The DGFP invites you to think about the future of HR in a blog parade. I am happy to participate in the discussion as a basis for the conference on 3-4 May, which will take place in parallel – and in conjunction with re:publica.
The core question is: Why should someone take HR on a mission to Mars? A beautiful image that makes the digital transformation and the necessary „DenkRaumErweiterung“ (means: „Think beyond the common frame“) clear. My provocative thesis:
We are educating about 1.000 colleagues to become GUIDEs for our current (digital) Transformation project.
2012, when we started the first GUIDE network to implement Enterprise Social Media, it took us quite some effort to build trust for this new role and find about 400 colleagues worldwide. Seems like the reputation is still echoing… this time with an updated concept, we have more than 2.000 nominees already.
Two weeks ago, we started our first of 15 regional GUIDE education camps – 5 days each.
For many it is still a challenge, not to just learn tools, but soft skills, change methods and all about networking, WOL and values based collaboration. (mehr …)
Within the last years we developed a holistic approach for #leadingChange #nextLearning and #relevantCommunication – In my current project, I have the opportunity to bring all that to the next level on greater scale (150000 employees, 50 countries)
Here is a SWAY presentation with an overview and first details about our journey. This should also answer some questions on how to deal with todays demands in complexity, constantly changing frame conditions („evergreen“) and driving a diversity respecting adoption:
This post is also part of the blog parade #nextlearning formats in organizations
What is Twitter? What’s that good for? How does that work? …. “But I don’t want to tell you everything about myself… that doesn’t matter anyway… it’s just nonsense… I can’t do anything with it…” > Questions and sentences I come across very often.
I myself have been watching Twitter for over a year before I registered there in February 2009. To my question at that time: „How does it work?“ I got the answer: „You will only understand this when you have written 1000 tweets“ – at that time an unimaginable number – or period of time.
Currently I have written more than 14300 messages, shared more than 1400 pictures and am quite happy about more than 3200 followers.
Twitter will soon be 12 years old – that’s why I would like to give a short overview or an introduction to Twitter in this article: (which often happens verbally – but the topic can’t be explained in a few minutes, making it more efficient and sustainable here in a blog post)
Currently I am one of the two project leads for our Office 365 – New Work Style. As I promised to „work out loud“ and as a return for the great support from my networks, here is our Team and Project Introduction Video about our implementation and adoption journey.
One power of social media is in the ease of sharing feedback in many forms. We still see many people struggling with a simple „Thank You“ – which (quite some time ago)I gathered my experience and made a personal, practical feedback recommendation guide. The „features“ needed for this are extremely simple to operate and are available on any! social platform.
Maybe that is also helpful for you:
So, how to give Feedback in (Enterprise) Social Media?
… by showing appreciation, asking questions also critical feedback is great or saying „Thank You“ or „Well done“ …this is so engaging! Also supporting with your profession or competence to further develop the content is a great feedback. (see also Working Out Loud)
In the „digital world“ (LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, XING, Connect, Yammer, Jive and any other social platform) it works exactly in the same way – and since we work globally together, in a virtual environment you can choose from the following „engagement“ levels: (mehr …)
What an honor! Jon Ingham(British HR Consultant) (LinkedIn / Twitter), Organization Strategist (website) is about to publish a new book, which adds „social and digital“ to our organizational thinking. He gave me the great opportunity to read it upfront and despite having very little time for additional extra projects, this caught my attention very fast.
We see more and more books coming out form all kind of authors – evangelists, regular authors making money, just a few people actually being in the process of re-organization (they are typically quite busy right now 😉Jon’s book is different. (mehr …)
Organizations are so strange. Everyone wants the high potentials, the best employees on the market. But once they are hired, they are often put into the „leader“ (think, involve, solution) and the „employee“ (work, follow, problem) drawer.
So employees are not being asked or involved in decision making or planning. That might sound black and white, but ask yourself:
Who is asked in your organization, once a decision is needed? Leaders or Employees
I am happy to share with you the results of one of my recent projects at Continental on my future work mission – the Flexibility Engagement Campaign – For people, with people.
Click below to read the full story with additional videos, results and summary presentation:
Warum Elon Musk sein Ikigai vermutlich gefunden hat und meine Leidenschaft für Rezepte von @Ottolenghi mich nicht unmittelbar dahin führen - Nachgedanken zum Clubhouse-Talk https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/ikigai-unternehmen-nachgedanken-zum-clubhouse-talk-carmen-kauffmann via @LinkedIn
Danke an @ConnyHeinke, @AndreaLepperhoff und @haraldschirmer!
„Wofür es sich zu leben lohnt“ bzw. #purpose oder #Ikigai (bekannt auch aus #WOL working out loud)
Darum geht es heute Abend im Kontext von Unternehmen mit Carmen Kauffmann und meinen sehr geschätzten #Leadership Expertinnen/Kolleginnen Andrea Lepperhoff…https://lnkd.in/d_dDWFg
Bernd Siewert #Bravo Wie man es auch dreht und wendet: Deine wertvollen Ideen, ganzheitlicen Analysen und vor Allem wirkungsvolle Umsetzung ist beeindruckend! Danke!
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