Category Archives: HR practice appraisal

MI launches its first major project – ‘Reward & Value’

MI is very pleased to announce its first major project – ‘Reward and value – individual, organizational, shareholder, societal. Developing a mature (MI) approach.’ – which is being led by MI Associate Matt Sinnott. Background The mounting dissatisfaction with reward … Continue reading

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Maturity is to organization what Android is to Smartphone

God bless Google.  I never thought I would hear myself saying that but everyday I switch my Smartphone on I am in awe of its capabilities and the Android operating system that makes it all happen. I still get the … Continue reading

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Performance management – SHRM Foundation finally acknowledges need for mature approach

How long does it take for mature thinking in HR to take hold?  Let’s consider this question in relation to how the problematic topic of performance management has fared over the last 20 years or so.  Back in 2000, I … Continue reading

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The right sort of profit is societal value

If you are a serious HR professional then you will already know that since 2010 SHRM has been trying to establish itself as the leader in HR standards; not just in the US but globally.  Things are not going according … Continue reading

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