The Social Organization by Jon Ingham
Jon Ingham's current book is on the development of social capital (the value of an organization’s connections, relationships and conversations):
The SociaI Organization: Developing Employee Connections and Relationships for Improved Business Performance (2017), Kogan Page.
Jon conducts research and writes articles for HR teams, solution providers and research / media firms. In recent years this has included SAP, Personnel Today and the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Jon Ingham's blog, Strategic HCM, is one of Europe’s leading HR blogs, Strategic HCM, recognized by the Economist Intelligence Unit as their sole social media partner at the Economist’s Talent Management Summit in London in 2011-2016.
Jon has contributed a chapter called 'Reengineering the Way Museums Work' to this book 'For Love or Money' by MuseumsEtc.
Delighted Jon is included in this compilation of 2019's most popular articles on HRZone, with "Supporting the business isn’t strategic HR – people centricity is"
Read Jon Ingham's article published in HR Magazine, October 2019 for a new take on organisation design.
Read Jon Ingham's article published in HR Magazine, November 2019 for a new take on HR organisation design.
Jon is the author of Strategic Human Capital Management: Creating Value through People (2006).
He wrote Innovating Reward as a Strategic Contributor to Talent Management (Published as Chapter 8 in Talent Management Handbook, ATD, 2016)
Also in 2016, Jon Ingham wrote an article with Dave Ulrich: Better HR Departments.