Seahawks on Diversity

Posted by B.J. Gonzalvo, PhD on Saturday, January 31, 2015 In : Org Psychology 

The Seattle Seahawks are back in the Super Bowl again, something that rarely happens and is not easy to do in the NFL.  So what makes this football team successful?  Well, there are a number of things.  But one thing that stands out, especially for an HR professional, is their diversity statement on their website.


The Seahawks organization is guided by overall principles of acceptance and understanding that help us create a culture of respect, equality and inclusiveness both on and off the fi...


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'Foresee' a Culture of Analytics

Posted by HR Analytics on Thursday, January 15, 2015 In : Analytics 
The years leading up to 2015 affirmed and reaffirmed that we indeed have lots of data. And with lots of data all around us, organizations should really be thinking about how to leverage data to get ahead not only of competition but to get ahead of everyday transactions and to be able to predict and control what's coming down the pike. Almost every transaction in society now is ‘datafied.' The automation and datafication of transactions and actions are giving us the opportunity to understand...
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Managing T.E.L.E.work (Trust, Engaged, Looped-in, Expectations)

Posted by HR Analytics on Friday, January 9, 2015 In : Telework 

Call it telework, telecommute, remote work, virtual work, or flexible work, it all pretty much means the same thing.  It is a work arrangement that eventually could be the way we will all be working in the future (see Cisco, 2007).  And that future is here right now for many of us.   In a 2013 Gallup survey, 40% of employees surveyed were working remotely.  According to Global Workplace Analytics, the estimated?yola-link-is-coming=true total number of teleworkers grew nearly 80% from 2005 thr...

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HR as a Complex Adaptive System

Posted by HR Analytics on Wednesday, December 10, 2014 In : Org Psychology 

Today's business environment is as complex and as dynamic as it has ever been.  Layoffs, corporate restructuring, retirement wave, technology are just some of the factors making an impact on HR's business operations.  And to add to the complexities of it all, there is also the demand for HR to be lean, agile, predictive, and adaptive.  HR does not operate in a vacuum.  It responds to its environment in order to survive and thrive.  It exists in an interdependent social system which is charact...


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Flexible Work Google Ngram

Posted by HR Analytics on Monday, December 8, 2014 In : Org Psychology 

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