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THE DIMINISHING VALUE OF TRADITIONAL PERFORMANCE REVIEWS

By June 10, 2019 Posted in Talent Management

“The difficulty lies not so much in developing new ideas as in escaping from old ones” – John Maynard Keynes Most companies recognize that human capital is an inestimably valuable asset and their most consequential source of cost, risk, innovation, productivity, knowledge, reputation and competitive advantage. It stands to reason, […]

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TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR PROFESSIONAL GROWTH

By September 20, 2018 Posted in Talent Management

This is your first day with your new employer.  The new employee orientation went well but you were surprised that the company did not have a buddy system in place.  You share your surprise with the HR department.  It would have been nice, you note, if they had assigned a […]

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Becoming The Leader That Attracts Followers

By April 10, 2018 Posted in Talent Management

Peter Drucker’s 1954 “The Practice of Management” proposes an elegant definition of effective management – “A manager sets objectives – A manager organizes – A manager motivates and communicates – A manager, by establishing yardsticks, measures – A manager develops people”.  Let’s fast-forward 64 years to 2018.  How much have we progressed? Think for a moment about the best […]

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Talent Management and the Workplace Environment

By April 2, 2018 Posted in Talent Management

The talent management cycle involves multiple distinct and interdependent processes including sourcing, hiring, developing, deploying and retaining human capital.  But what is the role of the workplace environment in talent management? In this interview, Dr. John Fleming examines the relationship in more depth. Dr. Fleming serves as Chief Scientist, Subject […]

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