If your workflow process hasn’t changed in the last five years, it might be time to consider a change. As Wharton Business School professor Adam Grant writes in “Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World,” practice makes perfect, but it doesn’t make new. In part of a series on must-read books for HR leaders, we’re looking at how Grant’s ideas on innovation can drive HR transformation.
HR departments can get caught up in the same day-to-day routine, mainly because they have established processes that work and meet the business’s needs. However, having a traditional, habitual workflow can prevent you from coming up with new, more effective ways of doing things — and driving real HR transformation.