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Degrees of HR Analytics
American University has now joined the ranks of colleges and universities offering advanced degrees in HR analytics, but experts differ on their overall value.
HR and 'Always On' Transformation
A new report finds CHROs have a significant role to play in helping CEOs adapt to a new style of leading.
10 Steps to Becoming More Analytical
When it comes to increasing your HR organization's use of analytics, you don't need deep quantitative training to help leaders make more informed evidence-based decisions.
Closing HR Skills Gaps
Addressing federal hiring and strengthening the HR community are just two of the priorities of the Chief Human Capital Officers Council going into the new year.
A Presidential Reform of HR
The winner of the upcoming presidential election should focus on federal HR reform in the areas of employee engagement, leadership development, acquisition reform, and performance accountability and data-driven decisions, according to a new report.
Joining the 'Best' Crowd
A global certification organization has joined the field of "best workplaces" offerings, and is looking for companies that have the best HR policies and procedures for developing employees in the United States and around the world.
Engagement Still Top HR Concern
Latest poll of HR leaders' top worries shows keeping employees on board, and keeping them happy and productive, remains at the top of the list, though approaches for doing that are -- surprisingly -- declining in their abilities to deliver results.
Exploring HR Certifications
A year after the big split between SHRM and the HRCI, we take a look at the growing landscape of HR-certification options.
The Future of HR Is No HR
The more HR can free its time for strategic tasks, the more it will transform HR's role, with little resemblance to what it looks like today.
Compliance Officers Need More Clout
A recent survey finds more companies are hiring compliance and ethics officers; however, scandal and fraud continue, and a lack of effective training and empowerment are likely chief factors.
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HR Leadership Column

As the New England Patriots recently demonstrated in their comeback win in the Super Bowl, the capacity to recover quickly from failure and difficulties is an important trait for all leaders, including CHROs and the people they support.
HR and Fake News Jan 16, 2017
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