Our Human Capital Management efforts are most successful when they encourage people
to contribute their own passion and energy to the organization. Passion is a powerful multiplier of human accomplishment, particularly when like-minded individuals converge around a worthy cause. Yet research shows that most employees are emotionally disengaged. When employees are unfulfilled, they underperform--and the organization suffers. What if our employees were not only re-engaged, but also passionately interested, and eager to contribute more? How can we inspire passion in the people we lead? And how do we convert that passion to productivity?
In this session, Chris Grams, the Management Innovation Exchange Community Guide, will lead Gary Hamel’s M-Prize 2011 winners in a panel discussion showcasing their award-winning creative ideas:
Lisa Haneberg, VP of OD at MPI Consulting, will share her vision of a “talent management cloud,” a custom-built, ever-evolving support system capable of creating conditions that help people grow with (and stay in) an organization.
Joris Luijke, head of global HR at Australian software company Atlassian, will share his blueprint for a completely redesigned (and much more humane) take on performance reviews.
Doug Solomon, CTO of celebrated design and innovation firm IDEO, will share his company’s two-year journey to develop a knowledge-sharing system called “The Tube” that stimulates and supports collaboration and generates pioneering work.