Human Resource Planning

A monthly magazine provides news, issues, profiles, and trend analysis affecting the human resources profession.

Articles from Vol. 30, No. 4, December

Aligning HR to the CEO Growth Agenda
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Throughout much of the 1990s and early 2000s, CEOs were rewarded for cost reduction end cost containment. To compete in the global arena, Boards demanded dramatic improvement in efficiencies. Companies such as General Electric,...
Designing Organizations for Growth: The Human Resource Contribution
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Understanding organization design approaches for growth, leading design processes, and building the capabilities for growth into the enterprise are critical strategic contributions for HR professionals. The organization's...
Grow Leaders to Grow Your Business
Mention growth in a business context and an economic mindset is automatically triggered; however, not all growth is good. Growth as a goal can be dangerous, and growth without growing leaders can be fatal. This article draws from the author's personal...
How HR Helped Weyerhaeuser's Extreme Makeover
Weyerhaeuser is a proud sponsor of ABC television's hit show, Extreme Makeover/Home Edition." Every week Weyerhaeuser's products go into creating a new home for a richly deserving family. This weekly miracle is one of the most uplifting moments on...
HR Growing Pains: Getting from Awkward to Accomplished
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Today's emphasis on top-line business growth is creating "growing pains" for many HR professionals, according to the HR's Role in Organizational Growth Survey, conducted by the Human Resource Planning Society (HRPS) and the...
I Am Pleased to Announce That We Are Transitioning the Human Resource Planning Executive Editor Role from Me to Ed Gubman (Strategic Talent Solutions)
I am pleased to announce that we are transitioning the Human Resource Planning executive editor role from me to Ed Gubman (Strategic Talent Solutions). I have been in this role for five years-it has been a labor of love as well as one beck of a journey...
Point/Counterpoint
Executive Editor's Note: With this issue of the journal we introduce the new "Point/ Counterpoint" section. We chose and "pre-published" a short article from a thought leader and invited up to 750-word responses to it from our Editorial Review Board....