Servant Leadership: A Foundational Practice of Agile PeopleOps Framework (APF)

‘Servant Leadership’ term was first coined by Robert Greenleaf in 1970. Servant Leaders are egalitarians who possess a serve-first mindset – who put the needs of their team members ‘first’ and lead by serving them. They are not authoritative

A shift from Traditional Interviewing to Experiential Interviewing

A top trend that will shape Talent Acquisition in 2018 is “new interviewing techniques”. Traditional interviewing will need to take a backseat soon (LinkedIn Global Recruiting Trends Report, 2018). A from-to shift mindset is imperative for Talent Acquisition and
Agile PeopleOps Framework Training

APF Certified Talent Champion Training held on May 5, 2018

Thanks to all the attendees who joined the Training from various locations – Atlanta & New Jersey (USA) and Bengaluru, Mumbai & Nagpur (India)
APF Manifesto

Agile PeopleOps Framework Manifesto

Agile PeopleOps Framework (APF) is a unified conceptual framework that facilitates human capital strategy, planning, talent acquisition and engagement through Agile practices. The Agile HR Manifesto for APF has been written to “build better ways of developing an Engaging

Alumni / Boomerang Employees – Let’s welcome them

In today’s VUCA world, when companies are grappling with the challenges of bridging the gap between the demand and supply of a diverse and hybrid labor workforce economy, the article “Why Companies Should Stay Connected with Ex-Employees” by Geri