It’s becoming increasingly important for those working in HR to reflect on their own leadership and management attributes, and address any gaps in their skillset, which will enable them to stand out in their field.
Despite the sophisticated and progressive change management expertise available, the wide scale success of transformation projects remains elusive. A recent study from Deloitte found that nearly 70 per cent of large-scale change management project initiatives fail to meet their long-term goals. The most common reasons
Our workplaces are ever-evolving and changing.: the way in which companies attract and retain their employees continues to be more creative and innovative. We take a look at what to expect in workplaces for 2017 onwards.
The workplace is set to experience significant change and challenges over the next three decades. Dr Alan Montague will explore what the workplace will look like in 2040 in an upcoming one-hour webinar. Click through to find out more and register.
The challenge remains for hiring managers to develop and retain top talent in an evolving workforce. How does one go about ensuring an employee's transition into leadership is as smooth as possible?
The charge to embrace diversity and inclusiveness across the corporate sector is on high alert. Organisations are recognising that opening up the playing field is essential for the advancement of our changing community and the future success of our businesses.
Managing people is such a fascinating area, as Professor Pauline Stanton states – and with a Master of Human Resource Management, you’ll gain the skills to effectively manage diverse workforces across many different sectors.
Businesses around the world are beginning to see the value of engaging with their employees. The challenge of humanising an organisation is not just about developing innovative strategy or incentivising employees
HR is rapidly changing shape to keep up with emerging technologies. In the vast and shifting marketplace, how has evolving technology changed the way we work?
As we see demographic shifts associated with an ageing population, the workplace is set to be redefined and human resources restructured.