The Exponential HR model focuses on outcomes, keeps up with business needs, uses teams to meet challenges and embraces data and technology, write Deloitte Consulting's Arthur Mazor, Jodi Baker Calamai and Gary Johnsen. "Exponential HR invests in measuring if participants change their on-the-job behaviors and, most importantly, if the new on-the-job behaviors produce the business outcomes as expected," they write.
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