Tag: talent management

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Leveraging Human Capital: Are Your Employees Getting Enough Sleep?

Who do you really want answering that important 3am phone call? Probably not your employee. New organizational theory proposes that constant connectedness or working irregular hours can lead to sleep deprivation. While pushing employees extra hard may seem to initially increase organizational performance, it is certainly no long-term winning strategy.

Job Redesign: Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff (IO Psychology)

Topic: Talent Management Publication: Harvard Business Review (JAN/FEB 2013) Article: Redesigning Knowledge Work Authors: Martin Dewhurst, Bryan Hancock and Diana Ellsworth Reviewed By: Susan Rosengarten More and more organizations are finding ways to outsource busy work, enabling employees to focus their time on tasks that require specialized knowledge and expertise.

A Closer Look at Human Capital as a Competitive Advantage (Human Resource Management)

Topic: Talent Management, Turnover Publication: Academy of Management Review (JUL 2012) Article: Rethinking Sustained Competitive Advantage from Human Capital Authors: Benjamin A. Campbell, Russell Coff, & David Kryscynski Reviewed By: Susan Rosengarten All organizations want the secret to retaining top talent; I challenge you to find me one that doesn’t!

Can Mindfulness Make Your High Potentials Higher Promise? (IO Psychology)

Topic: Burnout, Leadership, Talent Management Publication: The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist (JAN 2012) Article: Accelerating the Development and Mitigating Derailment of High Potentials Through Mindfulness Training Authors: R.A. Lee Reviewed By: Chelsea Rowe High Potential employees (HiPos) are the highly sought after, cream of the crop, high performing, next generation leaders.  Senior

Increase generic human capital to increase unit-specific human capital

Topic: Organizational performance, Talent management, Strategic HR
Publication: Academy of Management Journal (APR 2011)
Article: Acquiring and developing human capital in service contexts: The interconnectedness of human capital resources
Authors: Ployhart, R. E., Van Iddekinge, C. H., & MacKenzie, W. I.
Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin