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Masters or Servants? What Role Will Robots Play in the Workforce of the Future? - SD Worx

Technological capability continues to increase, fuelled by growth in flexible cloud resources, and the development of new computing architectures that can be easily tailored to specific applications. But how will this ever-advancing capability impact on the world of work and the HR function, in particular?

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How countries measure up and create human workplaces - IBM

Employee experience can be a positive, powerful, and ultimately human experience, in which employees are able to invest more of their whole selves into the workplace.1 Recent research (published in The Employee Experience Index: A new global measure of a human workplace and its impact) by the IBM Smarter Workforce Institute and Globoforce’s WorkHuman® Research Institute has resulted in the development of a new Employee Experience Index – measuring its five core dimensions: Belonging, Purpose, Achievement, Happiness, Vigor.

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January 9th 2019

HRD Discussion Paper: Organisational Risk

How aware are your HR leaders and their team of your company’s business risks? Almost every example of business misfortune can be reframed as a case of mishandled risk. This paper looks at foreseeable business risks and poses a question - what role does the human element play in mitigating risks?

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  • Risk & Governance
  • HR & Organisation Effectiveness
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December 20th 2018

Speed Read: Assessing Potential

This Speed Read summarises key messages from CRF's research report of the same name. Find out how to define 'potential' and why it is important, as well as how to use the right tools and design an appropriate process for its assessment.

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  • Talent
  • People Strategy
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December 10th 2018

Speed Read: Rethinking Talent Management

CEOs consistently rank talent development as a top priority. However, research finds that there is generally low satisfaction with talent development capabilities within the business. Read this Speed Read to explore what organisations can do to better connect talent management practices with the overall business strategy.

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  • Talent
  • People Strategy
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