124 episodes

In this series, David Green will be speaking to a range of senior HR leaders who are pushing a data-driven and digital HR agenda. There is an increasing need for HR professionals to become more digitally and numerically literate – to acquire the skills necessary to process, produce and leverage digital information to create business value. You'll hear from people leaders who are driving transformation in their organisations on how HR can prepare for the future and what HR leaders need to do to prepare for the Future of Work.
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In this series, David Green will be speaking to a range of senior HR leaders who are pushing a data-driven and digital HR agenda. There is an increasing need for HR professionals to become more digitally and numerically literate – to acquire the skills necessary to process, produce and leverage digital information to create business value. You'll hear from people leaders who are driving transformation in their organisations on how HR can prepare for the future and what HR leaders need to do to prepare for the Future of Work.
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    What is the Impact of Hybrid Working on Employees and Employers? (Interview with Peter Cappelli)

    What is the Impact of Hybrid Working on Employees and Employers? (Interview with Peter Cappelli)

    On the show today, I am talking to Peter Cappelli, the George W. Taylor Professor of Management and the Professor of Education and Director for The Centre for HR, at The Wharton School.
    Throughout the conversation Peter shares his extensive knowledge and research on the world of work, HR, and leadership and we cover a number of different topics that Peter, has unique insights on.
    These include:

    The impact of hybrid working on employees and employers and the effect this could have on people in their careers, now that we are coming out of the pandemicHow employers are approaching bringing employees back to the office and what that means for employee productivity and engagementThe rise in employee activism and how organisations should respond to this and why, in Peter’s view, companies just aren't getting better at workforce planningPeter’s thoughts on how HR can add business value, as we start to come out of the pandemic
    Support for this podcast comes from orgvue. You can learn more by visiting https://www.orgvue.com.

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    • 55 min
    What Do You Need To Support Continuous Workforce Planning? (Interview with Abdul Hummaida)

    What Do You Need To Support Continuous Workforce Planning? (Interview with Abdul Hummaida)

    On the show today, I am talking to Abdul Hummaida, Chief Technology Officer at orgvue. Throughout our conversation, Abdul shares his perspective on the evolution of org design and workforce planning and the shift that companies are making, to more frequent and regular planning cycles.
    We also discuss:

    The importance of having access to real-time data that can support planning decisions and enable collaboration across different parts of the businessThe role of technology in supporting organisations to move to shorter planning cycles and provide better security when dealing with sensitive dataHow to build an effective planning process that supports both bottom-up and top-down planning inputs to be aggregated and integrated in a transparent wayAbdul’s thoughts on how HR can add business value as we start to come out of the pandemic
    Support for this podcast comes from orgvue. You can learn more by visiting https://www.orgvue.com.

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    • 40 min
    Coca-Cola's Chief People Officer on HR's Role in Organisational Transformation

    Coca-Cola's Chief People Officer on HR's Role in Organisational Transformation

    On the show today, I am talking to Lisa Chang, Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer at the Coca-Cola Company. Throughout our conversation Lisa shares her perspective on how HR is evolving as a function, based on her experiences throughout a nearly 30 year career in HR and her current role as a Chief People Officer, for employees across more than 200 countries worldwide.
    We also discuss:

    The role of the Chief People Officer and the HR function in supporting organisational transformationThe impact of the pandemic on employee experience and wellness and how the Coca-Cola Company has addressed thisThe critical areas that HR needs to focus on to be successful in the futureHow HR can add business value as we start to transition out of the pandemic
    Support for this podcast comes from orgvue. You can learn more by visiting https://www.orgvue.com.

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    • 54 min
    How to Encourage Employees to Speak Up with Ethan Burris

    How to Encourage Employees to Speak Up with Ethan Burris

    On the show today, I am talking to Ethan Burris, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Management at The University of Texas at Austin, where we will discuss Ethan’s fascinating work on employee voice.
    Throughout our conversation Ethan and I discuss the organisational dynamics surrounding employee voice and leadership.
    In particular, we discuss:

    What employees need to consider when giving feedback to their managers and selling ideas up the chain of commandHow managers can create an environment where their employees feel comfortable giving and receiving feedbackWhat companies need to consider when trying to scale employee listeningEthan’s thoughts on how HR can add business value as we start to come out of the pandemic
    Support for this podcast comes from orgvue. You can learn more by visiting https://www.orgvue.com.

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    • 55 min
    What Will the Future of HR Look Like in 2030? (Isabelle Chappuis and Gabriele Rizzo)

    What Will the Future of HR Look Like in 2030? (Isabelle Chappuis and Gabriele Rizzo)

    On the show today, I am talking to Isabelle Chappuis and Gabriele Rizzo, the authors of a fascinating new book called "HR Futures 2030. A Design For Future Ready Human Resources".
    Throughout our conversation, Isabelle and Gabriele run through their 10 traits for the future of work in HR and cover some of the key disciplines that HR leaders will need to consider to be successful in 2030 and beyond.
    Isabelle, Gabriele, and I also discuss:

    What is foresight and how can techniques from the world of defence be used in HR and in business to provide a strategic advantageThe importance of topics such as trust, community, digital, and sustainability, to organisations of the futureThree of the 22 disciplines highlighted in their book. The first is called, know your employee. The second is focused on the newly blurred lines between work and life. And the third is a fascinating new area called HR hacktivismTheir perspective on the role of technology in supporting employee experience
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    • 52 min
    How HR Can be a Partner and a Coach to the Business (Mambu's Chief People Officer, Charlie Johnston)

    How HR Can be a Partner and a Coach to the Business (Mambu's Chief People Officer, Charlie Johnston)

    On this week’s episode of the podcast, I am talking to Charlie Johnston, Chief People Officer at Mambu. Throughout our conversation, Charlie shares his illuminating perspective on how HR can partner effectively with the business and the role of HR in supporting business leaders and their teams.
    We also discuss:

    The differences between running HR in a large company and a smaller startup environmentThe capabilities that HR needs to be successful in the futureHow to make sure that HR is always focused on supporting the business strategy The future for employee experience and how technology will support this
    Support for this podcast comes from 365Talents. You can learn more by visiting https://365talents.com.

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    • 55 min

Customer Reviews

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46 Ratings

46 Ratings

Jigwigmig ,

This is our future!

The conversations that David facilitates are essentially a crystal ball into our future. He talks about how/what we need to do as HR professionals to maximize our contributions to our business. I cannot stress the value of what I have learned here. Thank you to David for providing this master class of learning!

Mark Colgan ,

Awesome show!

David is awesome at interviewing key guests and teasing out the valuable knowledge they have to share. If you really care about the future of work, you definitely should listen to this podcast. Thanks David!

dirkp ,

Outstanding for HR leaders and professionals

Thoughtful, insightful, and my way to keep ahead of new trends in HR

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