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The Future of Human Resources: A Shift to a Network Driven Approach

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[Excerpt] As companies continue to thrive in a global context, the nature of work and organizational relationships will grow increasingly complex. Initiatives will span across traditional functional and geographical boundaries, heightening the need for greater knowledge sharing and collaboration. With a higher premium placed on achieving flexibility and agility, organizations that rely on strong internal networks have been more successful at coordinating efficiency and innovation. From a talent management perspective, organizations will need to adopt a more network-centric approach to foster leadership effectiveness within this new context. Just as the human resources arena has recently evolved from an individual-focused, personnel-service mindset to a team-oriented framework, the next decade may require human capital strategies to further shift to a network-driven mentality.

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2013-01-04

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HR Review; Human Resources; Networking; Talent Management; Leadership Effectiveness; Organizational Relationships; Globalization; Collaboration; Knowledge Sharing; Internal Networks

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Required Publisher Statement: © Cornell HR Review. This article is reproduced here by special permission from the publisher.

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