SAFe Summit – SAN DIEGO | Oct-2019 The video was recorded and published by Rentouch. Click here to view to the broadcast.
SIMCORP MEETUP “HR TRENDS 2020” – COPENHAGEN | Nov-28-2019 Fabiola presented the 2020 predictions at SimCorp in Copenhagen. She gave a sneak preview of the top 10 with a focus on how they impact learning in agile organizations and how HR and the C-level must adapt to create the efficient learning organization of the future.
Dear Reader With the beginning of a new decade, I cannot help but look back to the year 2000. We started the millennium with the Y2K threat and gadgets like the iPhone, social media, GPS systems, e-readers, 4D printing and self-driving cars were not yet part of our lives. The past two decades have undoubtedly
We are in the middle of reinventing HR and the stakes could not be higher. However, HR is finding its footing as driver of adaptive organizations fit to compete in the new decade. Here is a guide to the most likely trends to affect HR in 2020. As we head into a new decade, the
For Fabiola Eyholzer, it’s not a question of whether Human Resources (HR) departments should invest in agile, but whether they can afford not to. HR has the unique chance to humanize work and drive business agility – if they are willing to embark on a transformation journey that will shake HR to the core. Eyholzer,
Key Takeaways The need to create great places of work where people enjoy going to work It’s about having meaningful work; understanding why we do things and our contribution is to make a positive impact on other peoples’ lives We want people to think outside the box and be creative at work and that means
BUSINESS AGILITY CONFERENCE – WOMEN IN AGILE | 03.19.2019 On this Agile Amped Podcast, CEO Fabiola Eyholzer explores the deficit of women in leadership roles in the business world. Eyholzer articulates that while companies who have more women in top management exhibit greater innovation and higher profit margins, females comprise only 3% of new hires
The modern workplace evolution is unstoppable, and Human Resources is diligent in finding its footing in the 21st century. Here is a guide to the most likely trends to affect HR in 2019. One thing is for sure: The world of work is evolving fast, and workplaces are becoming far more aligned with the needs
Dear Reader As 2018 has drawn to a close, we reflect on a year that had great things happening for and with HR. After years of talking about the need for HR not just to change its name, but to embrace a business and leadership model fit for the digital age, Agile is finally finding
Work 4.0 with its high level of connectivity, dynamism and complexity, forces us to rethink our HR approach and align it to the needs of a digitized world. This is not an easy task because it means parting with previous methods and behaviors and completely reinventing our people and HR approach. But because the revolution