What’s in a Agile HR Manifesto Anyways?

The Agile Manifesto is something most Agile practitioners should be familiar with. Its publication in 2001 could be considered a genesis of the modern Agile approach to software development. Its crisp articulation of Agile values and principles has since
Agile Manifesto and Agile PeopleOps Manifesto

Introducing the Agile PeopleOps Framework: A Better Answer to Agile in HR

If you’re reading this, there is a high likelihood that you are familiar with Agile methodologies in software development. You know about Scrum, Kanban, SAFe. You’re familiar with why these methods work, and the value they deliver not only
Talent Acquisition Agility

Talent Acquisition – Are You Agile Ready?

The war for talent continues. Companies are still grappling to gain a foothold in hiring right talent within a short cycle time, amidst internal and external organizational turbulence. Why? What are those factors causing the hindrance? Traditional hiring process

Ghosting’ Behavior in Business World: A Food for Thought

In today’s tumultuous business landscape, ‘ghosting’ behavior has spread like a wildfire, and every person (internal or external to an organization) has elicited, witnessed or experienced this behavior. What is ‘ghosting’ behavior? Let’s say an interview has been scheduled

The need to maximize the capacity and capabilities of recruiters

Talent Acquisition leaders need to strive toward increasing the capacity and capabilities of their recruiters especially in today’s war for talent era. The article “Talent-acquisition Departments: Stop Doing Stuff That Doesn’t Matter” explicates how too many meetings with other

HR Professionals: the “Champions of Change”

A well articulated article that highlights: HR professionals need to be the ‘Champions of Change’ – http://bit.ly/2KbEOTO. In today’s internal and external vortex environment, HR professionals need to be the ‘disagreeable givers’. Adam Grant describes disagreeable givers as the best
Early Decisions made by Talent on Job Acceptance

Research | Early decisions made by talent on job acceptance

Robust research conducted by Robert Half and well explicated by ERE.net highlight astonishing data about early decisions made by talent (aka candidates) on job acceptance Only 9% of talent wait until they have completed their interviews, to make a