Three Ideas on the Future of the HRBP ModelHosted by: GE
One of the most highly debated topics in the HR market currently is the necessity of the HR Business Partner and how they will help mold the future of our organizations. From the looks of the fully-packed room at GE’s offices the other week, this is still a topic that requires a lot of development here in Japan. In attendance were the HR leaders of companies such as AIG, Bayer, Bristol-Myers Squibb, CSL Behring, Dassault Systemes, DHL, Maersk, Merck, Nissan, Tesla, Twitter and many others. Our co-host of the evening, Rina Sakuraba, HR Leader of GE Healthcare Japan, stated that…
Overhauling Performance ReviewsEMEA • Hosted by: GE
Undoubtedly, talent management has been on the list of senior executive’s worry list for some time now. Finding a way to accurately measure performance and give meaningful feedback that has a positive impact on productivity has been one of HR leader’s top priorities. The traditional performance rating system–with its annual goal setting and review period–is, simply put, no longer effective. Sibel Bostanci Celebi, Head of Learning and Talent Development, SAMEAT (South Asia, Middle East, Africa, Turkey) at GE Corporate Leadership, discusses how the organisation is faring after they stopped performance ratings.
HR Opportunities and DisruptionsHosted by: GE
We had the pleasure of bringing togther HR leaders from our network in EMEA to the GE Power offices in Zurich to discuss opportunities and disruptions for HR over the next 10 years. There were many companies in attendance including ABB, Firmenich, Human Edge Consulting, Kudelski, Novartis, Oracle, Procter & Gamble, Schindler, Swatch and Zurich. Key discussion points included the future of organisational structures, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and whether the traditional resume has become obsolete. The rise of the tech-dominated workforce is having significant consequences for the way organisations are structured. The traditionally hierarchical organisations are having…