If any of you have an HR strategy similar to my own, then you have a strong focus on processes, more processes and documentation of those processes. I pride myself on implementing routines that work from year to year and can withstand the tests of time. No matter who is put in charge, I like to ensure that each aspect is clearly developed and documented so that just about anyone can do it. The problem with this philosophy is that I have a hard time letting go. In order for me to rate the level of success, I need to review the execution of the process multiple times to see where there is room for improvement. The problem with this is that while some of us are reviewing our internal processes, we are being passed up by organizations that are doing it better. A new report put out by SHL stresses the importance of focusing on the data that’s available worldwide rather than the information restricted to your organization, as well as making advances towards innovation.