Every resource at its best

Not-for-profits must use every resource to full capacity in order to make an impact. Clean-water supply charity, Water For People, and The GC IndexⓇ are working together to ensure their workforce is one such resource. Kirsten Levermore reports Scarce resources. Two words that not-for-profit Water for People know better than most, as they strive to bring … Read more

Introducing, People Analytics

David Green sits down with Dialogue’s Kirsten Levermore in advance of the People Analytics Forum 2017 to discuss why data analytics is the next step in HR, and how you can join the revolution People Analytics is central to the future of Human Resources – at least, that’s what a clutch of the most prestigious publications, peers, award … Read more

Don’t sleep through the digital starting gun

The new machines, powered by AI, won’t lead to a job apocalypse, and they may even set humans free, writes Paul Roehrig [button type=”large” color=”black” rounded=”1″ link=”https://issuu.com/revistabibliodiversidad/docs/dialogue_q4_2017_full_book/30″ ]READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION[/button] Get fit! Stop smoking! Transform your business! Success with any meaningful change begins with a simple question: “Where do I start?” From our … Read more

When new hires go wrong

Hiring the wrong person can be a painful and costly problem. Rick Davis learns what leaders should do when faced with an ill-fitting hire Some months ago I was asked the question “what part of your life as a leader at your workplace do you least enjoy?” The hardest thing in the world for me … Read more

Employee engagement isn’t working. Now what?

Every company and leader wants the answer to this “Now what?” question. Engaged employees translate into a productive and successful organization, which is the goal of most every leader and organization I know. And, engagement also translates into a great place to work, which is what employees want. If you need to get professional advice … Read more

Human warmth still trumps tech in the art of the poach

  Technological advance has made finding staff easier – but charisma and emotional intelligence are still the key tools in clinching hires, warn HR chiefs The dominance of sophisticated business profiling and job-matching sites like LinkedIn have failed to supersede the gentle arts of persuasion, warmth and emotional intelligence in the art of poaching key … Read more

The future. Humans won’t be beaten by machines

Bring on the battle with the robots – empathy will win it for the humans, writes Professor Vlatka Hlupic  [button type=”large” color=”black” rounded=”1″ link=”http://issuu.com/revistabibliodiversidad/docs/pdf_book_q2_2016_mid_res/48″ ]READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION[/button] Many analyses of technological progress assume this is the dawning age of the robot, and that machines are on some sort of collision course with human communities. … Read more

Dialogue Classic – BBC Worldwide people director: Have global goals but local ideas

Kirstin Furber sets a single strategy then allows regional teams to bring their own ideas to the table, finds Ben Walker The key to making a worldwide business a success is to allow local offices to find their own way to global goals. That is the view of BBC Worldwide’s head of people Kirstin Furber. … Read more

Can a 15-year-old kid now bring a massive corporation to its knees?

We face a world economy where the young are more powerful than entire corporations   A 15-year-old boy just got arrested for compromising the data security of Talk Talk’s four million customers. Examine that sentence. Talk Talk is pretty big. Its revenue this year is likely to be something approaching £2 billion. It’s in the … Read more