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The Changing Business of People

HR has always wanted a seat at the table. That day may finally be here. Be careful what you wish for!

HR Challenges in a Tour of Duty Context

HR used to be pretty straightforward. People “ended up” in HR after starting in other careers, which I’ve always thought was a bit of an oddity — I never heard anyone say they “fell” into engineering or the law, for instance. As to what people…

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Rita McGrath

Rita McGrath

Columbia Business School Professor. Thinkers50 top 10 & #1 in strategy. Bestselling author of The End of Competitive Advantage & Seeing Around Corners.

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