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BYOD As We Know It Is Dead

October 17, 2013 | Bob Egan | Forbes

“Cell phones” at work are not new. Nor are smart phones. Many credit Blackberry for inventing the concept, but few would argue that Apple with its iPhone, more than other device created this explosive phenomena called BYOD – ...

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Human Capital Management And The Future Of Work

August 26, 2013 | Huffington Post Business

The future of work has changed due to a series of market disruptions that have thrust Human Capital Management (HCM) into a curious position of attention. According to Shawn Price, president of SuccessFactors, responsible for the end-to-end ...

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Social Tools Can Improve Employee Onboarding

August 5, 2013 | HBR

Remember for just a moment the first few weeks in your job. Chances are it took you a while to get in the swing of things and to get fully comfortable and productive. Thinking even further back, once you accepted the job and before you showed up ...

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Leveraging New Technologies for Employee Development Programs

June 6, 2013 | U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Rapid advances in technology have transformed the workplace in recent years. Technology has changed the way we learn. The explosion of technology has impacted the way people communicate and collaborate. Common examples of different tools are ...

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To Do: Update Company's Social Media Policy ASAP

June 6, 2013 | Forbes

Employee use of social media has been a controversial topic over the past year, and one I’ve covered several times in this blog. While I oppose company policies that unfairly limit employees’ rights to express themselves online, ...

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There and Back Again: An Employee Development Tale

April 17, 2013 | Fabio Malagisi | HCI

As leaders, we often see our employees go through various stages of motivation, contribution and engagement. Often, we get concerned when we see changes in how our employees seem to be responding to their work. We over think it, read into every action or reaction and then try to solve it by randomly calling a “one on one” meeting.

 

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