41 min

People Practices Are Systematic, Not Programmatic HR Superstars

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Your culture has to connect to the solution(s) you offer, your compensation strategy has to connect to your culture, your planning process has to connect to your goals for your workforce…
All this stuff has to connect. Why?
People practices aren’t programmatic. They’re systematic.
In this episode, we interview Denise Thomas , VP, Operations (COO) at Cisco Meraki , about why people practitioners need to build systems, not programs:
Denise talks with us about:

Architecting for human experience and high performance
Reverse engineering your company culture to support people and business need
The power of the cultural environment to influence business outcomes
Why career ladders need to topple
Taking a systematic perspective on the cultural environment


For the entire interview, subscribe to HR Superstars on Spotify , Apple Podcasts , or Stitcher . Or tune in on our website .
Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for HR Superstars in your favorite podcast player.

Your culture has to connect to the solution(s) you offer, your compensation strategy has to connect to your culture, your planning process has to connect to your goals for your workforce…
All this stuff has to connect. Why?
People practices aren’t programmatic. They’re systematic.
In this episode, we interview Denise Thomas , VP, Operations (COO) at Cisco Meraki , about why people practitioners need to build systems, not programs:
Denise talks with us about:

Architecting for human experience and high performance
Reverse engineering your company culture to support people and business need
The power of the cultural environment to influence business outcomes
Why career ladders need to topple
Taking a systematic perspective on the cultural environment


For the entire interview, subscribe to HR Superstars on Spotify , Apple Podcasts , or Stitcher . Or tune in on our website .
Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for HR Superstars in your favorite podcast player.

41 min