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Continuous Improvement With a Bit of Retro

Increasing the performance of a shared service operation, whether in-house or outsourced, is a major key performance indicator (KPI).  There are always new targets and pressures to reduce cost
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Posted On :  16-07-2017

Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics

Lies, damn lies and statistics is a term that was popularised by Mark Twain, who attributed it to the British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli.  It was my university statistics course professo
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Posted On :  11-07-2017

What is Different about HR in Not for Profit?

In June I had the opportunity to facilitate two breakfast sessions for Ethical Jobs, Ethical Jobs is a recruitment
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Posted On :  27-06-2017

HR Shared Services and the Gig Economy

The workforce is changing.  While the actual percentage of independent workers varies from study to study and country to country they all agree on one thing, the number of independent workers
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Posted On :  20-06-2017

Transforming HR and Japan

I had the honour to participate in the official launch of the partnership between Excelity Global and a new Japan-based payroll out
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Posted On :  04-06-2017

What am I reading?

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Is the Gig Economy Working?

My current interest is the gig economy.  In many ways, independent workers have been around forever.  What is changing is how we connect to work and the number of people who would claim t
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Posted On :  19-07-2017

What is Your Organisations Digital IQ?

PwC has been doing a Digital IQ survey for almost a decade.  And a lot has changed over that period of time.  They have recently published their 2017 survey results and as with all survey
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Posted On :  11-07-2017

All Freelances are Not Alike

My current passion that is HR related is to read and blog about gig workers - those independent employees no matter what form they come.  One of my more favourite bloggers, HR Bartender,
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Posted On :  11-07-2017

Specialists, Caretakers, and Chameleons: The C-suite in 2021

What makes a good CEO?  What is the right type of CEO for your organisation?  No longer is the C-suite defined by elder statesmen in corner offices at the pinnacles of long, successful ca
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Posted On :  26-06-2017

Best Countries to Live In

The survey, which combines measures of well-being, opportunity and basic needs through 16 outcomes researched by Gallup, UNESCO and the Pew Research Centre, found Australia had among the highest st
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Posted On :  22-06-2017

Saving other things

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The Immense, Eternal Footprint Humanity Leaves on Earth: Plastics

Plastic is everywhere and we are adding to the pile at an exponential rate.  It is in our landfills, oceans, beaches, everywhere.  I have done several posts on the impact plastic is makin
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Posted On :  20-07-2017

One of the Largest Icebergs Ever

There is a record breaking event about to happen in Antarctica.  A huge iceberg is about to break off the Lawson shelf, and the size of this iceberg will be massive.

A rift has grown
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Posted On :  11-07-2017

The Great Barrier Reef Valued at $56b

I would say that the Great Barrier Reef is priceless.  If you have ever had a chance to dive, snorkel or swim on the reef you are lucky.  It is amazing but does need protecting.  Pot
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Posted On :  26-06-2017

Plastic Bottles are Worth Something

If you have ever been to Thailand you will notice that there are almost no plastic bottles littering the streets, payment, parks and beaches.  One of the big reasons for this is that plas
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Posted On :  11-07-2017

Bike Lanes and Major Cities

How good are you at identifying a city just by the bike lanes?  One of the ways that we each can help the environment is to not drive our personal cars to work, shopping or wherever.  Man
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Posted On :  15-06-2017




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