analystes, des anthropologues, des créateurs, et des explorateurs….Bon alors là, tout de suite, celasi effectivement, les analyses de données, la créativité, et la capacité à être un acteur du changement sont désormais des compétences essentielles de la fonction RH […]

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published by , on 11/07/2016

By Lucy Adams (The Disruptive HR Agency) As the death rattle of the Ulrich model gets louder, many HR professionals are asking the question “What is the next generation HR structure?” We have almost given up trying to find enough outstanding (and affordable) HR Business Partners. We continue to struggle to find and keep CofE professionals […]

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published by , on 05/07/2016

By Melissa Adjiputro (Marketing Analyst at Concentra Analytics) Review of Rupert Morrison’s book : Data-driven Organization Design. Based on talks from Peter Cheese, Chief Executive of the CIPD and Nathan Adams, HR Director at Aviva, during an HR event in the UK. It is clear why this book has garnered a lot of attention. It addresses one of […]

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published by , on 04/07/2016

Par Sia Partners Le Reverse Mentoring : privilégier la compétence à l’expérience Le Reverse Mentoring repose sur le principe du mentorat, mais dans un sens aytpique : le mentor est ici le moins expérimenté au sein de l’entreprise tandis que le mentee est généralement un cadre dirigeant. Ce type de mentorat est considéré comme inversé car les […]

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