To usher in the age of HR, we need to start by tearing it apart
We are at the dawn of the Age of Talent. But will this also be the Age of HR? I believe the answer can and should be yes. Organizations, workers, and even the broader economy will be better off if the answer is yes. But, it's an open question. The power to make the answer "yes" lies with HR leaders — but exercising that power will be very difficult and likely very painful as well. It will require challenging and uprooting some of the longest-held assumptions about the human resource function, including assumptions about the focus on employees, the definition of "HR expertise," HR's status as a "support function," and the very competencies it takes to be an effective human resource professional.
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