September Carnival of HR

I generally try to post the Carnival of HR on the day it is published. I have done several and it takes a lot of work, so I want to reward the person taking the time and effort to bring this information to us. Well, I missed by a couple of days but here it …

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HR and the Wizard of Oz: An Analogy

I was flipping channels last night when I happened upon the Wizard of Oz. Not the one of the newer versions, the Judy Garland version. I happened to catch it just as she meets the Scarecrow and soon after the Tin Man. I had to end my viewing at that time but I thought that …

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Carnival of HR for January 2015

Yesterday Steve Browne, who is one of the big men in HR, literally and figuratively, published the Carnival of HR: Make HR better edition. I had written this post for that carnival, HR would be better if: Seven step to improve self-esteem, but I must have submitted the wrong link. Therefore in reading this carnival …

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Should HR be a positive disruptor?

I have written a couple of time on “legacy thinking” in HR, here and here. While it is good for organizations to have a legacy and a history in today’s fast moving world legacy thinking can also keep you from progressing. “We have always done it that way” When you ask a question and the …

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