Lynda Gratton

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HR must prepare employees for automation and disruptive technologies

Lynda Gratton, 22 May 2015

It is striking how much I’m hearing about artificial intelligence (AI). From panel debates at Davos...

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Gratton: Why is complex collaboration so tough?

Lynda Gratton, 22 Jan 2015

Organisational charts often mask informal networks that cross functions. By understanding how these relationships...

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Stop assuming employees aren't co-operative

Lynda Gratton, 10 Sep 2014

At a recent masterclass for the Future of Work Research Consortium, I brought up the question: what would...

Lynda Gratton: Companies must interact with communities to build resilience

Lynda Gratton, 15 May 2014

In order to be resilient to change, companies must innovate and interact with their employees. They...

Lynda Gratton: Companies must ditch outdated methods to jam with global workforce

Lynda Gratton, 21 Jan 2014

If globalisation has changed the way we work, it is also changing people’s attitudes to work, asks...

Three shifts into the future: old assumptions of job and career will be destroyed

Lynda Gratton, 20 Oct 2011

There are forces at work that over the coming decades will destroy forever many of the old assumptions...

In this issue: May 2015
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Going steady: With the economy improving, can you remember how to lead HR in an upturn?

National treasure: Leading HR in the NHS

Happily ever after: The future of employee engagement

Cream of the crop: The HR Excellence Awards 2015 shortlist

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