Category: People Strategy

Anybody Can Do HR.

I once heard a VP say that he had done almost everything in the company, apart from HR. And he added “But anyone can do HR”Read More


Health Care Heroes

My Father

 
My father passed away last month. He spent the last 24 days of his life in health care facilities as it was impossible to organize the care he needed at home.

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The Self-Determination Theory: What Drives Employees?

Why do employees often start their job with a positive mindset, only to become passive and demotivated after a certain amount of time?Read More


Well-being Programs: Carrying Water to the Ocean?

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Well-Being Programs on the Rise

There are more and more programs on well-being. What strikes me is that they always start from a good intention but often do not have the desired effect.Read More


The Three Levels of Strategy Execution

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About Strategy

Organisations need to reconsider the way they shape the strategic process. The time that this process is linear has gone. In the past strategy was a logic sequence of definition, execution and evaluation. It was enough to define targets and cascade them downwards.Read More


Never Forget Your Values.

As many organisations are heading for heavy waters, we should not forget the question of moral leadership. Never forget your values, David Ducheyne argues in a plea for a human approach of difficult decisions.Read More


Experience versus Efficiency: How to Handle Change.

This blog is about the need to balance efficiency and experience.

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Navigating Continuous Change – Report of an LBS Workshop

During the reunion of the executive education alumni of the London Business School I had the pleasure to co-moderate one of the workshops. The topic was how to navigate continuous change. About 20 international executives exchanged their experiences. Here are the key learnings.

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Executive Pay on the Rise in 2017. The Role of HR.

From a legal point of view, there is no problem with high executive pay. But companies should look at the adverse impact on employee motivation and on leadership reputation. The perceived injustice of exuberant executive pay also harms your organisation. It might decredibilize its leadership and hamper the execution of the strategy.

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