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Most CHROs spend a lot of time trying to determine exactly how to align the function to the company’s business in an effort to demonstrate HR’s value to it. This is especially true when preparing HR’s annual budget. HR Exchange Network columnist Jack Bucalo provides pro-tips on making sure HR technology needs align with the company’s business partnerships.
Today, it seems like just about every company in almost every industry needs innovation to remain competitive by providing added business value for its customers. To provide a practical background for these H. R. support services, it is important to understand several key aspects of innovation in most company environments. HR Exchange Network contributor Jack Bucalo outlines those key aspects.
In a new series dedicated to employee engagement, Former Fiserv Inc. Corporate SVP of Human Resources Jack Bucalo takes a closer look at what successful employee engagement including improvements in in product quality, customer service and innovation.
In recent years, two of the most popular HR subjects have been whether the annual performance review should be abolished and how the Chief HR Officer can become an equal business partner to the CEO.
Former Fiserv Corporate SVP for Human Resources Jack Bucalo breaks down how to conduct performance reviews the proper way. In this column, Bucalo presents the ten steps he believes leads to successful performance reviews that enhance and align with the goals of the company’s CEO.
The success of any succession planning program is directly and inexorably tied to one basic premise - the respect that the CEO and line executives have in the Chief HR Officer.
If you examine the management and leadership responsibilities of upper-middle and upper management executives (typically, $300K cash compensation per annum and higher) in any company and compare them to the same responsibilities of lower and lower-middle managers, you find that they are far more complex and influential to a company's success
Continuing a talent management series, the latest entry in our column, Applied HR with Jack Bucalo, focuses on coaching executives from the business perspective. Bucalo breaks down the differences between the different levels of managers and goes in depth on key developmental experiences that enhance hard skills.
This is the first in a series of articles on which Jack Bucalo focuses on the topic of Talent Management.The results of a
In January, 2016, there were two publications on leadership that, when viewed together, offer an historically significant and pivotal opportunity for HR leaders and leadership gurus regarding all leadership development programs, but especially tho...
Editor’s Note: This is the first article in our Jack Bucalo series “...
Editor’s Note: This is the first article in our 
The 2016 Deloitte Global Human Capital survey indicated that only 32% of the respondents were ready to implement HR analytics, despite the fact that 77% felt they were very important.  This large gap reflects the fact that, in part, since the Great Recession, HR budgets have been very tight as many companies struggled to return to profitability.  In turn, it has been difficult for most HR functions to justify the large amount of expense typically needed to fund an HR Analytics function.

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