Engagement: an Idea Whose Time has Passed ~ HR Examiner Weekly Edition v 3.33 August 17, 2012

HR Examiner Weekly Edition v 3.33 August 17, 2012

 
Engagement: Voodoo and VisionEngagement: Voodoo and Vision
Industry stalwarts cry that if practitioners would only do this right, they’d get better results. That’s what academics do when their ideas perform well in the lab but go feral in the wild.
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New Architecture of Work VI: Learning TechNew Architecture of Work VI: Learning Tech
Things are changing very rapidly. Moore’s law, the stubborn force beneath the reinvention of the planet, continues its relentless doubling. As learners, we need to know how to figure out what to learn and how to learn it.
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New Architecture V: Learning (by Jay Cross)New Architecture V: Learning (by Jay Cross)
Work–life was much simpler in the last century. Information work entailed following instructions and procedures, and logical analysis. Today’s concept work is improvisation. Learning leaders must deal with situations that aren’t in the rule book.
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The New Architecture of Work IV: Agile TechnologyThe New Architecture of Work IV: Agile Technology
There are plenty of situations where that’s simply not possible. Sometimes, the situation is that you can’t plan ahead. That’s where agile approaches shine.
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#HRTechConf and @billkutik#HRTechConf and @billkutik
The Annual HR Technology Conference, held this year in Chicago on October 8, 9 and 10, is mecca for HR tech folks. A blistering stream of events, influencers, meetings and parties, the conference is ground zero for the tech products that shape the face of HR.
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