Features

From “flatarchy” to "holocracy", HRM Magazine Asia weighs in on the viability of these unorthodox organisational configurations.
How Takeda Pharmaceutical Company's consolidation of its HR systems helped to modernise the 237-year-old organisation's operations globally.
In order to craft a sound transformation strategy, it is critical that HR first understands the triggers behind the change, writes Philippa Penfold.
Blockchain technology offers several useful features for businesses in today's digital world. Here are four that should come in handy for companies.
How business leaders can help foster a creative and collaborative culture to inspire equality both inside and outside the organisation.
Bitcoin and cryptocurrency were 2017’s big buzzwords, but blockchain looks to inherit that mantle in 2018. How will the technology impact HR?
As project-based, freelance, and gig work become increasingly de rigueur, the laws surrounding such arrangements have come under increasing scrutiny.
Say hello to Jordan Pettman: Nestlé’s Global Head of People Data, Analytics, and Planning; and master of HR metric jargons as complex as the organisation.
The best companies today are “high-speed”, but also humble in their responsibilities to staff, customers, and investors. So says world-renowned management thinker Jason Jennings.
In the act of giving back, HR practitioners will pick up valuable lessons that will not only benefit their work, but also themselves as individuals.
A new study in the US raises serious concerns about employers’ lack of initiatives to prepare workers to be effective, experts say.
Migrating HR data to a cloud provider can save time and money, but companies also have some big decisions to explore.