I'll be speaking on the New HR at the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI)'s National Convention on 27th August.
By the way, if you've not seen any of my earlier posts on the New HR, I'm defining this as managing groups of people not just single individuals. Old HR was managing employees, New HR is managing communities. So New HR focuses on social capital rather than human capital. And it redefines the title of our profession, HR, as a focus on Human Relationships.
This seems to come up all the time these days. For example, Dave has just suggested the future HR operating model is about relationships. I agree, but think the most important relationships aren't those between HR and the rest of the organisation but between everyone working in the organisation. We all need love maps!
Or what about the various conversations about performance management? Much of this is about the need to focus on the role of teams. For example at HR Tech Europe yesterday it was suggested that performance ratings be replaced by reputational status within an organisation.
Or take reward. The CIPD have now suggested most of what we do in reward is a waste of time, and of course, money. Why? - well as I was tweeting with Charles Cotton, the CIPD's Head of Reward yesterday, it's because we try to pay individuals for performance when the basis for this performance is collective effort.
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