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A random collection of ideas, opinions and insights for the HR and OD Professional, based on accidental encounters with organizations of every kind, employees of the employed and unemployed variety, students, entrepreneurs, and above all, kids.

"Nudging" HR - Can a Nobel Prize Winner in Economics make HR "Nobler"?

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  • 14 Oct 2017

Before I dive into the implications of Richard Thaler's work (it did "nudge" the Nobel Committee recently to hand him a Nobel Prize in Economics) for HR, allow me to share my standard disclaimer: I have been following Thaler's work from a distance (through popular books like Nudge and Inside the Nudge Unit) and am not really conversant with his academic contributions to Behavioral Economics. Therefore, it is quite possible tha...

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Beyond the Bell Curve? The T20 Version of Performance Management

  • ISPI
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  • 04 Apr 2017

The experience of performance management for most employees continues to be an annual affair featuring forms, raters, and ratings, even as businesses continue to report their performance in terms of quarterly results. This session will help attendees to appreciate alternate industry practices that show how shrinking the annual performance management cycle to a quarterly cycle can not only help align employee performance with b...

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