Change Management

An HCI Topic

With the right communication and processes, your employees can withstand drastic organizational changes without a negative impact on business results. Learn about the need for and process of hiring change agents, designing training plans, and implementing technology to support change efforts. You can also capitalize on change initiatives and gain a competitive edge by creating special teams to brainstorm development strategies for the future.

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Webcast

Balancing Stakeholder Accountability in Project Management

Webcast | Presented By: Stacey Rivers, Reggie Hammond, Laurie Burkland Waller | Webcast Aired: 1 day ago
There is an art and science to project management, especially when it comes to balancing stakeholder accountability. While you may not be capable to shift the culture in the short term, or perhaps never, there are strategic tools and tactics you ... Read more
Webcast

Accelerating Time to Experience for “First Time” Leaders

Webcast | Presented By: Amanda Young Hickman, Karen Powell | Webcast Aired: 3 days ago
Front line leaders are critical to an organization’s success, however they often have limited experience leading teams and managing through complexity. As a result, they learn - and make mistakes - in real-time; on the job, often with ... Read more
Article

The Power of Practice

Article | Author: Jamie Hayman | Source: Insight Experience | Published: October 22, 2014
Imagine going to the emergency room and finding out you need your appendix removed.  There are only two surgeons available. All you know about the first is that she has played the game 'Operation' thousands of times. All you know ... Read more
Blog

What to Know Before You Offer Severance: Benchmarking and Planning Your Severance Strategy

Blog | Author: Karen Stevens, Vice President, Practice Strategy at RiseSmart | Source: HCI | Published: October 17, 2014

Few HR professionals enjoy the subject of layoffs—the act of separating valued employees can be uncomfortable and emotionally taxing, and it may feel as though the subject is best avoided until the eventuality of separation presents itself. It is much easier to focus on positive events, like hiring, as evidenced by the ease of finding data for benchmarking your salary bands. 

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