Trevor, Jonathan; Stiles, Philip
July 2010
People Management;7/29/2010, p24
The authors call on human resource (HR) departments in Great Britain to take a brokering role to create innovative cultures for long-term success as the country is expected to have a coalition government. They believe that HR should also represent the interests of civil servants who facilitated the transition of the government aside from management-employee relation. HR can help create cultures that promote innovation through conversation and knowledge sharing. They also cite the qualities that HR professionals should posses in the 21st century.


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