Entries by Michael.Rosmane

Tomorrow’s HR department will look radically different

Tomorrow’s HR department will look radically different. Everybody agrees that the administrative, monolithic, support function that HR sadly in many companies in Europe still is, has no future. All CEO’s expect more from HR even if most of them cannot define what more entails. We all intuitively feel HR has a lot of work to […]

The weaker sex

In a recent article by the Economist, the author states that poorly educated men in rich countries have not adapted well to trade, technology or feminism. http://www.economist.com/news/essays/21649050-badly-educated-men-rich-countries-have-not-adapted-well-trade-technology-or-feminism They have had difficulty coping with the enormous changes in the labour market. As technology and trade have devalued muscle power, less-educated men have struggled to find a […]

Have you had enough of the golden advice?

Have you had enough of the golden advice that comes in numbers? Like the 6 digital traps a CHR should avoid? Or the 7 leadership competencies a CEO should have? Or the three transcendent values companies should spell out? Or the 4 components any L&D strategy should consist of? Or the top 5 reasons why […]

A 29th social security system

Do we need a 29th social security system in Europe? Is this even a relevant question? Let me take you through my thinking. Promise, it won’t take long. Today, we technically have in Europa a free labour market: any national of an EU member state can go work in another EU member state, without having […]

I’m a Europhile

I’m a Europhile. Not by sentiment or delusion but by conviction. I believe the European countries to be a 19th century invention with no value-add on the political and economic front in the 21st. I fear Europe is slowly turning into a museum against the background of a desolate economic landscape. Europeans need to stop […]