Human Resources Models

E=MC2 Relativity Theory and Culture of Learning

Make no mistake I am no expert mathematician but I've been interested in aligning the world of maths, science and Human Capital development for some time now, especially in our own South African context.

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What is the wildcard for learning practitioners in 2014?

learning practitioners,intelligent data,learning function,HR,management,training,

Building an integrated learning strategy that is driven by intelligent business data will be where many South African organisations need to focus their efforts in the next 24 months.

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SA’s HR industry sets a new standard

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South Africa’s HR industry received a much-needed ‘shot in the arm’ and achieved a milestone with the rollout of national HR standards, the culmination of the HR Standards Project initiated in 2012 by the South African Board for People Practices (SABPP).

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HR steps up as ad spend goes down

Advertising spend is in decline, and employees are stepping into the gap as brand ambassadors for their companies - making HR investment all the more important.

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HRD Council approves three year plan

The 10th meeting of the Human Resources Development Council of South Africa (HRDCSA) approved the revised National Integrated Human Resource Development Plan.

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The new science of human capital

There are many theories on how to remain competitive in the current fast paced business environment. Here Professor John Boudreau presents the human capital model which focuses on using talent to improve organisational strategies and achieve success.

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