Research shows that corporate directors, financial auditors, and business executives at Davos believe that “culture” matters and is an increasing challenge in today’s organizations, particularly with hybrid work when people may not be face-to-face. In the COVID world—when many employees worked at home often isolated from each other—cultural and social cohesion has declined, often leading to lower employee experience scores and increased mental health challenges. Everyone readily accepts that organization “culture” exists and has impact. Creating the right culture will enable organizations to flourish and win in the marketplace. With so many recent ideas about culture, join Dave Ulrich on this masterclass, where he will offer a simple playbook for today’s culture agenda to help business and HR leaders navigate the culture issue: Why culture matters, what culture means, and how to create or change a cultureBook You Ticket
The crises of our day (global coronavirus pandemic, the ongoing War on Ukraine, global immigration, economic decline, rising inflation, political squabbles, and personal and emotional malaise) have accentuated the importance of human resource issues to help an organization succeed in the marketplace. Numerous HR innovations in programs, processes, practices, and digital apps have occurred under the rubric of HR transformation. We believe it is time to offer guidance on the extent to which organization effectiveness initiatives in talent, capability, and leadership deliver results to employees, strategies, customers, investors, and communities. During this session, professor Ulrich will shift the discussion of HR transformation from what is done to what should be done. Rather than randomly create innovative HR initiatives, business and HR leaders can receive rigorous guidance on where to focus for results.Book You Ticket
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