Want to get more out of your workforce? First you have to understand your corporate culture, says Profit Editor in Chief Aaron Lazenby.
“Corporate culture provides a powerful lens through which to view digital disruption,” he writes in the February issue of the magazine. “Understanding your organization’s culture allows you to see how your team works together to solve problems—and resolve conflict. It means understanding what you should and shouldn’t spend money on. It means knowing what excites your workforce and what makes them restless.”
In this special report, hear from Oracle Chief Human Resources Officer Joyce Westerdahl and Wendy Cottrell, global HRIS manager for National Instruments, who discuss the cultural aspects of the technology projects they have overseen. Plus, find out about more about what will be happening at Oracle HCM World this March, and more.
Oracle HCM World
Don’t miss Oracle’s signature human resources event in Washington, DC March 25–27, 2015. Oracle HCM World is where human resources, talent management, and business leaders come together to hear from industry influencers, share best practices, and learn how forward-thinking organizations are employing modern HR to transform their organizations.
How to Achieve Talent Management Excellence in Your Organization
“Fortunately, following a few best practices in human resource management can give HR teams the capabilities they need to effectively attract and retain talent,” says Madhur Chaturvedi, director on the Oracle Insight team.
How Can Project-Driven Organizations Get the Most Out of Their Talent?
“To achieve operational excellence and maximize the revenue generated per employee, project-driven organizations need to build a dedicated HR strategy that strikes the right balance between the project’s revenue potential and the level of resources and time invested,” says Romain Maillart, senior director on the Oracle Insight team.
Persistence of Vision
“We are always looking for better ways to recruit the right people. What have changed are the tools we have at our disposal for finding and engaging them,” says Joyce Westerdahl, chief human resource officer at Oracle.
Employees in the Clickstream
“By better segmenting the population and understanding what drives each group’s behaviors, CHROs will learn how frequently to communicate and what style of communication works best for each employee category,” says Bertrand Dussert, vice president of human capital management transformation at Oracle.
“The more policies and programs you create for flexibility for family and medical leave, and for investing in the health and welfare of people, the more you’re going to be able to attract and retain workers,” says Leading the Life You Want author Stewart Friedman.
New IT infrastructure helps the human resources team at National Instruments support a global expansion.
Five Ideas: Human Capital Management
Here, you can register for Oracle HCM World, plus hear from thought leaders, including Oracle’s own talent management experts about how today’s smart managers are leveraging new solutions, including new technology, to engage their employees and create healthier, happier organizations.
Trends in the Workplace: Gamification in the Enterprise
Gaming techniques encourage employees to adopt habits that benefit the company while creating a fun atmosphere.
Trends in Tech Careers: Prepare for and Manage Disruption
Three strategies can help tech sector workers stay above the fray.
Key to Engagement
How mindfulness leads to less stress, a longer life—and can even make you a better manager.
Outside of the Comfort Zone
In today’s market, great leaders need to be great learners.