How can you Measure Organisational Culture?

The culture of an organisation can have a huge impact on employee morale, the profitability of a company, and recruiting efforts. Having a good company culture can inspire employees to be more positive and productive at work while improving retention rates. But the question arises as to how you measure company culture? This blog examines the difference in organisational culture and climate and the various ways you might go about measuring your company culture.

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How is Vodafone Innovating in Learning and Development?

In this video clip and transcript from this week’s Digital HR Leaders podcast, Catalina Schveninger from Vodafone and I discuss the new world of learning and how Vodafone is innovating in the area of Learning and Development. Catalina gives some great examples of how Vodafone is understanding the skills that its employees needs to learn and personalising the learning experience for them. If you’re interested in learning more about new learning models and how a company like Vodafone is leading the way in this space, then I urge you I urge you to watch this video/read this blog with Catalina.

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How do you Measure Employee Experience?

In an exclusive interview, HRTechX speaks to David Green about the impact that organisational transformation is having on the HR function. One of the key points that David raises, focuses on the impact that the 4th industrial revolution is having on organisational transformation. In a world where organisations are having to reinvent themselves constantly, it is essential that HR is able to understand and measure employee experience. In this article, we examine how to go about measuring employee and manager perceptions of HR.

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What can HR Learn from Marketing?

In this video clip and transcript from this week’s Digital HR Leaders podcast, Richard Collins (Co-Founder at ClickIQ) gives some great examples of what HR can learn from Marketing and how HR still has a long way to go in terms of creating a customised recruitment experience. If you’re interested in learning more about how automation and artificial intelligence are impacting the Recruitment function, then I urge you to watch this video/read this blog with Richard.

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The Path to Transformation and Organisational Effectiveness? (aka Strategic Workforce Planning)

A great article from Alicia Roach where she asks why so many organisations struggle with Strategic Workforce Planning. The thing about SWP is that yes, it is about the workforce – but that doesn’t mean it is another item in the “best-practice toolkit” or laundry list for HR. SWP defines that list in the first place! And not just for HR, but for the whole business, who are relying on the capabilities and skill of the workforce to deliver its transformation, digitisation or growth agendas. The workforce is the key execution vehicle for most organisations (and as we already know, their biggest asset, largest cost) and SWP is the way to optimise the workforce – so why so misunderstood?

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How Does Spotify use People Analytics?

In this video clip and transcript from this week’s Digital HR Leaders podcast, Katarina Berg (CHRO at Spotify) outlines some of the examples of how Spotify is using people analytics to really influence business decisions in the company around manager/employee interactions and support making informed decisions around office locations. If you’re interested in learning more about how people analytics has been used at Spotify, then I urge you to watch this video with Katarina.

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The best HR and People Analytics articles of June 2019

In his monthly round-up of data-driven HR articles for June, David features case studies from Microsoft, Spotify and HSBC as well as insightful articles on how people analytics is helping shape initiatives around culture, employee experience, transformation and innovation. There’s also a special on the growth of AI in HR and featured authors include Laszlo Bock, Dave Ulrich, Dawn Klinghoffer, Katarina Berg, Lexy Martin and Thomas Rasmussen.

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Six Factors for the Adoption of People Analytics

Creating a data-driven culture is one of the Nine Dimensions for Excellence in People Analytics Model developed by Jonathan Ferrar and David Green. In this article, David presents six factors influencing the adoption of people analytics, as well as providing access to a short survey. The survey is a central element of research we are undertaking this summer to understand the relationship between the six factors identified in the article. The aim of the study is to provide guidance for HR leaders on how to create a data-driven culture and build adoption of analytics amongst HR professionals.

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How can HR support Business Disruption?

In this video clip and transcript from this week’s Digital HR Leaders podcast, David Green speaks with Nick Holley, Director of Learning at the CRF. Nick has extensive experience, not only in researching key trends in HR, he also works with major global businesses and has a background in senior HR roles as a partner at Arthur Andersen and a Director of Global People Development at Vodafone.

In this extract from our discussion, Nick and I discuss how HR can support the Business when it comes to organisational development and disruption in the business itself. If you’re interested in learning more about how HR can become more business relevant, then I urge you to watch this video with Nick.

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