“Let’s schedule a meeting” has become the universal default response to most business issues. Not sure what to do on a project? Let’s schedule a meeting. Have a few ideas to share? Let’s schedule a meeting.
It’s time to say good-bye to the Department of Human Resources. Well, not the useful tasks it performs. But the department per se must go. I talk with CEOs across the globe who are disappointed in their HR people. They would like to be able to use their chief human resource officers (CHROs) the way […]
Anyone who works in a global company doesn't need to be told that their job has changed enormously in the past few years. The number of people they work with, the amount of information they use to make decisions, their day-to-day tasks, and the technology they use have all been revolutionized. Unsurprisingly, this means HR's role must change too.
Sustainable organization growth depends on teams that get the work done. Team members are able to get things done when they are collaborating efficiently. This relationship might be simplified, but I think it’s fair to say that organizations depend on ... Read More
Despite tempered expectations, most forecasters see strong growth ahead, accelerating in 2016. As our Global Economics Intelligence team reports, executives are focusing on divergent opportunities. A McKinsey & Company article.
While large-scale change efforts have become common, few organizations get them right. Executives suggest that alignment, inclusiveness, and good planning are the key factors for success. A McKinsey & Company article.
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The secrets of successful organizational redesigns: McKinsey Global Survey results
The last time I wrote about this cluster of trends all at one time — it was winter. Seemed as if we’d never dig ourselves out from that deep freeze. But we did. Winter turned to spring and spring to summer. Which reminds me that change is inevitable, especially in [...]
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