From ‘Art in the Workplace’ to Urbanisation
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The triple-pillar mode, based on Dave Ulrich‘s role model, has now become widely accepted as an HR business model, particularly in large companies. It consists of three core areas: the HR Busi-ness Partner, the Centre of Expertise, and the HR Service Centre.Read More...
Organisations must blend the diverse skills and knowledge of FM, HR, IT, and Finance professionals to produce a complex ecosystem capable of sustained performance
Putting values at the centre of everything an organization does is the starting point to create a strong and authentic brand
Successful workplace change initiatives rarely begin with conversations about the workspace; engaging stakeholders early-on regarding their needs is far more likely to produce positive outcomes
The complex and ever changing relationship between economic activity, productivity and the functioning of the modern office.
Office workers are overwhelmed by distractions, due mainly to a lack of understanding of how to manage attention. As a result, organisations are turning to branches of knowledge not typically associated with the office.
There is still little research on the relationship between leadership and the office environment. One of the first studies examines how the office environment influences employees’ perception of management.
Following a decade of declining productivity, have business leaders nally lost patience with their organisation’s iT and Property Directors?
Technology and generational change are combining to set free knowledge work. Organisations and individuals need to understand where and how they work best to be creative, collaborative, secure, resilient and well paid.
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This new book provides guidance to everyone experiencing the “digital overload” that comes from being always on and…
The triple-pillar mode, based on Dave Ulrich‘s role model, has now become widely accepted as an HR business model,…