What Did the Pandemic Reveal: New Problems or More of the Same? – by Stela Lupushor and James Williams

“Every system is perfectly designed to get the result that it does.” ― W. Edwards Deming We may look back on 2020 as the year we were no longer able to ignore what’s been right in front of us all along. Economic disparities like income inequality, household debt loads, access to education, social unrest, etc. have been simmering for some ...

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The Ten Pandemic Responses with Highest Business Impact – by Kathi Enderes

The Josh Bersin Academy recently set out to establish the strongest ways to deliver COVID-era business resilience. The Academy’s Kathi Enderes tells us about what it discovered The global pandemic’s impact on business as a whole has been huge. We launched a major survey to see how organizations have been responding and what outcomes they were seeing. The research was ...

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Shifts to Leadership Development Due to the Pandemic – by Bruno Querenet Onfroy de Breville

A company is a community. It is, ultimately, a set of people, with different roles, gathered to achieve one common goal. If one point has been made clear due to the current pandemic and the shift to remote work (for those who could work remotely), it is how critical the human dimension of our business communities is and, therefore, how ...

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The Coronavirus Pandemic: The Morning After…..Delayed – by Bob Greene, Ascentis

“Failing to plan … is … planning to fail.” (quote attributed to Benjamin Franklin) On December 13, 1972, Irwin Allen’s arguably most famous disaster flick, The Poseidon Adventure, debuted. Ultimately producing $125 million in box office (that was BIG back then, second only that year to The Godfather), it also produced just one Oscar win, for Best Song, “The Morning ...

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Rethinking Workforce Planning in Times of Uncertainty – by Mick Collins, Chair, IHRIM

The phrase “getting the right people, in the right place, with the right skills, at the right time, and at the right cost” is synonymous with the most common type of long-term forecasting: strategic workforce planning. The methodology, in which HR and their business partners forecast – in time horizons ranging from 3-10 years – the demand for, and supply ...

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