Human Resources Articles

Human Resources section covers the wide spectrum of management of workforce, interpersonal relations in the corporate world by having articles on different concepts. Apart from these institutions and systems working for empowerment of the people also falls under this category.



Big Data in HR - A Revolution in People Management 26 July 2016

Big Data is the accumulation of tremendous measure of information which can't be handled just with human intervention. Data is important to each field including administration. Big Data examination and appropriate administration of Big Data is particularly vital in different fields of administration. Basic leadership frameworks are turning out to be increasingly data driven. A noteworthy US aircraft organization had utilized Big Data examination to conquer the misfortunes brought about because of wrong estimation of expected time of entry. The field of Human Resource Management incorporates different stages. So with the headway of time, large amount of data is accessible which is identified with HR and acquired from different sources. Presently each of the decisions is turning out to be increasingly data driven than past experience and expectations.

 

Lessons in Management & Business from Movies 20 July 2016

Movies are a part and parcel of our lives. Importance of cinema has caught up to us in the last 20-25 years. Cinema fosters the culture, music, languages of a place and is an important medium of providing information to the masses. Not only information but also the learning that is acquired through movies is immensely valuable. There are avid movie lovers, average movie-goers and people who watch movie once in a blue moon. In this piece, The importance of movies in management context is discussed, not just for management graduates, but also for everyone and everything encompassing business.

 

Wearable Devices- The Next Big Thing in Learning? 12 July 2016

Imagine this:

A mobile company receives customer complaints about poor call quality in a particular area. The technician assigned to the problem travels to the faulty tower. He climbs 200 feet to the top and discovers an issue he has not encountered before. Sitting atop the tower, he clicks on his head-mounted device, connects to the company’s solution repository and speaks some keywords. A few solutions pop up on his screen. He finds the right one and solves the problem. A few voice commands later, he speaks with his supervisor who validates that service has been restored. Time to celebrate a job well done!

 

Attitude, Skill, Knowledge - The Formula for Success 10 July 2016

Attitude, skill and knowledge, all the three elements put together form a success formula. It is a well-known fact that any person with a remarkable blend of all the above mentioned 3 characteristics will come out as a human being with lots of intelligence, leadership qualities and mentoring abilities. But, the question is, can any one of these attributes stand alone and guide a person to the zenith? The answer is probably NO.

 

HR Analytics- Driving Return on Human Capital 06 July 2016

Analytics is no longer an arena open to only marketing, sales and product development. HR has now embraced the fact based approach to prove its worth. Pioneering companies such as Cognizant, Best Buy, Xerox, Sysco etc. have all adopted big data analytics in HR as a saviour to ensure highest levels of performance, productivity, engagement and retention of the top talent to gain a competitive edge. 71% of CEOs view human capital as top factor contributing to growth and people costs often approach 60% of the corporate variable costs. No longer can the HR rely on trust and relationships and thus companies have started to give more weightage to analytics rather than gut instincts.

 

Performance Appraisal - Judging & Rewarding the Employee 01 July 2016

Performance appraisal, normally in corporate world called as appraisal. Appraisal is the structured analysis of employee’s performance and to understand the areas on which employee needs improvement in order to sustain himself or herself in the competitive corporate world.

 


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