Innovation and Creativity in HR

Posted in : HR Updates on 15 August 2011
Nicola Shaw
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Nicola Shaw writes:

Working in HR, it can be difficult to be innovative and creative when devising strategies and developing policies that are a fit for our organisations. More often than not, we tend to find ourselves referring backwards to existing policies already in place, rather than having the time to look forward to devising new policies, despite the fact that they could assist us in minimising the fire-fighting that can form a core part of our jobs. (Although I have to say that I am very thankful not be to a fire-fighter in London, Manchester, Birmingham or Bristol at the current time!)

You may remember my March 2011 blog where I wrote about Facebook and the perils it can have for us

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