That makes a lot of sense as you describe it. But in practice, what would
have to happen for such "small but powerfully effective" HR departments
and managers to exist?
Are there any organizations you know of which are moving in this
direction? And what are they learning from their attempts to
institutionalize a learning HR?
>How are we going to accomplish the transformations in human
>behaviour, human thinking and our ability to be effective as groups,
>teams and organisations without a strong HR function. Or is this
>going to be outsourced as a temporary education and development job
>which is beyond in-house expertise.
>I think the answer is small but powerfully effective HR departments
>and managers being the ones being developed so that HR become part of
-- Art Kleiner, email@example.com