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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Podcast: The SEC Human Capital Rules And Why Government Regulations Can Be Good | Josh Bersin

HR Effectiveness Podcast | Webinar

In this 21-minute podcast, Josh Bersin discusses the Security Exchange Commission’s (SEC), which regulates publicly traded companies, Human Capital (HC) Disclosure rule. The rule, which went into effect on November 9, 2020, gives publicly traded firms 60-90 days after their fiscal year to include HC information in their annual report. Since there isn’t much guidance …

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Podcast: Remote Work Revolution | BCG Henderson Institute

Podcast | Webinar Workforce Trends

In this newly released podcast episode by Boston Consulting Group’s Henderson Institute, Martin Reeves (host) has a discussion with Tsedal Neeley, Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School, about remote work. During their discussion, Tsedal covers how firms can integrate best practices for remote work in their organization. Tsedal discusses aspects of her …

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Work Reimagined: The Future Of Collaboration and Hybrid Work Discussion | Forbes and Cisco

Podcast | Webinar Workforce Trends

This first episode of Work Reimagined, presented by Forbes and Webex by Cisco, covers how the future of work is inclusive and hybrid and what next-generation employee experiences look like. The one-hour discussion is hosted by Peter High, Forbes Contributor & President, Metis Strategy, and captures opinions from HR and business leaders, including Francine Katsoudas, Executive VP and Chief People, …

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Podcast: No Rules the Netflix Way With Erin Meyer | The Talent Angle

Leadership & Culture Podcast | Webinar

This 54-minute podcast discussion with host Scott Engler and guest Erin Meyer, professor at INSEAD, addresses how Netflix’s unconventional corporate culture fosters an environment of employee freedom and responsibility. Rather than focus on excessive rules and processes that can diminish innovation and creativity, Erin argues firms can focus on fostering an environment of candor—where employees …

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PODCAST: Rethinking Jobs for the Age of Automation | Get Reworked Podcast

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Several months ago, I shared a post based on an article by John Boudreau titled, Jobs Are Melting Into Fluid Work. The article points out how traditional jobs will continue to “melt” into more fluid tasks. And since jobs have been the lens through which many HR and Talent practices are driven (from learning, compensation to workforce planning, to …

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Webinar: How to Crush Bias in Performance Management | Talent Strategy Group and Angela Lane

Podcast | Webinar Talent Management

One goal of effective performance management (PM) is to provide objective and fair performance feedback. And while managers seek to achieve this goal, PM is imperfect and subject to bias. In this one-hour webinar, Angela Lane and Marc Effron offer various tactics for reducing PM bias. One tactic is to use process design as a …

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Podcast: What Is A Skills Taxonomy Anyway? Understanding The Market For SkillsTech | Josh Bersin

HR Technology Podcast | Webinar

As skills continue to be an area of interest for many firms, this 30-minute podcast by Josh Bersin discusses how skills taxonomies are being used to organize and simplify skills information. Josh draws on essential distinctions between skills (which are more granular) and broader capabilities, which are a set of collectively used skills to solve business problems …

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Podcast: Getting Started with a Skills-Based Talent Strategy | Digital HR Leaders Podcast

Podcast | Webinar Talent Development

In this conversation with David Green and Karen Powell, Chief Talent and Learning Officer at IQVIA,  Karen discusses various points on IQVIA’s ongoing journey to shift to more of a skill-based talent strategy. She notes, “We have got to stop the organization thinking about purely job descriptions and instead how do we break up the …

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