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Preparing HR for an Expanded Role

August 6, 2015 This is the last article in a two-part series on the future of human resources in government. Stewart Liff The perception of human resources in government has never been completely favorable, and HR officials have struggled to keep pace with evolving business issues. For example: Government organizations are facing increasing...

The Future of HR in Government

July 30, 2015 This is the first article in a two-part series on the future of human resources in government. Much has been written recently about the future of HR, both inside and outside of government. One article went so far as to suggest splitting HR into administrative and organizational roles because of...

Should Government Do Away With Annual Performance Reviews?

June 29, 2015 According to a recent article in the Harvard Business Review, “Reinventing Performance Management,” Deloitte is redesigning its performance management system on the notion that it “is increasingly out of step with [the company’s] objectives.” Specifically, Deloitte feels it drives neither employee engagement nor high performance. This has generated a lot...

Low Productivity? Redesign Your Team So Everyone Is the Leader

June 5, 2015 It is generally accepted that higher morale leads to better productivity. And with all of the pressure on the federal government to improve performance, it makes sense to identify new ways to not just improve morale, but also employee productivity. Government managers have two basic options in trying to make...

So, What Will It Take to Improve Morale?

May 27, 2015 It seems everywhere managers are trying to find ways to improve morale within their organizations, and the federal government is no exception. While the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey indicates there are plenty of opportunities for improvement, it’s troubling that morale appears to be waning. So, what can be done to...