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Blog Post: Google’s algorithm-powered internal job marketplace

gTech is a support and operations organization and within gTech the Users and Products division works to ensure users and partners get the most out of Google. For a long time, the team was organize...
Learning & Development

Blog Post: It’s time to structure flexibility

While the workforce has diversified across generations, the way people work hasn’t kept pace. Why do we expect the same office-based 9-5 arrangement to work for the vast majority of us? According t...

Guide: Develop and support managers

When a Googler becomes a people manager, it might be the first time they have professionally managed other people. With so much to learn, Google provides new managers with a robust support network...
Managers

Tool: Review Google’s new manager training

Google's new manager training materials have been used to train thousands of Googler managers all over the world. These materials have been consolidated and adapted from Google's internal manager d...
Managers

Blog Post: Changing the change rules at Google

There is no single way that Google manages internal change, like a reorganization. But we’ve been piloting a new approach that has been used in different parts of the company, impacting thousands o...

Blog Post: Leaders in People Analytics: Capital One’s ongoing quest to advance HR research

We met with Guru Sethupathy, head of People Analytics at Capital One. He’s been with Capital One for over a year and has been working in human capital, analytics, and economics for over a decade. H...
People Analytics

Blog Post: Leaders in People Analytics: Merck & Co. on the research-practice divide

Geetanjali Gamel leads Workforce Analytics and Planning at Merck & Co., Inc. Gamel’s team enables better business decisions through data-informed insights, with a portfolio of analytics product...
People Analytics

Blog Post: Leaders in People Analytics: Microsoft’s collaborative approach to research

Dawn Klinghoffer leads the HR Business Insights team at Microsoft. Her team tackles everything from measuring the effectiveness of Microsoft’s HR tools and programs to running in-house experiments ...
People Analytics

Guide: Raise awareness about unconscious bias

One of the first steps towards unbiasing is education. External research shows that awareness of unconscious bias can lead to reversals in biased outcomes, and understanding of the unconscious bia...
Unbiasing

Blog Post: Hacking your innovation mindset

Like most business students, Josefina was eager to hone her problem-solving skills and bring them back to the firm she left behind in Barcelona. High on her list of things to do before completing h...
Innovation

Blog Post: Creating A High-Trust, High-Performance Culture

You have optimized your supply chain, streamlined your production processes, and ensured that your marketing is effective. Each aspect of your business can be made more efficient with continuous me...
Teams

Guide: Create an employee-to-employee learning program

Organizations that embrace a culture of learning create an environment that encourages curiosity and knowledge sharing, which in turn leads to better business outcomes. A strong learning culture c...
Learning & Development

Blog Post: How OKRs fuel innovation

I recently met with a new CEO who had read my previous blog post about OKRs as superpowers, and she was particularly interested in getting to the results I promised: “Faster execution, less confusi...
Goal Setting Innovation

Blog Post: Postmortem culture: how you can learn from failure

As site reliability engineers, we know just how important reacting to mistakes can be. At Google, fixing bugs and getting systems back up and running after they break is a part of our job. When an ...
Learning & Development

Blog Post: Innovation isn’t rocket science

As a long-time consultant at IDEO, I hear the same four words from companies of all shapes and sizes: We need more innovation. They want to to know what they can do to to generate creativity and su...
Innovation

Blog Post: Six HR metrics anyone can start tracking

The HR profession has been around for decades, but the use of data and analytics in HR is relatively new. While organizations are starting to incorporate metrics into their HR processes, it’s not a...
People Analytics

Guide: Foster an innovative workplace

Innovation is the process of taking a new idea, building and testing it, and then implementing it. It is distinct from creativity, which focuses on the generation of new ideas. Creativity is an im...
Innovation

Blog Post: New re:Work guides on innovation

There is no single way innovation happens, even within Google. It doesn’t happen just because of playful, colorful offices — but it doesn’t happen without some intentional design and investment eit...
Innovation

Blog Post: Great managers still matter: the evolution of Google’s Project Oxygen

Back in 2008, an internal team of researchers launched Project Oxygen – our effort to determine what makes a manager great at Google. From this research, we identified eight behaviors that are comm...
Managers

Case Study: Reorienting HR around team effectiveness

Return Path At Return Path, an email data solutions company, the vast majority of work is done on teams (like so many other organizations). And like many organizations, Return Path’s performance ma...
Teams