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Academic Director, Competence Center Next Generation Work SD Worx Professor “Next Generation Work: Creating Sustainable Careers”

April 9, 2020

By Ans De Vos

Can't construction workers help fruit growers out?

Co-sourcing Human Impact COVID-19

The distribution sector is worried about staff cutbacks, which could endanger supplies. Hospitals are calling for volunteers. Gardeners lie awake to the coming harvests for which they simply have no workers now that our borders are closed. The corona crisis challenges us in many areas. It

Expertise Research

November 29, 2017

By Ans De Vos

Deploying talent flexibly: opportunities and success factors of co-sourcing

HR & Organizational Development

We all must, and we all shall, be employed for a longer period of time. Thereby, the question arises what is necessary to ensure that this is not a case of “having to” but of “wanting to” for employees. Organizations are faced with the challenge of creating ‘workable work’ for employees

Expertise

June 7, 2017

By Ans De Vos

Can HR learn something from Supply Chain?

HR & Organizational Development

According to Professors Peter Cappelli (Wharton) and John Boudreau (USC), yes, they can! The authors give several reasons for this. Cappelli says talent management and supply chain management are basically the same: it’s about guessing and predicting future demand and then planning to

Current events

May 8, 2017

By Ans De Vos

People managers face new challenges

HR & Organizational Development

The labor market is constantly changing. We hear only too often about the ageing population, digitalization and computerization. However, the popularity of these buzzwords highlights the fact that career changes later in life are becoming a reality, and this presents challenges for

November 8, 2016

By Ans De Vos

Careers in Motion

HR & Organizational Development

We live in a world characterized by continuous changes, a highly competitive environment and an unstable job market. In a world that demands a great deal of flexibility of organizations and employers, both parties want to realize their ambitions. Every manager – and certainly the human

April 14, 2016

By Ans De Vos

4 Key dimensions of career management

HR & Organizational Development

Responsibility for career management is gradually shifting from the organization to the individual. Nevertheless, it is interesting to look at the benefits of managing careers from the organization’s perspective. To which extent can firm performance be explained or improved by