For most of my career I was fortunate to be part of a major Fortune 500 company. I had insane career growth opportunities (IMHO) and real adventures in learning, leading, traveling and challenging myself. When I became a single mom, I had a manager who understood I needed to work at home when my daughters … Continue reading I’m passionate about wellness at work. Here’s why.
Most of us are happy if our payroll systems deliver our payroll on time and accurately. So why rebuild it on a new software platform?
One of my favorite Disney characters is the lesser-known Figment - an impish dragon who challenges traditional thinking and scientific proofs as he interacts with scientist, Dr. Nigel Channing on the EPCOT ride, Figment's Journey into Imagination. "Sure, you can see with your eyes," says Figment, "but imagine what you could see if you used your … Continue reading The Science of HR: No experiments, please!
There’s a rumble in the atmosphere as technical advancements of the last three decades convene together upon something larger than themselves. Enter the workplace of the Fourth Industrial Revolution where the data points we have carefully collected over the past several decades are now connected in ways that would be the envy of The Jetsons. … Continue reading Strategic HR for a New Industrial Revolution
In her Ted Talk, Why Art Thrives at Burning Man, Nora Atkinson poses the question: Why in this increasingly digital age are people still coming out into the desert, in extreme conditions to make art? And the answer: it's because of the human connection. In the world in which I work, we talk about making everything … Continue reading Imagine Loving HR Again
So, this is my first blog post on "Recharge HR!" And I want to tell you a little bit about why and how this online book came to be. In my work with Americas' SAP Users' Group (aka, ASUG), I was hired to be the Human Resources ("HR") subject matter expert. First, let me say that … Continue reading The Beginning