Tag: HR

  • The nudge as workplace conversation

    The nudge has become a part of the business lexicon over the last the years or so. To be clear, this is not good in itself. The business lexicon houses some of the most profound abuses of language we have seen. (Reach out to this list for a comprehensive treatment). I believe nudging should be […]

  • Too much data

    What do you think of this? The company‚Äôs smart badge is equipped with a microphone to monitor the frequency of employee conversations and how long people spend talking versus listening. Actually. What does it make you feel? It made me feel somewhat conflicted. As a fan of data (big or otherwise)  I can see the […]

  • HR and L&D: Never the twain shall meet?

    This blog was originally published on the HRN Blog in May 2016. Much has been written and said about the relationship between the disciplines of HR and L&D. Representatives of both sides have shared views on the topic and on the most useful framing of a healthy relationship between the two. Cases have been made […]