business transformation

The Employee vs. the Organisation: The Mechanics of Employee Experience Design by Jeff Wellstead

In my previous series of articles, I addressed the urgency and desire for organisations to address enhancing Employee Experience in a bid to rapidly adapt their ability to attract, on-board, train & develop, enable and empower employees to be as collaborative, innovative and productive as possible – in a bid to stay ahead of their competition in the Industry 4.0 era. 

Employee vs The Organisation: What problem are we solving for? by Jeff Wellstead

Part 2/5 - What is the Problem Statement?  According to several credible employee engagement studies, one in particular sponsored by Officevibe, being a global, ongoing measurement of the current state of employee engagement in 157 countries, across 1,000 organisations over 1.2 million data points, as well as global attrition data mixed with a relatively sudden shift in highly specialised skill and competency requirements emerging from new technologies…The data are overwhelmingly pointi

The Employee vs. the Organisation: The Mechanics of Employee Experience Design by Jeff Wellstead

Part 1/5  - Sounds like some sort of a media driven grudge match between two heavyweight prize fighters?  It is – based in large measure on my own challenging experience working for 15 companies over the course of 30 years – but as an HR Director, I’m also telling this story from thousands of varying perspectives, through the eyes of my customers (the employees whom I represented). 

HR. What Should we be doing? by Andrew Fox

Social, political, technological and economic conditions may never in recent history have been as influx as they are today.

Neutered leaders lacking popular support to effect change (May, Merkel) and a few who seem intent on rocking the boat (Trump, Putin, Kim Jong-un) are themselves struggling to navigate the choppy waters they have helped create.  Trumps’ shameless promotion of America, his apparent disregard for Asia and his radically different approach to politics has many nervous and the uncertainty is unnerving markets.

Keeping Score in Strategy Execution by Chris Fox

Strategy

Every leader has a strategy. They might not call it a strategy; it might not be clearly articulated and thought through; it might even be a bad strategy. But somewhere they have in mind what they want to achieve, why they want to achieve it, and how they hope to achieve it.

 

5 Reasons Why Video Interviewing is the Next Game Changer for the Recruitment Industry

Video CV

Amongst others, the written CV, the email, and then Linkedin, all disrupted recruitment methodology and process. Now video technology will be the next game changer for the recruitment industry.

There is no doubt.

Video is proliferating as a mainstream communications method both at home and within organisations, it is a matter of time before it becomes a mainstream recruitment tool.

Here are 5 reasons why:

Bjorn Ovar Johansson - Is it really easier to build a skyscraper than deliver an IT project as planned?

IT Projects

Pitfalls to avoid and IT project delivery best practice to improve the chances of successful management of IT investments

Successful IT project delivery could benefit from an analogy so CIOs, CTOs and senior IT leaders can communicate with the Board of Directors and executive management the best approaches to managing major IT investments.

Delivering Customer Centric Continuous Improvement - 9th June 2016 Event

Event

On the 9th of June, The Business Transformation Network held a VIP event on Delivering Customer Centric Continuous Improvement, which was attended by Director level transformation professionals from a number of FTSE organisations and alike. 

Below are some of the key thoughts and notes from the evenings’ event, which will give you an insight into the discussion points: