Recently, I caught up with Melissa Sabella, CEO at The Honeycomb Works, to explore ideas linked to Agile people development and learning. Melissa and crew created their Honeycomb™ to break skills development into manageable but meaningful pieces and to show relationships without imposing a strict linear path.
Recently, I interviewed Tom Marsden, CEO at Saberr, who is on a mission to make HR more evidence-based. Saberr specialises in the use of data and technology to discover the inner secrets of teams and what makes people work well together.
With teams constituting a fundamental component of the future of work and how organisations are transforming, I took the opportunity to explore this topic further with Tom.
Heard about AgileHR yet unsure what it means or how to get started?
In this instalment, Part Two, I offer three easy ways to start AgileHR in your team or organisation. It also contains an invite to join the AgileHR community. Last month’s blog, Part One, covered AgileHR fundamentals and how it helps innovate your practice.
HR is at an exciting crossroads. As technology drives an ever increasing need for speed and agility, the world of work is shifting. To remain relevant, HR is being asked to evolve. By embracing Agile and evolving our mindset, I’m confident HR can find the answers to many of the challenges we currently face.
Ashton Kutcher wants dads to be able to change their baby’s nappies on the fly. His rallying cry is garnering support on social media and is great example of what modern day feminism is all about.
It’s a joint struggle. A struggle that serves a common goal for both men and women. The need for more men volunteering at the school canteen is not mutually exclusive to the call for more women on executive boards. For every female called ‘bossy’ in the workplace, there is a male chastised by his mates for being a ‘girl’ when he sheds a tear.
Modern feminism is a fight against the patriarchal stereotypes restricting all our lives, no matter what sex, and most importantly it’s about fixing alternate sides of the same problem.