Human Resources

I find it interesting that the discussions are surfacing about the phrase human resources.  It has been around for  along time, and it has also had the effect of inadvertently turning a person into an object/resource.  As the discussions continue about how to change the face of the organization to be more innovative maybe the conversation should start with finding a new name that does not reduce a person to the level of a thing.

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Dan Clark

Dan Clark

Principal of Bowline Consulting, process designer/fixer, wireless telecom veteran, addicted pick up soccer player, fly fisher, backpacker, beer brewer, guitar player, choir singer, recovering bag piper

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