I am seeing numerous examples whereby organizations are haemorrhaging money due to the fact that employee engagement has been limited to the job on
The Business Transformation Network recently hosted an event on ‘Strategic Talent Acquisition in the Digital Age: An HRD's Perspective’ i
I have seen many businesses saying they have embarked on digital transformation while in reality, they have just digitized some of their processes.
Organisations creating numerous standalone strategies supporting value realisation, is as counterproductive as musicians in a conductor-less orches
I recently chaired a panel interviewing inspiring women from different countries and backgrounds who have become recognised technology leaders in t
HR Leaders - Evolve your continuous discussion framework in a way that is authentic and productive by Barry Flack
If you have followed the logic of my argument in this 3-part series of blogs to date (
HR Leaders - Moving from annual appraisals to continuous discussions is simpler than you think by Barry Flack
I want to consign the annual appraisal to the history books or the corporate torture museum set up in memory of unproductive, inhumane HR practices
Poor organisational cultures can cause serious harm to the wellbeing of people, communities, society and the environment, in many different and sig
In part 2 of this exclusive video, Stephen Sidebottom discusses the difference between being data-driven and data-led organisation and the importan
In part 3 of this series, Deepak Thaper follows on from his basics of digital transformation to look at the strategy and journey through digital tr
In this talk, Nicolas Petitjean will share the questions that keep him awake at night with the audience: What is experience design?
We conducted a Q&A interview with Chloe Avril, Global Technology Activation Lead at EY, around innovation, creativity and how they affect busin
HR leaders - Why decluttering your performance management is the best decision you can currently make by Barry Flack
One of my enduring nightmarish memories of corporate life in the late 20th century and early noughties was centred on the slavish adherence to the