with Beth Gunderson and Anne Soash In this webinar, we’ll explore the crucial intersections between organizational design, compensation frameworks, and the intended and unintended outcomes they shape. We’ll discuss a case study on incentives gone wrong, highlighting the legal and ethical pitfalls of misaligned pay plans.
Since its launch in November 2022, ChatGPT has sparked a significant surge of interest and investment in the realm of generative artificial intelligence (AI). The future trajectory of AI remains uncertain, but one application stands out with confidence: People Analytics (PA). AI's integration into PA holds tangible potential, offering substantial benefits and immediate realizations. However, this comes with inherent risks that are challenging to mitigate. This article delves into the promising advantages of applying AI in People Analytics while also addressing strategies to navigate and prevent potential pitfalls.
This April, Edward E. Lawler will be honored with the USC Faculty Lifetime Achievement Award. Since its inception in 1982, the award has been bestowed upon internationally renowned retired faculty from the arts and humanities; social sciences; science, technology, engineering and mathematics; medicine; and other professional disciplines.
Center for Effective Organizations (CEO), University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business Jennifer Sparks-Taylor (213) 740-9814 email@example.com Release Date: January 3, 2024 Strategic Employee Resource Group (ERG) Leaders Drive […]
Have you noticed that the people working in diversity are having a bit of an identity crisis? The names of the departments have gone from Diversity to Diversity and Inclusion to Diversity Equity and Inclusion to some variations that include Diversity Inclusion and the term Belonging. Occasionally, you might see the term equality. For example, in numerous bold statements, Salesforce aggressively uses the word equality. Salesforce has embraced the term equality while in other organizations this language often is intentionally deleted from references to any diversity work.
Dr. Alec Levenson and Dr. Johanna Anzengruber lay a foundation in this working paper for drawing boundaries between the operating model, organization design and organization capability.
Employee resource groups specifically for midlife and senior employees are exceptionally rare in the U.S. — but they shouldn't be.