This time it’s personnel – for all HR authors

This time it’s personnel – for all HR authors

Happy New Year and I hope you all had a great Christmas. I deliberately left you alone and went quiet for a bit - but the relentless, trundling communication will now return in earnest. This post is an update for any authors - or potential authors - wishing to contribute to the follow up to [...]

Gamification – the early years

It was my daughter's birthday at the weekend. Two things happened which made me reflect on the nature of playing games. The first was that Kate Griffiths-Lambeth gave my daughter a game, it was actually a Christmas present, but I wanted my daughter to open it early. The game was one that I've never seen [...]

Why I don’t hate HR

I'm writing this because Neil Morrison's last blog covers some of the same ground in a different way and the comments struck a chord with me. If you only have time to read one then I'd suggest reading his. Last week I was lucky enough to be asked to speak on a panel of 'experts' about the [...]

Humane, Resourced – on the way!

Kaboom! ! So, I've finally pressed the 'publish' button after a near endless email chain with Hugh at Pressbooks. Essentially the issue that appears on my screen, previewer and physical Kindle - where the book starts in the middle of the index - doesn't appear on his. I've therefore taken the gamble and published in [...]

HR Social – Unicorns, rainbows and pixies

Emotivism - I feel a bit bored of social media without the fighting Prescriptivism - everyone should fight, because I'm a bit bored of social media Yes, it's a trite summary of someone else's position - but it's provocative, likely to start an argument and possibly upsetting so it's actually ok. -------------- Yesterday I read [...]