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Joe Garcia, Ph.D., Sr. Director, Talent Management at The Home Depot, shares how HR made the business case to redefine their competency model to reflect the skills/traits that were proven to drive performance in managers.
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As organizations have changed in the past decade, so too has the senior leadership environment. The era of managing siloed functions and conducting isolated, disparate activities is fading and being replaced with more collaborative, team-based planning and development that can be explicitly tied to business strategy.
This report is the result of an original research study conducted by the Human Capital Institute in partnership with Vistage International Inc. Organizations continue to look for effective ways to make their organizations leaner and more ...Read more
These days, it seems like everyone wants to create a place for innovation and collaboration. But how do you actually make that come to life at all levels of your organization? Hear from Chief People Officer DeLisa Alexander about how Red Hat ...Read more
Innovation is central to companies’ efforts to meet the challenges of the post-recession environment. It is the key to accelerating and sustaining growth, and how we manage our talent is the most important lever for generating the ...Read more
As the first quarter of 2010 nears a close, many indicators point toward what U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke in February termed a “nascent” economic recovery continuing to take hold. A recent survey of economists by ...Read more
Leadership is a relationship between those who aspire to lead and those who choose to follow. It's the quality of this relationship that matters most when we're engaged in getting extraordinary things done. Strategies, tactics, skills, ...Read more
People are our most important asset? We've heard that statement repeatedly from CEOs and HR executives for years, but it's more than just lipservice in today's rapidly changing business environment. Successful companies are those ...Read more
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