Derek Irvine

Derek is senior vice president, client strategy and consulting, at Workhuman.

  • Crowdsourced Performance Management: Supporting the Changing World of Work

    Crowdsourced Performance Management: Supporting the Changing World of Work

    Organizations that crowdsource their performance reviews open up opportunities to the entire working team, not just a select few, to provide feedback.

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  • Why Human Moments That Matter Are So Important ... Right Now

    Why Human Moments That Matter Are So Important ... Right Now

    A human-centered culture provides a rudder for navigating all of the changes taking place, adding stability and direction.

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  • Key Takeaways from Neovation 2020: Accelerating Agile

    Key Takeaways from Neovation 2020: Accelerating Agile

    Being more human, utilizing data, and introducing more frequent recognition and reward were all key takeaways at Unilever's event in London last week.

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  • Thank, Talk, Celebrate: 3 Pillars for a New Decade of Performance Management

    Thank, Talk, Celebrate: 3 Pillars for a New Decade of Performance Management

    Trust is the glue that binds happy, engaged employees to thriving, growing organizations. So, what helps us trust? Thanking, talking, and celebrating.

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  • 4 Steps to Achieving Organizational Agility Through Trust

    4 Steps to Achieving Organizational Agility Through Trust

    We are in the midst of a trust crisis in the workplace. Yet trust is essential for organizations to grow, evolve, and succeed in a competitive market.

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  • The importance of gratitude in creating human workplaces

    The importance of gratitude in creating human workplaces

    Recognition programs fueled by gratitude create a better employee experience. But it’s not just gratitude that creates meaning – it’s about the reach, frequency, and value of it.

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  • Here lies bureaucracy: command and control management is dead

    Here lies bureaucracy: command and control management is dead

    A cultural shift is embracing humanity and reflecting the way work gets done – most commonly in agile, cross-functional teams that don’t jive with the stuffy, 100-year-old, top-down management model.

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