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Design Thinking in HR

Ask an HR Expert: The Employee Experience

Ask an HR Expert: The Employee Experience

Why are organisations embracing design thinking to create a positive employee experience? We asked our resident HR expert, Kate O’Halloran this and other questions…

How connecting CX and EX gives you a Competitive Edge

How connecting CX and EX gives you a Competitive Edge

2018 may have been the the year of the Customer Experience (CX) and 2019 is the year of the Employee Experience (EX), but the two are inextricably linked. Organisations that understand this and allow their employees to thrive will always have the competitive advantage.

The Era of the Employee Experience

The Era of the Employee Experience

2019 and 2020 have been coined the years’ of the employee experience (EX). So why is there such a focus on optimising the employee experience and why should HR Practitioners or business owners be concerned with it?

Motivating Teams to Innovate

Motivating Teams to Innovate

Good leadership is the ability to get extraordinary achievements from ordinary people. Knowing that collaboration is vital to innovation, how do you keep teams motivated with a multitude of personalities, ambitions and motivators? We asked two innovation workshop facilitators…

Design Thinking and the Future of Human Resources

Design Thinking and the Future of Human Resources

Continuous transformation in the workplace is the new norm. To meet this new world and prepare for the future of work, HR teams are shifting focus from resource management to talent management, from recruitment to engagement, from internally focussed to user focussed, from hierarchical structure to empowering individuals.  

HR: Then & Now. Traditional to Human Centred

HR: Then & Now. Traditional to Human Centred

HR is in transition, Design Thinking presents a human-centred approach to address every area of HR from talent management to performance reviews, recruitment to people and culture.

Take a look at the difference between HR of then and the HR of now, are you caught somewhere in between?

WHEN CO-DESIGN ISN'T CO-DESIGN

WHEN CO-DESIGN ISN'T CO-DESIGN

Co-design enables a range of people to creatively contribute to the solution of a problem. Many organisations create the ‘illusion of co-design’. I worked for one such organisation, here is what happened…

Unifying Your Tribe

Unifying Your Tribe

Culture is what people do when no one is looking. If this statement rings true, what are the employees in your company doing when no one is looking? What is your company culture? How do employees know ‘how things are done around here’? Is your tribe thriving, fighting or flailing?

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