HR Innovation and Future of Work
Leading Organizations in the New World of Work
Hacking HR, 2020
Creating a human-centered workplace is essential for future success.
Many organizations fail to get the best from their employees. Rather than mobilize people’s creativity, passion and resilience to encourage innovation and engagement, their bureaucratic management models hamper or actively discourage these valuable attributes. In this session of Hacking HR, management consultant and professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at London Business School Gary Hamel explores the problems caused by bureaucratic workplaces and offers practical advice on how to create an organization that is “fit for human beings” and, therefore, fit for the future.
About the Speaker
HR Innovation and Future of Work is a workshop series run by Hacking HR, a global community of HR and business leaders, practitioners, consultants and technologists. Gary Hamel is the director of Management Innovation eXchange, a business thinker, and visiting professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at London Business School.
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