Bertrand Duperrin: 'The more people collaborate the more they sacrifice their own performance to the benefit of overall performance'
Marcus Fischer: 'Community Manager will be a leadership function in the future'
Ea Ryberg Due: 'Principles such as self-organisation and transparency by default might sound like start-up, but it's Bosch +250K employees.'
I haven't yet got onto social capital, of the prime importance of HR, but I've provided a summary of why human capital is so useful and how it helps make 'it' real in our organisations over on my new advice column at joningham.com. After a period of posting every day I've been taking a breather from that but I will be kicking off again with more input on human capital from Monday. Anyway, these are the current posts:
And actually even if you don't believe this logic, I still think it's useful to believe HR is the most important department. I like the NLP concept of self limiting beliefs and I think our tendency to see HR as a distinctly unimportant function is definitely self limiting. I often encourage HR to have more confidence, even a bit of a swagger, as we undertake our role.
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