Transformation

Lessons from the C-suite: Carlos Jaureguizar, Bupa

Carlos Jaureguizar, CEO of Bupa Global & UK, talks over his journey to CEO, his successes and mistakes, and how he is adapting to a changing world.

Building Lego's HR structure, brick by brick

Having a professional excuse to play with bricks every day might be the dream for many, but HR at Lego is far from child’s play, finds Beau Jackson.

HR Most Influential Podcast 3.2: When Change Meets Resistance

The HR Most Influential Podcast's latest episode is now live, with Pam Parkes in the hot seat to discuss how HR successfully implement change programmes.

HR Most Influential Podcast 3.2: When Change Meets Resistance with Pam Parkes

The HR Most Influential Podcast's second episode of series three has gone live, with Pam Parkes of Essex County council discussing how HR leaders can overcome resistance to change.

The 'power partnership': why CPOs and CMOs have a common cause

A large proportion (40%) of CEOs don’t think their company will be viable in a decade if they continue to operate as they currently do.

Award-winning HR: Transformation at work

What does it mean to truly transform your business? In this short series, we take you through past winners of the HR Excellence Awards, and how they impressed the judges.

Why we need a new model for HR: part 3, people as product

In the previous column of a potential new model for HR, people and culture teams, we explored the ubiquity of HR business partners in HR 3.0 and their transience, versatility and a key focus on...

Why ‘agility bubbles’ will be the new management trend for 2023

Inviting a team of employees into a protected space, where they are given permission to do things differently than the rest of the organisation, is what we refer to as an ‘agility bubble’.

Outstanding balance: why HR must learn to be sure-footed on the change curve (part one)

Imposing big changes on workers will naturally be worrying for them, but with the right preparation, employees can be reassured and concerns overcome.

Hot topic: Do you need to fire staff to take a business in a new direction?

Elon Musk’s takeover of Twitter wasn’t without controversy. After taking control, 4,000 employees were let go within his first week as the self-titled “chief twit,” or CEO, sought to take the company...

Ford bolsters job shares with matchmaking app

Ford Motor Company has launched a matchmaking tool to help employees find potential partners for job shares. 

Improving the workplace through critical thinking

A lot of the problems in business — and in human resources — can be traced back to a single root: bad thinking. Over the course of my career as a consultant, I’ve seen business leaders make abysmal...