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December 18, 2013 2014 will be an exciting and challenging year for HR, learning, and talent professionals. In summary, this is a year businesses will find it increasingly difficult to attract, retain, and develop their people. Passion, engagement, development, and innovation are key. ( Download our 66 page Predictions Report here .) Global economic growth will create a new level of competition

“Prepared to be wrong to do something original” : Attitude to Innovation

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As adults, the behaviour of not taking risks that do not have predictable outcomes, can be traced back to the thoughts/experiences we acquire in our childhood.

How to make your Message Viral

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Want to have your message become viral? Is there a way to spread the word without big budgets? I have long wonderd if there is a systematic way one could make a message viral. I finally got a lot of answers. I Watched this Video and then read the book. Jonah Berger has done extensive research on why messages spread.Some key take aways for me:-No need for large budgets.No need
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I have found this link important to be read by Entrepreneurs or Decision makers to realise the necessity of Human Resources in any growing organisations.
  by Ruth Mayhew, Demand Media HR occupies an vital role within an organization. Comstock/Comstock/Getty Images Human resources is important to organizations in 10 specific areas, ranging from strategic planning to company
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 By: Guest post Joseph Fung
Startup companies should have a HR perspective in mind for the future Goal's. Do not neglect HR activities. I am sharing the link which I think it will be useful...
Guest post written by Joseph Fung   Joseph Fung is co-founder and CEO of TribeHR. Joseph Fung Ask any startup CEO to rank their greatest challenges, and inevitably human resources makes the
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 by Rakesh Kochhar
Ideas are a dime a dozen, yet an idea is like a seed which can grow into a large enterprise. This nicely written article shows the different stages of an idea- ideation to validation to implementation. One should not get stopped at just the idea stage nor should one pursue an idea without substance. This artile by Rakesh Kochhar gives a perspective on this.
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How to measure the performance of a BA?

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Further to the interesting panel discussion on measuring the performance of a BA during the BA World, at Bangalore, India, I thought I would like to add my ideas / thoughts on how the performance of a BA can actually be measured – from a BA and an HR perspective.  

3 Ways to Pitch Yourself in 30 Seconds

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You really only get one chance to make a first impression and you will be competing against people who have really thought through how they can be powerfully impactful on the first 2 sentences. We all end up giving people labels - Verne "the Growth Guy", Alex "the tech guru", Aidan "makes financ