Category Archives: Employee wellbeing

Toward Mature Talent Management: Beyond Shareholder Value

MI’s Professor David Collings explains how Talent Management must be addressed in a much wider context of Value in the latest edition of the HRDQ journal: Abstract: Talent management has become one of the most prevalent topics in the field … Continue reading

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Why Organization Maturity is good for our planet

I wrote a piece for the Guardian two years ago  arguing that what was missing from the sustainability debate was a focus on the human element of organizations. I questioned how an organization could be truly sustainable if the people … Continue reading

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Human solidarity – capitalists, workers, citizens and shoppers of the world – unite!

In April, over 1000 garment workers died in the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh.  The right wing Daily Telegraph reported that “many saw Rana Plaza as the moment fashion shoppers would realise cheap prices had consequences further up the … Continue reading

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