Entries by Peoplescape Consulting Group

Agile Organization: What did Zappos do that you didn’t?

As early as 2012, Josh Bersin’s keynote at Deloit’s Impact Conference, focused specifically on how Agile, “the ability to create and respond to change in order to succeed in an uncertain and turbulent environment” was essential for businesses to be nimble and responsive, as the landscape changes frequently and in unexpected ways.

How One Man in a Dapper Suit Transformed Los Angeles: – Honoring Carl Terzian and His Tables.

Networking is a word you hear often in business. It is defined as interaction with other people to exchange information and develop contacts to further one’s institution or career. In today’s world, LinkedIn is the most well-known professional networking tool that is utilized by over 467 million users worldwide. Networking allows you to brand yourself, […]

Consumerization of HR

There’s a lot of buzz around “the consumerization of HR” but what does it mean? Jeanne Meister, an expert in HR technology, described it as how companies are creating a social, mobile, and consumer-type experiences for employees inside the company. Think about your most used mobile apps and how they make life is easier i.e. […]

Spotlight Series #CAHR16: A Closer Look at the “Extras” That Make HR Work in the Workplace

By Tamara Jahelka In attending the #PIHRA #CAHR16 Conference in August at the Long Beach Convention Center, our senior consultants noticed several trends throughout the event. We asked ourselves questions such as: How do we integrate succession planning into our daily recruiting, training and coaching? How do we prepare for changes in economy, resource availability […]

Peoplescape’s Take on Talent Management Trends from California HR Conference

  When Human Resource professionals gathered in Long Beach for the PIHRA California HR Conference on August 30th, discussions — both formal and informal — focused on emerging and future trends that significantly impact employers and their HR leaders and managers. One of the strongest trends discussed this year concerned the demographic shifts and the […]

Being Prepared: The Harsh Reality of Active Shooter Emergency Training

By: Guest Writer First Things First: Survival Tips for an Active Shooter Scenario in the Workplace As kids of the 20th century, there were certain “Golden Rules” that were engrained in us from a very early age; like “Stop, Drop and Roll” and “Don’t get into cars with strangers.” In today’s climate, there’s a new […]