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12 June, 2014 | (01 hr)

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Your people are your best assets. You’ve said it yourself, because it’s true—but only when it’s true. Sadly, many organizations mismanage their best assets in some of the worst ways. You may think you’re on the right track, but when it comes to “HR: You’re Doing It Wrong.” That’s not just the name of a TCB Review column, and now blog, by Laurie Ruettimann—it’s a siren call for businesses to rethink their approach to HR. After all, high performance depends on a well-run HR department. Ruettimann examines HR through a sometimes unorthodox lens to help you get HR right.

Who should attend: HR leaders, managers, and practitioners


Laurie Ruettimann

Laurie Ruettimann
The Conference Board Review

With over a decade of Human Resources experience in Fortune 500 organizations, Laurie Ruettimann is an influential speaker, writer and social media expert.

In addition to creating Punk Rock HR, which was recognized by Full Bio

Vadim Liberman

Vadim Liberman (Moderator)
former Senior Editor
The Conference Board Review

Vadim Liberman is a former senior editor at TCB Review, the thought-leader magazine of The Conference Board, where he explored ideas and opinions related to business management in provocative ways that challenge conventional wisdom. He may not always know the right answers, but by tackli...Full Bio

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