Four Resources for Accelerating the Transition to a New CHRO Role | Various Sources

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The Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) role continues to be one of the most important in many organizations. Over the last 80 days alone, I have tracked 307 CHRO appointments (hires and promotions) as part of CHROs on the Go. A segment of these appointments is in organizations where the CHRO role is newly created. As CHROs …

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The Good Work Framework: A New Business Agenda For the Future of Work | The World Economic Forum

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Last week, I posted how Chief People Officers play a prominent role in shaping their companies’ responses to ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) issues. And with the S (Social) component of ESG receiving much focus, HR leaders must have people strategies with clear and measurable goals that enable the S component. This new 30-page report provides a …

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ESG and the Role of the Chief Human Resources Officer: A Best Practices Study | The HR Policy Association

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Chief People Officers continue to play a more significant role in shaping and articulating their organizations’ narrative on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. A recent The Conference Board report, The CHRO’s Role in Navigating the Future of Work, notes how HR Leaders are increasingly called upon to shape the corporate voice on social issues, articulate the …

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The Future of HR: Reflections on What’s Next | The HR Congress Magazine with Dave Ulrich and Marc Effron

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This article summarizes key points from the recent “Future of HR” event led by Dave Ulrich and Marc Effron. The 200 participant event included several CHRO presenters and facilitators and addressed how HR can respond to the challenges of our day. Starting with the premise that “HR is about creating value for all stakeholders through human …

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The Top 10 Strategic Talent Acquisition and HR Metrics That CEOs Want to See | Visier Blog

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Most surveys on CEO and executive priorities—such as The Conference Board C-suite Outlook 2022 Report and PWC’s Executive Views on Business Challenges and Opportunities in 2022 — show talent as a critical priority. And as organizations are under greater pressure to show the ROI of talent initiatives and investments, it is important to measure and report on …

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The Chief People Officer of the Future | Adecco Group and Center for Leadership in the Future of Work

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This paper explores the opinions of 122 global executives in human resources on how the Chief People Officer (CPO) role continues to shift. Together, they are responsible for over 3 million employees in various sectors, from finance to retail to aerospace. These CPOs mainly see their roles transforming in three key areas. 1) using data and …

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Reimagining Human Resources: The Future of the Enterprise Demands a New Future of HR | Deloitte

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As the HR function evolves with shifting business models and expectations, this 16-page Deloitte paper provides a few helpful frameworks for navigating the future of HR. It starts with the premise that shifting to the future of HR is all about achieving business outcomes in the context of the three futures happening now: 1) Future of …

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Three Resources for Optimizing HR Structure and Operating Model | Gartner and McKinsey

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HR leaders continue to reevaluate their HR structures and operating models to optimize efficiency, cost, and impact. And given the various ways they can achieve these goals, CHROs must weigh different options when making these decisions. As HR leaders think through these decisions, I include three resources that can be leveraged. 1) Using Shared Services to Drive …

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How Can Corporate Functions Become More Agile? | McKinsey

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As corporate functions, such as HR, rethink their operating models to enable effective inter-department collaboration, coordination, and faster decision-making, this article provides a few suggestions. One idea presented is the “flow to work” talent model. Under this model, staff operating in organizational silos (such as HR generalists supporting a single business unit) become part of a shared …

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