Dave Ulrich is a human resource expert. He help organizations and leaders deliver results by focusing on how talent is best cultivated and retained. He has developed databases which assesses the alignment between organizational strategies, capabilities, HR practices, customers and investor results. His keynotes are focused on effective HR practices and successful leadership.
Dave Ulrich is a Professor at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan as well as a partner at the RBL Group, a consulting firm which focuses on helping organizations and leaders deliver value. He studies how organizations build capabilities of leadership, speed, learning, accountability, and talent through leveraging human resources. He has helped generate award winning data bases that assess alignment between strategies, organization capabilities, HR practices, HR competencies, and customer and investor results.
Mr. Ulrich has published more than 200 articles and book chapters and 23 books, such as Asian Leadership (2010, Robert Sutton), The Why of Work (2010, Wendy Ulrich), Leadership in Asia (2009), HR Transformation (2009 Justin Allen, Wayne Brockbank, Jon Younger, Mark Nyman), Leadership Code (2008 Norm Smallwood, Kate Sweetman), Companion for Strategic Human Resources (2008 John Storey, Pat Wright), HR Competencies (2008 Wayne Brockbank, Dani Johnson, Kurt Sandholtz, Jon Younger), Leadership Brand (2007 Norm Smallwood), Human Resource Value Proposition (2005 Wayne Brockbank), The Future of Human Resource Management (2005 Michael Losey, Sue Meisinger), Human Resources Business Process Outsourcing (2004, Ed Lawler, Jac Fitz-enz, James Madden). 100 Things You Need to Know (2003, Robert Eichinger, Michael Lombardo), HR Scorecard (2001, Brian Becker, Mark Huselid), Results Based Leadership (1999, Norm Smallwood, Jack Zenger), Learning Capability (1999, Arthur Yeung, Mary Ann Von Glinow, Steve Nason); The Boundaryless Organization (1995, Ron Ashkenas, Steve Kerr, Todd Jick); The Boundaryless Organization Field Guide (2002, Ron Ashkenas, Todd Jick, Katy Paul-Chowdhury); Organizational Capability (1990, Dale Lake) and more.
He edited Human Resource Management 1990-1999, served on editorial board of 4 Journals, on the Board of Directors for Herman Miller, and Board of Trustees at Southern Virginia University, and he is a Fellow in the National Academy of Human Resources.
Some of Dave Ulrich’s most recent honors include:
2011: *Ranked #1 most influential international thought leader in HR by HR Magazine
*Ranked #23 in Thinkers 50 as a management thought leader
*Ranked in Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Leadership Behavior
2010: *Nobels Colloquia Prize for Leadership on Business and Economic Thinking
*Lifetime Fellowship in Australia Human Resources Institute (AHRI)
*Ranked #1 most influential international thought leader in HR by HR Magazine
*Kirk Englehardt Exemplary Business Ethics Award from Utah Valley University
*Why of Work (co-authored with Wendy Ulrich) was #1 best seller for Wall Street Journal and USA Today
2009: *Listed in Thinkers 50 as a management thought leader
*Ranked #1 most influential person in HR by HR Magazine
2008: *Ranked #1 most influential person in HR by HR Magazine
He has consulted and done research with over half of the Fortune 200.
Dave Ulrich covers the following topics:
- Culture change
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