Jack Bucalo

Jack Bucalo
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JACK has led the Global HR function for a Fortune 500 and 1000 international company and several other large international companies. With four years of line experience complementing his HR experience, he believes that the CHRO or HR Leader should play a more direct role in helping the CEO to achieve the company's business objectives and strategic goals, while effectively implementing its administrative duties. In doing so successfully, the CHRO or HR Leader can become an equal business partner with his/her line management peers while becoming more directly involved in the company's operational mainstream, rather than being just an administrative afterthought. As a pragmatic practitioner, Jack publishes detailed and actionable articles on a wide variety on critically-important HR issues on BIZCATALYST 360°. He is also on the advisory board for other web sites. Jack's over 20 years of executive-level HR experience for which he was responsible for company, executive and Board-related matters, form the basis for most of viewpoints.
Today’s highly competitive business world necessitates that most companies excel in innovation, continuous improvement (do more with less), and continuously exceeding the customer’s expectations in an effort to rapidly, efficiently and effectively respond to ever-changing market needs. This business necessity...
The 2016 Deloitte Global Human Capital survey indicated that only 32% of the respondents were ready to implement HR analytics, despite the fact that 77% felt they were very important. This large gap reflects the fact that, in part,...
Historically, it is fair to say that Chief HR Officers and other HR leaders have been criticized by CEOs and line executives as having little or no pragmatic financial, operating or strategic business sense, while being considered as only...
Rightly so, most HR leaders are concerned with the ever-increasing pressure to attract, motivate, engage and retain its employees, especially those high potential and key management ones.  Accordingly, they implement a wide variety of HR programs that are designed...
JUST ABOUT EVERY company today, faces the problem of sexual harassment in their work place. To effectively combat Sexual Harassment, outlined below is a proven method for addressing the problem that has proved successful in a large, international company. First,...
Can An HR Leader Help To Minimize Employee Stress? In today’s highly competitive business world, the critical need to satisfy the customer has resulted in two major business drivers that directly affect almost all employees – innovation is all...
Jack Bucalo explains why CEOs might not understand the true value HR can offer. He demonstrates why and how HR can align services to its organization’s business strategies and objectives to be seen as a true business partner. He...
The results of a recent joint project conducted by the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Miles Group, who polled over 200 North American CEOs, board directors and senior management executives, found that over two-thirds of the CEOs...
The HR executive's job is to ensure that the interests of the employees and those of the shareholders or owners coincide. He or she uses their experience, training, and knowledge to advise management on the best ways to achieve...
Today, it seems like just about every company in almost every industry needs innovation to remain competitive by providing added business value for its customers. Indeed, many companies tout innovation as its primary value proposition to its customers which...

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