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The Social Organization

Developing Employee Connections and Relationships for Improved Business Performance

Facilitate collaboration - and therefore the sharing of knowledge and skills - with this guide to building social capital for improving business performance.
    Paperback£29.99
    Ebook£24.99
    Print + ebook bundle£37.50
EAN: 9780749480110
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 235x155
344 pages
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About the book

Full of practical advice for HR and other business professionals, The Social Organization is a clear guide to addressing the urgent need for companies to shift their focus from developing individuals to enabling networks and relationships between employees. Case studies from leading companies such as Whole Foods, P&G, The Cleveland Clinic, Spotify and Cisco illustrate how relationship-based strategies can be implemented successfully to increase organizational performance.

Following a foreword by Dave Ulrich, Part One of The Social Organization explores the context of social capital and analyses how and why HR and others responsible for talent management need to foster and develop social capabilities. Part Two provides practical guidance for developing higher quality connections and social capital by improving the alignment and effectiveness of organizational architectures, including through workplace design. Part Three outlines how HR and related professionals can identify and implement appropriate changes throughout the whole employee life cycle: this includes initial recruitment and job design, social learning, performance management, employee retention, talent management, organization development and the role of social media and other technology as well as social analytics. The Social Organization is an essential book for all professionals needing to develop the social capital of their organizations for improved performance.

About the authors

Jon Ingham

Jon Ingham is a consultant, researcher, writer and speaker on strategic people management with a particular focus on social capital. He works with HR departments to increase the impact they have in their businesses and helps business leaders and HR teams develop their own strategic capabilities. He is a well-known HR blogger and has been recognised as a top global influencer in talent management.

More about Jon Ingham

This book is a must read for anyone responsible for driving the performance and culture of an organization, whether CEO or HR practitioner. Grounded in theory and practice, it takes the reader on a journey of how to evolve their people strategy, with rich, illustrative case studies from a variety of industry sectors.

James Cullens, Executive Director, Group HR & Marcomms, W S Atkins plc