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On 29 November 2018 (SAVE THE DATE!) the first HR TREND TALKS. It will be an interesting day of discussion of HR issues and the technological trends that support HR growth and development
The use of “personas” represents a sign of how HR departments are starting to adopt marketing methods strategically in identifying typical profiles within the company organization
Within a dedicated technological environment, AGILE Continuous Feedback is proving to be one of the most useful “relational policies” in the system of managerial skills of our time
If feedback is a present and improves the original conditions, we can think of a continuous feedback between the players in a corporate setting. The results would be exceptional
What develops from the mixture of the old-style Academy and the widespread knowledge that is now encoded in series of 1s and 0s? These two parents, one physical and the other virtual, give birth to a really strange and fascinating hybrid. The creature that nobody imagined could ever exist is called learning organization
Every learning solution takes the form of macro and micro-topics. This mix has always been common in every type of learning, but finally, now, there are tools capable of implementing this principle concretely. What is Microlearning in a Learning Management System?
The company remains responsible for checking the work done and also the responsibility of putting the employees in a position to be able to learn and to indicate the most suitable contents (hence the logic lying at the basis of the Content Learning Management System) to implement the skills required to do their job well
The purpose of the compensation and benefits system is to give employees incentives to reach the company’s objectives other than those defined as ordinary, that is, those that are required of every employee by contract
4.0. training requirement management processes represent an important (and awkward) issue for all managers in charge of large companies with numerous employees and diversified businesses, roles and skills