Some best practices for quarterly reporting outlined here are focus on the story you want to tell, evolving data and analytics, keep it clean, and tailor the report to the audience.
Last month we introduced 3 questions that should be asked of any reporting that is done with a regular cadence - monthly, quarterly, annually - where you can get into the habit of "same old, same old".
Like any other element of an organisation, the HR department must be structured in a way that allows it to deliver value to a business. This article explains why.
There is a saying that when you point one finger in criticism, there are four fingers pointing back at you. This adage came to my mind recently as I read an article published in a McKinsey quarterly. The article was focused on the way in which HR departments are organised or structured. It got me thinking that maybe businesses might be best served if organisational re-engineering started with an examination of the structure of the HR organisation itself.
Like any other element of an organisation, the HR department must be structured in a way that allows it to deliver value to a business. The article in McKinsey, referred to a new trend in highly developed HR organisations of establishing centers of … Continue reading “A new spin on the HR department design”