Cracking the Code on Employee Experience
Close to one hundred HR leaders came together and shared their thoughts and views on the theme of employee experience. Many different industries and types of organizations were represented at the sessions, including Pfizer, WeWork and Nike amongst others. Whether the business is B2B or B2C and is either well established or a young start-up, all expressed enthusiasm and focus on the topic of employee experience. A natural question for those who are just starting up was; why does employee experience matter?
Korea: "Big Data" in a Smaller Market – A One-Size Fits All Approach Just Doesn't Work
In May, ChapmanCG held three separate meetings for Korea HR Leaders in Seoul and Gyeonggi-do, hosted by Nike, BNY Mellon and Johnson Controls. The general theme of these three discussions was ‘Big Data’ and how it is affecting HR management and HR practices in Korea. Size Matters The three meetings were all very lively, and the groups covered a number of interesting points. However, one general theme that we heard from all groups was the danger of collecting too much data and forcing excessive complexity on smaller and lower resourced HR Leaders. For many multinational companies, Korea is often a…
Japan HR Leaders Discuss Leadership, Change and Engagement in the Japan Context
The Chapman Consulting Group today concluded a week of group meetings with Japan HR Leaders. We convened nine separate groups in this series, with between ten and twenty Japan HR Country Heads in attendance at each one. Thanks go to the Japan HR Leaders from each of the organisations that helped to co-host these group sessions: Linklaters, Syngenta, State Street, Nike, 3M, Fast Retailing, and Gap. Extra thanks must go to the Mandarin Oriental, Tokyo, who co-hosted an HR Leaders meeting in their historic Oak Room, and to Coca-Cola who offered the group of HR Leaders a very special extra…