Workforce management technology encompasses all the activities needed to maintain a productive workforce. It addresses a critical business requirement by aligning HR activities to organizational business goals. The objective is to ...Read more
The workplace is changing rapidly, right in front of us. Driven by Moore’s Law, the relationship between our people and their technology is reshaping the way that work gets done, the way we interact with the HR Tech System, how we communicate with each other and the rate at which our companies adapt or die.
Tim Gardner, Author of the blog the HR Introvert and Director of Organizational Effectiveness at Kimberly Clark shares what big data can and cannot do for the firm. Gardner breaks down some of the big data basics explaining what makes ...Read more
How is it that managers facing high-stakes decisions, despite all the resources and knowledge available to them, often make them so poorly? In large part, it’s because their whole perspective on decision-making is wrong. Managers ...Read more
With tightening budgets and shallow talent pools the ability to attract, assess, develop, and engage the best talent remains a challenge. Luckily, new social technologies for candidate relationship management, sourcing, and learning systems have been emerging to solve some of these key concerns.
Big Data can provide the answers if the leadership knows the right questions to ask and which data points to look to for resolution. Join this webcast to learn how HR analytics can drive business results now.
Like most functions, organizations and people, the HR Department is buried in new somewhat relevant data. The organization’s management will waste little time before they mandate the discovery of uses for this external data. Recruiting, ...Read more
The era of Big Data is upon us.
From retailers to shipping companies to marketing agencies, more businesses are using Big Data to discover patterns and trends. Many companies even have specialized teams of people who work on Big Data ...
Many scholars, from decision scientists to organizational theorists, have addressed this question from different perspectives, and the answer, as for most complex questions, is “it depends.” Big Data can lead to Big Mistakes. After ...Read more
Whether or not your software was built by a single team using clearly defined data elements matters. A whole lot. What seems like an esoteric question turns out to be the difference between endless wars with the same problem and wisdom.