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Teams won't be effective unless the team roles and goals are clarified and team members and leaders support the process. Team development must involve a partnership of HR strategists, line managers, and team members. Otherwise, as experience shows, teams will most likely fail to meet...
"The end of jobs" has become a euphemism for the dramatic changes in the way work is organized and managed. Students of labor history appreciate that the new model of work management represents an abrupt turnaround in our work philosophy and belief system. We have to go back to the 1890s—the...
Effective team measurement hinges on a clear identification of team priorities, expected team results, and the proper measurements to use to address individual and team performance. This article shows how companies may take specific steps to devise effective team performance measurements. The...
Too much of the conventional wisdom about pay and performance management is based on large companies' practices. These firms typically define fairness in terms of consistency, reliance on inflexible human resource systems, and a culture that attracts and retains people who are more comfortable...
The nature of jobs is changing, from clearly defined responsibilities to a broader, more flexible use of skills and competencies. As the changes continue, and in the event the traditional concept of jobs disappears, employers won't be able to benchmark job salary levels because the marketplace...
The U.S. labor market has always been in flux, and contrary to common belief, employees have not historically remained in one job for the lengths of their careers. But, in an effort to remain adaptable and efficient in the labor market, employers today are making fewer paternalistic promises;...
Most organizations reward employees (merit increases, incentive payouts) on a 12-month cycle. Unfortunately, employee-produced results do not tend to occur in neat 12-month cycles. Organizations need to provide rewards that are more timely and closely linked to employee results. For example, by...
Off-site work arrangements are becoming the norm. Through technological advances, companies are able to create networks of managers, customers, suppliers, and production and service workers that literally span the globe and the clock. Under the old model, employees reported to a central location...
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