Agile KPI's for the modern workplace

The future of work looks different than in the past. Specifically, the speed of decisions, disruptive business models, use of remote workers and even the shift from permanent employees are factors that influence the way people must be provided with direction and held to account. Unlike conventional annual KPIs, agile KPIs change often, may not be cascaded from the corporation down through line managers, and may have diverse measurement not just dollars and counters. KPIs in the agile organisation have to be decentralised to keep pace. How can this be done whilst maintaining an overall view of performance across the orgnaisation? [More]

If we could just get managers talking with their people

So many times we hear people and culture teams exasperated that they can't get managers to have meaningful conversations with their teams. They won't make time for check in's, they don't connect the work to purpose, they don't have an interest in what makes their people tick. The list goes on. The truth is this isn't one conversation, it's many and managers need tools to equip them to approach people leadership topics without fear. We've found that 9 modes of interaction are needed to support the kinds of conversations that you want to happen in your workplace. [More]

What can we learn from Marie Kondo (and Josh Bersin) when it comes to HR Tech?

Your HR technology is probably a hairball of disparate systems or an unfriendly monolithic legacy unless you've been re-engineering with a focus on platforms. This adds to the overwhelm your employees may experience and does not deliver the seamless employee experience they expect.

If you need to unravel your systems learn how some principles of minimalism can help you to channel your inner Marie Kondo.
This will help you move towards a well-designed HR Technology architecture that is based around a modern Employee Experience Platform (EXP). [More]