Fabiola Eyholzer is the CEO Just Leading Solutions, which is dedicated to a 21st century approach to HR. Says Fabiola, “The new currency for competitiveness in an organization is talent, leadership and people.” Topics include the “psychological contract” between an employer and employees, the Douglas Effect, employee retention vs. liberation, and so much more.
Boost Business Agility with Contemporary HR Practices | Fabiola Eyholzer – at Business Agility 2017 NEW YORK | Mar-24-2017 The podcast was published by InfoQ. Click here for the original broadcast.
Why Agile Transformations Fail | Fabiola Eyholzer – at the Global Scrum Gathering 2017 SAN DIEGO | 16.05.2017 Fabiola’s well known now in the agile community for leading the way on all things Agile HR. If large scale agile transformations are to succeed, they need to encompass HR teams as well, at least
In this episode we talk about Agile in HR how it changes from the traditional method and making companies more success. Guest Fabiola Eyholzer. Hosted by Scope of Success at the Big Apple Scrum Day 2017 in New York. The article and podcast were published by Scope of Success. Click here for
CEO Fabiola Eyholzer Says Lean-Agile HR are Key to Enterprise Agility – at SAFe Summit 2016 “HR is the key to bringing Agility to an enterprise level. If we don’t fix our HR approach, we cannot a truly Agile organization.” That’s what Fabiola Eyholzer, CEO of Just Leading Solutions, shares with Agile Amped at the
For Fabiola Eyholzer, it’s not a question of whether Human Resources (HR) departments can benefit from going Agile. It’s why there are any companies left that aren’t embracing this new approach to what she calls “21st-century people operations.” Eyholzer, who is Swiss, comes from a finance background but has spent the last 16 years
Forbes Magazine calls lean | agile the best kept secret in management. Fabiola Eyholzer of Just Leading Solutions believes, that “within the next two to three years all successful companies will be applying lean | agile principles in one way or another”. What exactly lies behind this business philosophy? „Today we live in a fast