Spending few hours in Senayan area yesterday, I had a very nice discussion with an HR leader, in which she asked my opinion on digitalization of HR and work in general. She started with this question: “Do you believe that digitalization is the right thing for the future of HR (and work)?”. I mean, yeah, … Continue reading HR/HC, Digitalization, and the Rise of Useless (or better use Precariat) Class
Why do you work? To earn money, to self-actualize yourself, to find meanings, to gain more knowledge and experiences, or simply to be you? Whatever that is, don’t ever let what you’re doing obstructs you to have fun. I know lots of companies and organizations offer their employees such ‘fun workplaces’ with various facilities (game-center, … Continue reading Adding the ‘Fun’ Element (into Your Workplace)
After today’s office hours, I headed to Setiabudi area to have a dinner with a consulting leader (not from my firm) who happen to be my mentor since years ago. It’s always a pleasure to have this kind of moment with top leaders as I always learn something new from their stories, thoughts, and vision. … Continue reading Same Job, Different Mindset
Banyak bahasan yang saya sempat baca di timeline atau LinkedIn, fokusnya ke kenapa orang resign atau kenapa orang bertahan di sebuah organisasi/perusahaan. Kayaknya menarik juga kalau ngobrolin kenapa orang balik lagi ke organisasi/perusahaan lama setelah sebelumnya memutuskan untuk resign karena berbagai faktor. Nah, karena penasaran apa yang kira-kira bikin orang memutuskan untuk kembali ke organisasi/perusahaan … Continue reading 5 Alasan Orang Balik ke Organisasi/Perusahaan Lamanya
In a session few weeks ago, my lecturer shared his thought related to marketization of human resources management (HRM) and the potential demise of HRM caused by it. I was a bit confused but was so interested to learn about it more, as I thought that by using the word ‘demise’, my lecturer seemed to … Continue reading What is Marketization of HRM? Do We Really Need to Worry About It?
I recently had an opportunity to observe an assessment center that involves simulations/role-play as one of several methods for assessing candidates. This assessment center aimed to select ‘entry level’ employees who will be projected/developed as ‘future leaders’ of the company. The assessment center was scheduled to be done in 2 days, consisted of 5 ‘exercises’ … Continue reading Would you use simulation/role-play for the hiring process in your organization/company? Pay attention to these 4 points!
Last year, today, June 8th – I received an email from the Chevening Secretariat to confirm that I was selected to receive the Chevening Awards scholarship from the UK Government. The scholarship gave me a year of experiences to pursue my career interest in HR Management and People Development areas through a master study at … Continue reading LAST YEAR, TODAY: STARTING TO COLLECT MY #CHEVENINGMEMORIES