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塔米·埃里克森(Tammy Erickson)
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塔米·埃里克森(Tammy Erickson)
塔米·埃里克森(Tammy Erickson)

塔米·埃里克森个人网站http://www.tammyerickson.com/

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塔米·埃里克森简介

  塔米·埃里克森(Tammy Erickson)麦肯锡奖的得奖作家、著名的讲故事者、人力资源专家、康库学院(Concours Institute)的院长。她那令人瞩目的对于未来的观点是基于对人口数据统计和员工价值广泛的调查研究,最近,她还致力于研究成功企业如何工作的课题。她参与了哈佛商业评论的三篇文章,以及《劳动力危机:如何战胜技能和天赋缺陷》一书的编写。此外,埃里克森BSG Alliance公司下属研究与培训机构Concours Institute的总裁,现居住在波士顿。

Tammy Erickson

  My career has revolved around building and managing successful, innovative organizations.

  My most recent work has focused on the changing workforce, demographic trends and at how corporations can most effectively “engage” these employees – capture hearts and minds. That work lead to several years of research into generational differences, and the important clues they provide to understanding what we each want from work. Together with colleagues at The Concours Group and, now, nGenera, I’ve conducted millions of dollars of research on this topic.

  I’ve always loved technology and how it changes the way we work and live. Today, the interplay between what new technologies allow and what individuals prefer is dramatically re-shaping our organizations. As the economy continues to evolve toward more knowledge-based work, the challenge of creating truly intelligent organizations continues to grow.

  Tammy EricksonEarly in my career, I was fascinated by the challenge of developing strategy when R&D success determined a firm’s strategic options. This lead to my first co-authored book on linking R&D investments to strategy and to many years of helping organizations become more innovative, including a deep dive into systems thinking and organizational learning. Recently I partnered with a team at London Business School to conduct what I’m told is one of the largest and most rigorous studies of collaborative team behavior within organizations and how it supports innovation. With this, my work comes full circle, back to exploring the forces capturing people’s passions, allowing organizations to become more collaborative and innovative.

  As President of the nGenera Innovation Network, an organization that provides leading-edge approaches to help companies operate successfully as Next Generation Enterprises, I continue to lead research programs exploring cutting-edge issues and help translate those findings into educational programs for senior leaders. My goal today is to help organizations and individuals develop a compelling view of the future, to discern and describe interesting trends, and provide actionable counsel. My work is based on extensive research, well-grounded and academically rigorous, and fundamentally optimistic.

  I do much of my research and writing from a “play farm” in Massachusetts, where my husband Tom and I live with horses, dogs, cats, sheep, chickens and a pot bellied pig. Our two children, both Gen Y’s, are off and about collecting life experiences and, I hope, more interesting stories about the changing world of work.

Publications

  My writing is based on my research on talent, innovation, and the way intelligent organizations are leveraging technology and talent in the evolving economy.

Articles

  "Gen Y in the Workforce," (Case Study), Harvard Business Review, February 2009

  "Unconventional Wisdom in a Downturn: 'Give Me the Ball!' is the Wrong Call in a Downturn," Harvard Business Review, November 2008

  "Redesigning Your Organization for the Future of Work," People & Strategy: Journal of the Human Resource Planning Society, Volume 31, Issue 4, 2008

  “Breakthrough Ideas for 2008: Task, Not Time,” Harvard Business Review, February 2008

  “Eight Ways to Build Collaborative Teams” Harvard Business Review, November 2007 (co-authored with Lynda Gratton)

  “Bridging Faultlines In Diverse Teams” MIT Sloan Management Review, Summer 2007 (co-authored with Lynda Gratton and Andreas Voigt)

  “What It Means to Work Here” Harvard Business Review, March 2007 (co-authored with Lynda Gratton)

  “Managing Middlescence,” Harvard Business Review, March 2006 (co-authored with Robert Morison and Ken Dychtwald)

  “It’s Time to Retire Retirement,” Harvard Business Review, March 2004 (co-authored with Ken Dychtwald and Robert Morison)

  Winner of the 2004 McKinsey Award

Books

  Coming Soon: What's Next, Gen X? Keeping Up, Moving Ahead, and Getting the Career You Want, Harvard Business Press, September 2009

  Plugged In: The Generation Y Guide to Thriving at Work, Harvard Business Press, October 2008

  Retire Retirement: Career Strategies for the Boomer Generation, Harvard Business Press, March 2008

  Workforce Crisis: How to Beat the Coming Shortage of Skills and Talent, Harvard Business Press, 2006 (co-authored with Ken Dychtwald and Rober Morison)

  Third Generation R&D: Managing the Link to Corporate Strategy, Harvard Business Press, 1991 (co-authored with Philip A. Roussel and Kamal N. Saad)

  Chapters: “The Changing Workforce,” (vol. 1, p. 93) and “No ‘Best’ Practices,” (vol. 2, p. 95) in Building High-Performance People and Organizations, Martha I. Finney, editor, Praeger, Westport, CT, 2008

  Chapters: “Changing Context for HR,” (chapter 22) and, co-authored with Lynda Gratton, “Collaborative Teams,” (chapter 17) in Routledge Companion to Strategic Human Resource Management, edited by John Storey of The Open University, UK, Patrick M. Wright of Cornell University, and David Ulrich of the University of Michigan, Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, London, 2008.

Blogs

  “Across the Ages” appears weekly on the Harvard Business Press site: http://discussionleader.hbsp.com/erickson/

  "Multigenerational Survival Guide" appears weekly on Manpower's MyPath site: http://connect.manpower.com/mypath/people/tammy-e

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