Preeti Haldipur

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How to Build a Creative Workforce and Workplace?

<b>Hire Mindset; Build Capability, Harness Creativity.</b><p>People are the most invaluable asset in business, at the age of digital, it is, even more, true …

15 different roles HR can play. On 1: The Accelerator

2015 will be a year with many opportunities for HR.<br>Some roles for HR in 2015, to increase the impact of HR.<p>1. The Accelerator<p>Speed is of utmost …

Executive Summary of IFTF White Paper -The Future of Work Skills in 2020

IFTF (the Institute for the Future) uses foresight as a starting point with a process called Foresight to Insight to Action, a process that enables …

Creating People Advantage 2014-2015: How to Set Up Great HR Functions

Connect, Prioritize, Impact<p>By , , , , , , , , , and<p>Over the past several years, talent management has been consistently rated as one of the HR …

Why Career Development And Advancement Aren’t The Same Thing

If your employees are getting bored and restless, it might have less to do with promotion opportunities, and more about their development.<p>Every once in a while someone says something that shakes you out of a deeply held assumption.<p>That happened to me a while back when listening to Ximena Baez, a …

Employee Engagement

Why Managers and HR Don’t Get Along

Have you ever noticed how ambivalent line managers are about the Human Resources function? On one hand, most of them want their HR people to be involved in key strategic decisions; on the other, they want to make sure that whatever they do is not perceived as an “HR program.” Managers often rely on …

What It Will Take to Fix HR

In the July/August issue of <i>HBR</i>, Ram Charan argues that the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) role should be eliminated, with HR responsibilities funneled in two separate directions — <i>administration</i>, led by traditional HR-types, reporting to the CFO; and <i>talent strategy</i>, led by high-potential line …

It’s Time to Split HR

It’s time to say good-bye to the Department of Human Resources. Well, not the useful tasks it performs. But the department per se must go.<p>I talk with CEOs across the globe who are disappointed in their HR people. They would like to be able to use their chief human resource officers (CHROs) the way …