BOOK: Data-Driven Organization Design: Delivering Perpetual Performance Gains Through the Organizational System | Rupert Morrison

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The topic of organization design has received renewed interest as organizations transform in response to changing business contexts, workplaces, and the workforce. At the same time, firms seek ways to use data to guide decision-making. In this newly released second edition book (released October 26, 2021), Rupert Morrison covers topics ranging from identifying and collecting …

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Book: The Future of the Office: Work from Home, Remote Work, and the Hard Choices We All Face | Peter Cappelli

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As workers have gotten used to remote work over the past 18 months, a segment of these workers prefers to continue working remotely in a post-pandemic environment. At the least, many workers want flexibility in deciding their work location. However, executing a remote work strategy that captures the benefits of this model while mitigating the …

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BOOK: Excellence in People Analytics: How to Use Workforce Data to Create Business Value | Jonathan Ferrar & David Green

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Various sources, such as LinkedIn’s Global Talent Trends Report and Mercer’s Global Talent Trend Report, continue to reinforce how vital people analytics (PA) has become in many organizations. And while PA was once reserved for experts in the field, it has grown to become an essential capability (at least understanding how PA can be used) for HR and talent …

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BOOK: Remote Work: Redesign Processes, Practices, and Strategies to Engage a Remote Workforce | Chris Dyer and Kim Shepherd

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While remote work (RW) was on the rise before the pandemic, the COVID-19 crisis has cemented this work arrangement as a prominent and permanent fixture in the workplace. And as indicated through various reports, many workers increasingly desire RW, are willing to take a pay cut to get it, and will even leave their employer …

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Book: Wellbeing at Work | Jim Clifton and Jim Harter

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Although employee wellbeing (EWB) was a priority before the coronavirus pandemic, the crisis has made EWB and work-life integration non-negotiable for many workers. This newly released book suggests five critical components of EWB – career, social, financial, physical, and community (in that order). It offers ideas on how firms can help their workers thrive in each …

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Book: Redefining HR: Transforming People Teams to Drive Business Performance | Lars Schmidt

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As HR organizations and professionals continue to adapt their strategies, practices, and processes to fit a new world of work, this book (released January 26, 2021) provides practical ideas with insights from HR and talent professionals of firms at the leading edge of HR’s transformation, including Hubspot, Reddit, Stripe, Mastercard, Eventbrite, VaynerMedia, Asana. It includes …

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BOOK: Agile Workforce Planning: How to Align People with Organizational Strategy for Improved Performance | Adam Gibson

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As legacy strategic workforce planning (SWP) approaches continue to become less effective in an environment of constant change and unpredictability, the release of Adam Gibson’s new book on agile SWP is timely and much needed. Adam explains how firms can use agile SWP to align and reorganize talent quickly as business needs change. Various topics are covered, …

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Book: The Inside Gig: How Sharing Untapped Talent Across Boundaries Unleashes Organizational Capacity | Edie Goldberg & Kelley Steven-Waiss

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The internal gig economy, also known as the Internal Talent Marketplace (ITM), is a marketplace within an organization where employees, their skills, and their interests are dynamically matched to meet the organization’s talent needs. Whether it is a role, project-based tasks, or short-term assignment, an ITM model enables a firm to tap into its own …

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Book: The Upskilling Imperative: 5 Ways to Make Learning Core to the Way We Work | Shelley Osbourne

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As rapid technological innovation, economic conditions, and shifts in how and where work gets done continues to shorten the relevancy of skills, organizations are increasingly investing in workforce upskilling. To help guide these efforts, Shelley Osbourne provides insights on five main components of a learning culture so that organizations can close skill gaps. A few …

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Book: Proving the Value of Soft Skills: Measuring Impact and Calculating ROI | by Jack Phillips, Patti Phillips, Rebecca Ray

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According to the LinkedIn 2020 Workforce Learning Report, “soft-skills” or the essential interpersonal skills that make or break our ability to get things done, are becoming increasingly vital (more so than technical skills) to individuals and organizations. And as these skills become even more important in a post-pandemic world, I was especially excited to see …

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