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Talent Edge Weekly - Issue #119

TALENT EDGE WEEKLY
Talent Edge Weekly - Issue #119
By Brian Heger • Issue #119 • View online
Welcome to this week’s issue of Talent Edge Weekly - the weekly newsletter for human resources practitioners, bringing together talent and HR insights from various sources.
THIS WEEK’S CONTENT
  • Report: Orchestrating Workforce Ecosystems | MIT Sloan Management Review | A new 55-page report that provides ideas on how leaders can manage their workforce as an ecosystem of internal and external contributors.
  • The Future of HR: Reflections on What’s Next | The HR Congress Magazine with Dave Ulrich and Marc Effron | Summarizes key points and ideas from the recent “Future of HR” discussion on trends, challenges, and opportunities facing HR today.
  • Report: Women @ Work 2022: A Global Outlook | Deloitte | A new 32-page report with insights on how women’s workplace experiences affect their engagement and career progression.
  • The Rules for Hybrid Work Were Always Made Up | The New York Times | Provides a perspective that a large-scale return to office may never be on the horizon as more and more workplaces pause or end the expectation of three days a week in the office.
  • ESG and the Role of the Chief Human Resources Officer: A Best Practices Study | The HR Policy Association | A 39-page report on how CHROs are playing a greater role in shaping and articulating the corporate narrative on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues.
And don’t forget to check out the Chief Human Resources Officer appointment (hire) of the week, which is listed right after the last article!
If you find value in this issue, please share it with your network by using the social media icons in the newsletter.
Have a great and safe week everyone!
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Brian Heger is a human resources practitioner with a Fortune 150 organization and has responsibilities for Strategic Talent and Workforce Planning. To connect with Brian on Linkedin, click here.

THIS WEEK'S EDGE
Report: Orchestrating Workforce Ecosystems | MIT Sloan Management Review
The Future of HR: Reflections on What’s Next | The HR Congress Magazine with Dave Ulrich and Marc Effron
Report: Women @ Work 2022: A Global Outlook | Deloitte
The Rules for Hybrid Work Were Always Made Up | The New York Times
ESG and the Role of the Chief Human Resources Officer: A Best Practices Study | The HR Policy Association
CHRO APPOINTMENT OF THE WEEK
Hasbro Appoints Najuma Atkinson as Chief People Officer | Business Wire
 CHROs on the Go Screenshot
CHROs on the Go Screenshot
MOST SHARED RESOURCE FROM LAST WEEK
What Stops Employees from Applying for Internal Roles | Harvard Business Review
TWEET OF THE WEEK
BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS
You can see several book recommendations by clicking the image below. This week’s book to highlight is:
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Partial View of Recommendations. Click Image to See All Books
VISIT MY WEBSITE FOR MORE RESOURCES
Click on image to visit www.brianheger.com
Click on image to visit www.brianheger.com
RECOMMENDING CONTENT
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For additional articles and resources, and to sign-up for this FREE weekly newsletter, visit www.brianheger.com
Have a safe week everyone and I look forward to sharing more ideas in next week’s Edge!
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