In the wake of the breaking scandal at The Met, today’s #TBT post focuses on a series of articles that demonstrate that a failure to take Human Resources (HR) policies seriously is going to continue damaging organizations, putting stakeholders at risk, and generally mucking things up for everyone.
Here’s a historical overview of what’s come out from under the rocks over the years that could have been marginalized if the field spent more time developing, implementing, and reviewing HR policies.
The last entry isn’t an Adaptistration post, but it’s absolutely worth your time. Retired blogger, conductor Bill Eddins, published a scathing examination of problems throughout the field related to racism at Sticks and Drones. It’s worth pointing out this article was published in 2011.