When HRMS Is a Mess

  When your system’s past comes back to haunt you, here’s how to get over it.    By Christian Baader, Gianni Giacomelli, and David Ludlow     We all have heard about the phenomenon. Patchy, inconsistent deployments, siloed across organizations, resulting in painful, sometimes embarrassingly situations such as: poor visibility of even basic HR data across […]

Instituting a Gold Standard for HR Services

After reinventing herself, Hertz CHRO LeighAnne Baker helps the world’s biggest car rental brand do the same through selective outsourcing. by Andy Teng The Hertz Corp. has seen a lot of changes during the past few years, bouncing between various owners and public and private status. In 2005, after a private equity group bought Hertz […]

Knowledge Management Drives Corporate Sustainability

Paul Pederson’s break-through thinking created the international business language that facilitated knowledge sharing across the globe. by Joseph Vales, Kerry Ann Vales When you think of the great management consultants over the past two decades, one name always pops up: Paul Pederson, the visionary who built the Change Integration and Knowledge Management Practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers. […]