Webinar: Imagining Work Without Jobs | MIT Sloan Management Review

Podcast | Webinar Workforce Planning

In this new one-hour on-demand webinar conducted on April 27, 2022, Ravin Jesuthasan and John W. Boudreau share ideas from their book, Work without Jobs: How to Reboot Your Organization’s Work Operating System (released March 29, 2022). The main point of their book is that organizations must embrace a new “work operating system” that deconstructs or unpacks jobs into …

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Podcast: How to Design and Build a Talent Machine | The Leading Edge Podcast

Podcast | Webinar Talent Management

In this 35-minute discussion, Marc Effron talks with Thomas A. Stewart about many of the talent challenges facing firms today. Marc notes how many of these talent challenges (e.g. Great Resignation) aren’t necessarily new, but rather noticeable and more expensive to solve. As noted in the discussion, companies can raise the level of talent management if …

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Podcast: Does the Future of Work Mean Work Without Jobs? | Digital HR Leaders

Podcast | Webinar Workforce Planning

In this 55-minute podcast episode, David Green interviews Ravin Jesuthasan and John Boudreau, who are releasing a new book—Work Without Jobs: How to Reboot Your Organization’s Work Operating System (due out on March 29, 2022). John and Ravin discuss how they see the future of work and jobs evolving, including the core principles behind their new work …

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Podcast: A Practitioner’s Wishlist for I-O Research | Marc Effron and Department 12

HR Effectiveness Podcast | Webinar

One reason I pursued an academic degree in industrial and organizational psychology was to understand how to design and conduct organizational research. The end goal was not the research itself but to use the research findings to solve real business problems. For instance, when I was employed at AT&T in 2007, I designed and implemented …

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Should Employers Rethink What They’re Offering Workers? | Knowledge@Wharton and Peter Cappelli

Podcast | Webinar Workforce Trends

As the pandemic pushes on, it continues to reshape what people value and prefer in their work and workplace. This shift has forced organizations to stay informed about the needs and expectations of their workers. However, as noted in various reports, such as those from McKinsey and Mercer, there is often a disconnect between what employers think workers …

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Podcast: Psychological Safety in Theory and In Practice | HBR – The Anxious Achiever Podcast

Leadership & Culture Podcast | Webinar

Psychological safety (PS) in the workplace is an increasingly prominent term as firms seek to obtain the various benefits of a transparent culture. But since many factors affect PS (e.g., a person’s experience with being candid at work, work relationships and dynamics, etc.), it can be challenging to foster PS. In this 55-minute podcast, host Morra …

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Podcast: The Skills-Based Organization | Deloitte Capital H Podcast

Podcast | Webinar Talent Management

Jobs have traditionally been the unit of analysis for organizing work. But as work becomes less predictable, more fluid, and affected by rapid disruption, many argue that work should be organized by skills and tasks rather than fixed and static jobs. And while jobs won’t completely go away any time soon, skills and task-based approaches …

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The Project Economy Has Arrived | Harvard Business Review

Podcast | Webinar Talent Management

Many organizations are moving towards a project-based work model versus one that is solely role-based. As work becomes more project-driven, one key benefit of the project model is it enables organizations to effectively and efficiently redeploy the skills of their workforce—where and when needed. This model also unlocks internal mobility opportunities beyond the constraints of …

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Documentary: Future of Work: Changing Work, Changing Workers: Episode 3 | PBS

Podcast | Webinar Workforce Trends

As work, the workplace, and workers continue to undergo profound changes, PBS has produced an excellent three-part broadcast series exploring the long-term impact of these changes on workers, employers, educators, and communities. This Episode 3, which aired on September 15, 2021, is almost an hour and touches on topics such as how companies are rethinking the need …

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Webcast: Excellence in People Analytics with David Green | NYU SPS Human Capital Program

People Analytics Podcast | Webinar

This one-hour webcast discussion is the first event of NYU’s SPS Human Capital Management Program’s Fall 2021 Virtual Book Launch Series. It was hosted in partnership with the NYC HR Analytics Meetup on September 8, 2021. It includes a special talk by author David Green, followed by a Q&A forum facilitated by Dr. Anna Tavis, Academic Director …

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