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Jack Bucalo joins HR Exchange Network as a featured columnist and member of our Advisory Board.

Bucalo retired in 2005 as the Corporate SVP Human Resources, Executive Development and Service Excellence at Fiserv, Inc., a $4.1 billion/22,000 employee/Fortune 500 and 1000 international company. In addition to typical HR functions, he was responsible for Board recruitment and compensation, executive development, and merger and acquisition support.

Throughout his career, Bucalo held various HR and management positions at Verizon, Zenith Electronics Corporation, AT&T, Nichols-Homeshield Aluminum, and John Crane International.

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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....Full Article »
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...Full Article »
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Rightly so, most HR leaders are concerned with the ever-increasing pressure to attract, motivate, engage and retain its employees, especially those high potential and key management ones....Full Article »
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The results of a recent joint project conducted by the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Miles Group, who polled over 200 North American CEOs, board directors and senior management executives, found that over two-thirds of the CEOs and half of the senior executives were not receiving coaching services, even though they considered it a...Full Article »
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Just about every company today, faces the problem of sexual harassment in their work place....Full Article »
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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 those designed for the upper-middle and top management levels....Full Article »
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Let's face it! The ultimate customer of any Leadership Development and Training program is a company’s CEO and top line management executives....Full Article »
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If you asked 100 business people regarding their definition of leadership, you would probably get 101 different definitions – the person from Harvard would probably have two....Full Article »
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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....Full Article »
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Before defining this path, we should clarify the term “operating excellence.”...Full Article »
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