It has generated a lot of waves in the HR community. The general feeling was one of disbelief, if not outrage. How did this happen?
I had a previous post on the topic. Aren't we a body of professionals to be recognized under a global umbrella? Why did SHRM and HRCI split? If we have not experienced it at the personal level, we felt it at the professional one: we all the sudden became members of a dysfunctional family! Did we see it happen? Did our parents organizations see it coming? The results are the same. We have been facing the change for some time now and we had three choices: reject, ignore, or embrace it. The stages of grief are painstaking, but after all, we are professionals. We ARE HR, so we can individually say, "Je suis HR" under the new competency-based model.
Was HR FROZEN in Time?
SHRM calls the new model the "HR of the Future&quo…