Research

Agile PeopleOps Research-APF™

Agile PeopleOps Research team is conducting a Global Research “Learnings from COVID-19″ for the HR community.

How Leaders, Managers and Coaches from HR & PeopleOps function who were at the forefront responded to the pandemic, and how they are shaping the organizations and the future of work.

The purpose of this research is to collect and generate insights on:

  • Common challenges
  • Organizations’ response to the pandemic, and
  • How organizations are planning for a post-pandemic world to create the new normal

APF™ Research team sets aside 30-40 minutes with you to have a reflective conversation (you can opt to keep it anonymous) and map your personal experiences with collective themes to create a comprehensive report.

To participate and receive detailed trends report, click here https://bit.ly/34fhWzw. One of our Agile PeopleOps Research team members will coordinate with you for further steps.

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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 job acceptance
  • 7% of talent hold their job acceptance decision until contract negotiation phase
  • Remaining 74% of talent make early decisions of “I do want this position” or “I don’t want this position”

Organizational leaders and HR Practitioner(s) need to redefine their company’s talent-strategies and processes, if they want to nurture positive experience and engagement with their talent, and create an effective employer branding in today’s ‘war for talent’ market.

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The Rise of Agile Work Practices in Talent Acquisition

Agile HR is the application of “agility” to the function of Human Resource Management.

Agility here means developing nimble & responsive management practices that involve constant feedback loops, and teams working in short work cycles & engaging in frequent retrospectives.

The concept of “agile-methodology” came into being during the 1990s in the area of software development. The developers wanted a flexible (agile) solution for the stumbling blocks they were facing in the process of software development.

Over time, it has become a widely recognized management method across various functions, departments, and industries, adopting a proactive approach rather than a reactive one.