RBL Insights
11.07.17   by Darryl Wee
Critical Lessons from Start-Ups for Human Resources
The news is constantly discussing how digital start-up companies are disrupting their industries. Interestingly, when I examine these companies further, I find that many practices which are common among start-ups to drive more value in their businesses that HR should also consider adopting.
10.03.17   by Erin Burns
Objectivity in the Workplace
One of the most important, unique contributions leaders can bring their organizations is the use of discretion to respond to pressures or opportunities that have not been anticipated by existing policies, procedures, methodologies, etc.
09.14.17   by Joe Grochowski
Three Targets of Change
We live in a highly unpredictable world that ushers in great opportunities, as well as turmoil. Embracing change is critical to the survival of our companies, as well as each of us as individuals.
08.28.17   by Abdulmajeed Albalushi
3 Technology Improvements to Boost Your HR Department Outcomes
Round Seven of the Human Resource Competency Study (HRCS7), sponsored by The RBL Group and the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, researched the competencies and activities in HR departments and how they impact the value the HR department generates for stakeholders. The
08.10.17   by Mark Nyman
5 Principles for Creating Organizational Alignment
We all intuitively understand the value of alignment and how much better the organization would function if silos didn’t exist and if everyone were working together, with the same goals and the same end in mind.  Organizations that are well aligned have clarity about what matters most.
07.18.17   by Joe Grochowski
Tips and Tools to Know Your Context and Stakeholders
As HR professionals, we need a deep understanding and knowledge of the outside world if we want our internal actions to have a real business impact. Effective HR professionals must look outside to identify opportunities for business growth by knowing their firm’s business context and stakeholders.
07.13.17   by Mark Nyman
5 Organization Misalignments That Are Hurting Your Business
In good and bad economies, functions such as HR, Finance, and IT are in a continual cycle of growing then shrinking and centralizing only to decentralize. They are reengineering, downsizing, outsourcing, or creating shared service organizations. One day they are asked to increase responsiveness, the next they’re asked to cut cost and improve efficiency.
07.13.17   by Adam Rampton
How Do You Create Business Value?
In the past three months, I’ve been to China twice, each time working with different Fortune Global 500 companies that are all wrestling with the same challenges: changing market conditions, accelerating competition, and the tensions inherent in trying to maintain local connectedness while ensuring global reach.
07.13.17   by Dave Ulrich
Analytics on HR Analytics: What Really Works
As in other fields, HR professionals often seek new shiny objects (ideas) that will help them better perform. For these new insights to shift from distractions to sustainable value-added practices, they need to be examined more rigorously.
06.28.17   by Erin Burns
Predicting Potential: Personality Matters
Future potential (promotability) is the ability to master the greater scope and scale of higher-level positions or the expanded scope and scale in a rapidly-growing business. But identifying which of many successful mid-level leaders have what it takes to succeed in the top jobs is a challenge that most organizations grapple with.
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