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5 Future Trends in Human Resources

HR TrendsFortune Magazine conducts a survey entitled “World’s Most Admired Companies – WMAC” annualy and rates the companies according to their reputations. Even though the ranking and the names of the companies in the list change year by year, there are some companies who persistently stay in the list. (To access the list of 2014 please click here)

In the previous weeks I attended a presentation on the future of Human Resources. The presenter was Evrim Kuran who is well known in Turkey for her researches on generation differences in the business life. During her presentation she mentioned a research entitled “Lighting the path to sucess” conducted by Hay Group in 2012.

The research focused on the companies who sustained their places in the WMAC list and highlighted common features of these companies. Let me summarize the common characteristics as the following:

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  • Amit Pandey

    Great and a very informative post for me. Thanks a lot for sharing.

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A Day On Management With Rumelt and Drucker

The most essential thing that shapes the future of companies is undoubtedly the managerial skills of the managers. As human resources professionals, we are in close contact with the management of the company. We are aligning our plans and programs to the company’s strategies and the decisions of the management.

On Tuesday I attended two important summits in İstanbul. The first one was arranged by Yapı Kredi Banking Academy and the summit focused on the term “Strategy”. The second one was arranged by Peter Drucker Turkey Initiative and it was a panel with speakers from different fields. Continue reading…

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Big Opportunity for Human Resources: Big Data Analysis

Every day we are producing mass amount of information. According to the estimation of Zettaset*, we create 2.5 quintillion* bytes of data every day and 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. This massive volume of information and the technology required to store it is called with the term Big Data. Even though big data is not such a new phenomenon, the concept of Big Data is one of the new hypes of the recent years. Indeed the real new thing is the analyses of the big data and the meaningful results as a result of the analyses. Continue reading…

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