With thanks to Stephen Moreton on his blog at AVM:
Heres an interesting piece
(From People Management - 11 March 2010). The article stated:
'To date, HR has been locked in a destructive psychological battle about its relevance and raison d'être. As Martin Tiplady (Director of HR Metropolitan Police Service) says: "It's a confidence thing. In HR, we make a full-time job out of worrying about our position." He continues: "HR can be too precious about status. To survive, let alone develop, we must get out of this constant cathartic self-analysis. It is indulgent and destructive. It serves no purpose. Not for us or the next generation."
Sounds like a familiar story, although I not sure whether I am encouraged or discouraged by this?! The article continues:
'....For David Smith (former People Director of Asda), the mark of a good HR leader is "to be as un-HR-like as possible".'
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