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On December 3, 2010, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Paul Hebert, Weekly, by John Sumser

Pushing HR To The Edges
This week's HRExaminer Magazine showcases Paul Hebert with his feature contribution, Pushing HR To The Edges. Also, this is your last chance to register for next week’s HRDemo show in Las Vegas. Get a 50% discount by using JOHNSUMSER as the code when you register.

Pushing HR To The Edges ~ Paul Hebert, HRExaminer Editorial Advisory Board Contributor

Pushing HR To The EdgesIn order for HR to be effective in the future their current responsibilities need to be pushed out of HR and moved to the fringes of the organizations. What we currently call HR needs to be a distributed function - not centralized. Most (if not all) of the items on a typical HR practitioner's to-do list can, and should be handled by the managers who are furthest from the hub of the organization and closest to the action. Read More…

Blind Wisemen
Blind Wisemen I like to use the parable of the six blind wise Men to illuminate the variety of opinions available on a single topic. Proximity to the problem often befuddles the judgment. Anyhow, someone was kind enough to forward this version. It's useful to keep a copy handy. It is particularly useful when examining the opinions of experts. More…

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