New re:Work guides on innovation
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Innovation can happen anywhere in an organization. Get tips on how to encourage more innovative behavior and grow your people's ability to solve problems in new and creative ways ..read more
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Google’s algorithm-powered internal job marketplace
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Google’s frontline teams needed a new staffing model to better support strategy shifts and employee development. It needed to be scalable and dynamic, so we created a job market, giving employees and managers choices ..read more
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Changing the change rules at Google
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At Google, change is constant. But how we managed and messaged change wasn’t always working. So we developed a simple framework to rethink reorgs and it starts by asking “Do we even need this change ..read more
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Leaders in People Analytics: Capital One’s ongoing quest to advance HR research
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Capital One’s People Analytics leader explains how his team delivers key insights and rigorous solutions to complex business problems, all while staying on top of the latest HR research ..read more
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Hacking your innovation mindset
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The Stanford d.school strives to help people become everyday innovators. Learn how they help their students build the creative confidence to tackle real-life problems in innovative ways ..read more
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Leaders in People Analytics: Microsoft’s collaborative approach to research
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What works in research doesn’t often transfer in practice. Learn what Dawn Klinghoffer, Microsoft’s HR Business Insights lead, has to say about navigating the research-practice divide and bringing analytics to the business ..read more
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Creating A High-Trust, High-Performance Culture
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Building a culture of trust can be a powerful way to improve performance. Neuroscientific research shows that trust reduces social frictions and promotes cooperative behavior among colleagues — and that managers can create high-trust, high-performance teams ..read more
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How OKRs fuel innovation
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Leaders get frustrated when they can’t just point in one direction and get everyone to follow; teams get equally frustrated with inconsistent, unprioritized goals. OKRs (Objective & Key Results) help leaders and teams get aligned and innovate more quickly ..read more
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Postmortem culture: how you can learn from failure
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Failures are an inevitable part of innovation and can provide great data to make products, services, and organizations better. Google uses “postmortems” to capture and share the lessons of failure ..read more
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Innovation isn’t rocket science
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According to IDEO, the leaders of organizations who successfully build innovative cultures exhibit the same five behaviors ..read more
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