Can the Great Resignation become the Great Reimagination?

People are calling it the Great Resignation, a phenomenon that describes huge numbers of employees exiting their jobs and changing their lifestyles, careers and working habits following the COVID-19 pandemic. In the wake of this trend, companies are coming up with new ways to navigate these uncharted waters. The result …

The Magic Mix in the Digital Transformation of the HR function

Everything is going digital, including the HR function but, like any other organisational operation, the question of how far we should go when embracing that transformation is unskippable. How much is enough and what role should humans play? Before addressing the question, let’s set the basis. Human Experience Management, or …

How this changing world is shaping our learning experience

Lately we’ve been hearing and reading the sentence “change is the only constant” a lot!  As we know, this saying is bigger than just the context of the pandemic. It’s also tied to speedy technological developments and modern life itself and brings with it the need for trust—among us, in …

The silent office: tips on how to survive isolated home-based work

The fast-spreading COVID-19 makes some of us feel like we’re in a zombie apocalypse: limiting human contact, avoiding large crowds, and remaining behind closed doors to escape contamination. Almost straight out of a science-fiction movie or a dystopian novel, right? Not quite. The coronavirus is affecting each and every part …

What Luxembourg HR pros think of the current state of the industry

The Human Resources (HR) function is spellbound by the times in which we live, ones of digital turmoil and societal change. Once any of these factors reaches critical mass, businesses are bound to pledge adherence —there isn’t another option anyway — and so must everything HR. The, “It’s just a …

People Experience Series: 5 tips for businesses to thrive

A story has no beginning or end: arbitrarily one chooses that moment of experience from which to look back or from which to look ahead, wrote the English novelist Graham Greene. Leaders preparing for tomorrow’s workforce face a world where the old preconceptions do not apply. Yesterday’s assumptions about how workers …

People Experience Series: Facilitating intrapreneurship in 3 steps

Intrapreneurship is a loaded word. It might sound very 21st-century, but its five syllables are older than that, and so is its meaning. The term “Intrapreneur” dates back to 1978, when Gifford Pinchot and Elizabeth Pinchot coined it in the book “Intra-Corporate Entrepreneurship” while attending Tarrytown School for Entrepreneurs in …

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