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The New Era Of Talent

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The truth is that today's war for talent is asymmetric. The “best and the brightest” will have to make way for the highly motivated and deeply connected.

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Top 10 Content Curation Sites For Creating Online Magazines

Top 10 Content Curation Sites For Creating Online Magazines | ET_CC_UK | Scoop.it

"Content Curation, the act of discovering and presenting digital content, is becoming increasingly popular among publishers and marketers. Instead of focusing on generating new content, content curation focuses on amassing content from a variety of sources, and delivering it to readers in a visually appealing and organised manner.

 

There are several content curation services that allow you to create online magazines with content mash-up from websites, blogs, RSS feeds, social media, and other online sources.

 

I have compiled a list of 10 free content curation sites that you can use to deliver content to your audience creating your own digital magazine and newspaper. It is a very effective way to get the most out of your content and attract new audiences."


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Why Every Employee At Your Company Should Use LinkedIn

Why Every Employee At Your Company Should Use LinkedIn | ET_CC_UK | Scoop.it
Having your entire workforce use LinkedIn could become your company’s rocket fuel. Yet many employers block company computers from accessing LinkedIn.
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Gary Bamford's curator insight, January 10, 2014 3:52 AM

Couldn't have said it better - but don't forget this forum too!!

 

Anyway - No.3 is the critical driver from my perspective.

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Workforce Analytics can add value in two ways (only)

Workforce Analytics can add value in two ways (only) | ET_CC_UK | Scoop.it
I think it is fair to say that Workforce Analytics, HR metrics and Big Data in HR is firmly on the map now. It is one of the key trends in global HR right now and everybody's taking about it. And w...

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The Talent Equation: A New Book on Big Data and HR from the CEO of ... - DigitalJournal.com

The Talent Equation: A New Book on Big Data and HR from the CEO of ...

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Nick Holley - Talent Management Minus Big Data

Talent – Big Data = Unsubstantiated Rubbish

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David Green's curator insight, November 8, 2013 5:10 AM

One of the highlights of the recent HR Tech Europe conference in Amsterdam

Andrew Spence's curator insight, November 8, 2013 12:39 PM

This was an excellent presentation from Nick and definitely the best title at the HR Technology Europe conference!

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Content curation for journalists and the rise of independent storytellers

Content curation for journalists and the rise of independent storytellers | ET_CC_UK | Scoop.it
An in-depth analysis of how media organisations and individuals are dealing with user-generated content online in the paper “Newsroom Curators and Independent Storytellers: Content curation as a new form of journalism”, written for the...

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Veille digitale's curator insight, October 8, 2013 8:25 AM

Whether we choose to call it “information overload”, as Alvin Toffler did in 1970, or “filter failure” following Clay Shirky’s more recent definition, the problem of how to find relevant information among the thousand tiny pieces of content published online every day cannot be underestimated.

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Why games are good for learning?

Why games are good for learning? | ET_CC_UK | Scoop.it

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Francesco G. Lamacchia's curator insight, November 21, 2013 11:48 AM

Giocando....s'impara! 

Julio Cirnes's curator insight, November 25, 2013 3:46 PM

Please teacher, more games!

Ryan McDonough's curator insight, July 7, 2014 8:19 AM

Self explanatory visual on the benefits of gaming as a means of learning. Outlined are the rewards, mastery, engagement, intensity, exercise, readiness, and competitiveness. These types of graphics need to be displayed in the classroom. There's always parents who are unsure of how gaming qualifies as teaching. Can't they just sit their kid in front of an iPad all day at home? Well, in the appropriate setting, with the right direction and guidance, games are certainly good for learning. Some people just don't know that from experience yet.

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What is your dream team?

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Sometimes you are dreaming. Wouldn't it be nice to get a short message from your CEO? "Please come to my office Friday at 4 pm. Bring clothes etc. for three weeks. We need you for a special HR rela...
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Are You Engaged at Work? Probably Not

Are You Engaged at Work? Probably Not | ET_CC_UK | Scoop.it
Can you honestly say that you are happy at work? If you answered yes to that question then congratulations, you belong to a small demographic of gainfully employed individuals fully committed to their role at work.

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Kudos's curator insight, November 2, 2013 9:55 PM

The Q12 really does make a lot of sense. The more I read articles and insights on employee engagement the Q12 always seems to be the most complete and straightforward list. If you get some of the list right you will have more engaged employees. Having fully engaged employees all the time is probably impossible. Probably because work is after all – work and not always fun. But if you work with purpose you can always find  ways to be engaged. If you can't, do everyone a favor and find a change that does engage you. 

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5 Ways to Rethink Corporate Knowledge Sharing

5 Ways to Rethink Corporate Knowledge Sharing | ET_CC_UK | Scoop.it
The quest to effectively share knowledge within a company is one that still appears elusive.  How do you keep on top of your competitors' developments?  How to do you monitor articles that mention your brand?

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Marty Koenig's curator insight, November 7, 2013 11:06 AM


There is so much more corporations can do to share knowledge. Sharing conversations using IM and private social media like Yammer is just the tip of the iceberg. I believe curation will be one catalyst that solves the firehose issue and lets people engage in the topics they are interested in for their career aspirations and adding more value to their employer. Scoop.it will be the leader in this next quest.

Jordi Carrió Jamilà's curator insight, November 12, 2013 4:08 AM

Interesante artículo de cómo enfocar la curación en las empresas

Stepanov Sergey Mikhailovich's curator insight, March 20, 2014 5:19 PM

Music " Reflection " for Independence of Ukraine.
http://soundcloud.com/stepanov-sergei/reflection-1
       FIND...
Find your dream , find your way , find your star ,
find your love, find your friend,
find your beat in your heart .
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Find your dream, find your way , find your star ,
find your love, find your friend,
find your love to Ukraine .
                                                         by  Stepanov      Ukraine

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5 Ways to Modernize Your Relationship with Employees I Shawn Murphy

5 Ways to Modernize Your Relationship with Employees I Shawn Murphy | ET_CC_UK | Scoop.it

'...What we need in our workplaces is a major switch and shift in how managers and employees relate and work alongside one another....'


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What wil be the HR competenties for the future?

Short presentation of 6 competenties for HR professionals in the future, as seen by Dave Ulrich, professor University of Michigan


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Sophie Lijnen's curator insight, February 11, 2013 4:35 AM

 

Dave Ulrich distinguishes 6 mayor competencies of HR professionals

1. Credible Activist (they do what they say they will do)

2. Strategic Positioner (they understand the global BU context and act accordingly)

3. Capability Builder (they help clarifying what the organisation is good in and knows good)

4. Change Champion (they develop the organisation capacity to change and build effective change processes & structures)

5. HR Innovator & Integrator (they innovate and integrate the HR paractices around a few critical BU issues)

6. Technology Promotor(they are involved in applying social network technologies [inside (between emplyees) & outside (with clients) the organisation] and increase their role in the management of information.

 

Read more?

Book- Dave Ulrich, "HR Transformation - 6 competenties for the future", 2012

Link - http://360hr.blogspot.be/2013/02/whats-next-for-hr-six-competencies-hr.html

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Big Data: How can HR Stay Relevant? | Blog post

Big Data: How can HR Stay Relevant? | Blog post | ET_CC_UK | Scoop.it
In an earlier blog, Sam Carr talked about how HR professionals are in constant strife to identify their role and position within an organisation. While
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Big Data Brings Big Changes to Recruiting

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Big Data Brings Big Changes to Recruiting Wired There's no shortage of workforce analytics and applicant tracking systems designed for recruiting purposes, and many are great at gathering and aggregating “transactional information.” But the trick...

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Andrée Laforge's curator insight, January 8, 2014 9:57 AM

Les avantages du Big Data pour le recrutement: les recruteurs gagnent du temps, les organisations embaucheront les bonnes personnes (plus rapidement) et les candidats seront « matchés » à l'emploi de leur rêve. Vous y croyez? Moi, si...

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Human Resources Need to Catch Up with “Big Data"

Human Resources Need to Catch Up with “Big Data" | ET_CC_UK | Scoop.it

Human Resources and sales are seen as lagging in analytical skills when compared with other organization functions, according to a study sponsored by American Management Association (AMA), a world leader in professional development and performance-based learning solutions.


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David Green's curator insight, October 23, 2013 10:19 AM

I work in HR and Sales and would have to sadly agree...

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Human touch gets a helping hand - Financial Times

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Human touch gets a helping hand Financial Times Underscoring the growing importance of technology to HR – or human capital management (HCM) as it is more fashionably called – the leaders in the enterprise software market have spent billions of...

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A Problem Shared is a Problem Halved: Why Your Most Valuable Innovation Resource is Your Network

A Problem Shared is a Problem Halved: Why Your Most Valuable Innovation Resource is Your Network | ET_CC_UK | Scoop.it
Sharing a business problem amongst all employees, rather than just the usual tried-and-tested people, is a great way to boost innovation.
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6 Key Questions to Ask before HR Outsourcing

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6 Key Questions to Ask before HR Outsourcing - new article from HR Transformer Blog


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Andrew Spence's curator insight, November 7, 2013 8:20 AM
For the Buyers of HR Services, there is strong demand from organisations who want :-
• Standardised HR Services
• Reduced Cost to Serve 
• Access to innovative workplace tools and technology 
• The business benefits of Big Data
Here are 6 questions to ask before embarking on HR Outsourcing.
AlGonzalezinfo's curator insight, November 7, 2013 8:48 AM

Very interesting article on the current status of HR outsourcing.   If you are considering this, the article lists 6 critical questions to ask before you make the decision. 

 

From the article:

 

For the Buyers of HR Services, there is strong demand from organisations who want : 

 

• Standardised HR Services

 

• Reduced Cost to Serve 

 

• Access to innovative workplace tools and technology 

 

• The business benefits of Big Data 

 

From my experience as someone who has sat on both sides of the Outsourcing fence, there are challenges facing HR Directors when considering whether to outsource, they are broadly categorised as : 

 

Internal – the readiness of your organisation to embark on a big change 

 

External – finding a suitable partner who can delivery your requirements now and in the future. 

David Hain's curator insight, November 7, 2013 8:54 AM

HR - to oustource or not - make sure you check out the full picture...

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Four keys for preparing for an annual performance review I Jessica Miller-Merrell

For successful and productive reviews, take a look at these four keys to preparing for annual performance reviews

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☼ Maslow’s Need Hierarchy: A Need Hierarchy for Teams ☼

☼ Maslow’s Need Hierarchy: A Need Hierarchy for Teams ☼ | ET_CC_UK | Scoop.it

 

Maslow created a hierarchy of needs for the individual.

 

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs is a popular way of thinking about people's needs. Published by psychologist Abraham Maslow in his 1943 article, "A Theory of Human Motivation," this theory contends that as humans strive to meet our most basic needs, we also seek to satisfy a higher set of needs.

 

Maslow presents this set of needs as a hierarchy, consisting of:

Physiological/bodily needs.Safety needs.Love/belonging needs.Self-esteem.Self-actualization (the desire to be "all that you can be").

 

The theory argues that the most fundamental level starts with the physiological need for food, water and shelter.

 

This is followed by security and social needs.

 

Maslow believed that the higher level needs, such as self-esteem and self-fulfillment, could only be met after the lower level needs had been satisfied.

http://bit.ly/mAQIJE

 

 

✎✎ What about Team Needs?

 

Using the need hierarchy frame and a specific software, Sarma and van der Hoek 2004 got an insight into what are the fundamental needs for a team to function, what makes the team cohesive and how can the team be made more efficient.

 

They createed a hierarchy comprising of the deficiency needs and the growth needs.

 

The first four layers are namely fundamental needs, safety needs, belonging needs and Esteem needs.

 

Once the needs at a particular level are satisfied the team needs to fulfill the needs at the higher level.

 

Once all the deficiency needs are satisfied the team is free to address its growth needs and reach self-actualization.

 

As the requirements of an individual in a society are different from the collaboration requirements of a software development team the specific needs in a layer are different than that of the individual.

 

Maslow placed the needs in a hierarchy such that only after the needs of a layer are satisfied would an individual care about the needs in the next layer.

 

 The five layers in our hierarchy of collaboration needs for a team are illustrated within their paper...

 

Using Maslow's insight Sarma and van der Hoek 2004 created a hierarchy of needs for the team.  In their paper they map the needs of a software development team to the need layers that Maslow prescribed for the individual.

 

In creating this mapping they come across an interesting observation that most collaborative tools focus on enhancing the efficiency of the team and de- pend on collocation to create team cohesiveness...

 

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs relates to organizational theory and behavior because it explores a worker’s motivation.

 

Some people are prepared to work just for money, because of friends, or the fact that they are respected by others and recognized for their good work.

 

 

➳➳ Note:

➳ The Limitations of Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs:

 

Five important Limitations about maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Theory:

 

1. The Theory is lacking about the motivators of extrinsically driven individuals...

 

2. Difficult for manager to identify the need level for employees...

 

3. The Most Powerful unsatisfied Need provides the most motivation...

This is often due to the fact that different individuals are driven to satisfy different needs at a certain time...

 

4. The theory is not empirically supported...

The definition of empirical is ‘something that can be proven or verified through studies or experiments’...

 

5. Basic Needs may not need to be satisfied to acknowledge higher needs...

Based on the theory, we assume that if an individual that is lacking in basic amenities or in a questionable working environment, he/she will never unlock the higher needs in the hierarchy....

http://bit.ly/1bPR9Wf

 

 

☼ Expansion/Extension of the Pyramid:

The Maslow's hierarchy of needs, not only provides a set of techniques for subtly coercing higher productivity from employees, but alsofosters a new culture in the workplace, one that leads to fulfilled workers, in which productivity is an advantageous fringe benefit.

 

The pyramid can be revised and expanded to include aesthetic needs, cognitive needs, and the need to find meaning.

 

An understanding of these needs and the value of fulfilling them in the workplace may add immeasurable long-term benefits in employee well being, and therefore employee productivity and retention.

 

>> Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs: General Considerations

 

✿ Physiological Needs:

Once an employee's immediate living needs are taken care of, he or she is likely to begin thinking about safety and security needs...

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✿ Safety Needs:

When an employee feels safe, he or she will seek to become a contributing member of the community of employees.

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✿ Belonging and Social Needs:

Once the employee feels valued, he or she will seek to grow in competence and self-esteem...

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✿ Esteem Needs:

Once an employee begins to feel good about him or herself, that employee will want to continue to grow...

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✿ Cognitive Needs:

When an employee is continuously learning and growing, he or she will begin to organize this knowledge, often in new and creative ways...

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✿ Aesthetic Needs:

The employee’s work now has the potential to become a means of self-expression....

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✿ Self-actualization Needs

Once a person feels that he or she has achieved his or her potential, that person will begin to feel a need for a connection with something greater...

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✿ Need for Transcendence:

When an employee's work is imbued with grander meaning, he or she will be less likely to indulge in short-term unethical behavior.

 

The employee will also be internally motivated to keep doing good work, with continuous improvement....

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Resources:

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Building Thought Leadership through Content Curation

Presentation given at WebCom Montreal, November 16, 2011 (content curation VS aggregation http://t.co/qFFzqBHwaa)

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Marc Rougier's curator insight, November 1, 2013 11:51 PM

A comprehensive presentation on how to become a Curation King to build Thought Leadership by Corinne WeisgerberNot recent (2011) but still totally relevant.


I totally agree with the depiction of curation: how different it is from aggregation; and how important it is for the curator to add a value above and beyond it's selection: context, perspective and organization. These, by the way, is the DNA of Scoop.it and the raison d'être of its "insight" box :)


I'd add to it that the curator can also have a message, a personal story (even subjective, even biased) on the topic he curates: he/she needs to be involved, passionate or expert - he/she is not just a collector.


This is why content curation is so beautifuly correlated to demonstrating thought leadership.

Marilyn Moran's curator insight, November 19, 2013 8:45 PM

Want to learn how to Build Thought Leadership Through Content Curation? Check out this presentation and learn the difference between content curation vs. aggregation. Good stuff here!

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The Way We Work Is Soul-Sucking, But Social Networks Are Not the Fix

The Way We Work Is Soul-Sucking, But Social Networks Are Not the Fix | ET_CC_UK | Scoop.it

We spend nearly half our waking hours at work, and much of that time is not even spent doing our actual job: It's all work about work. Email is broken, and what works on social networks like Facebook just doesn't work for enterprises.


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donhornsby's curator insight, November 7, 2013 7:57 AM

(From the article): Work should have meaning, and a work graph should support that by automating the high friction and coordination aspects of work — allowing us to focus on the creative (and therefore un-automatable) parts of work. That’s the way work in the 21st century should be, enabling groups of people to do great things in the world, and, ultimately, help humanity thrive.

John Michel's curator insight, November 7, 2013 1:13 PM

Work should have meaning, and a work graph should support that by automating the high friction and coordination aspects of work — allowing us to focus on the creative (and therefore un-automatable) parts of work. That’s the way work in the 21st century should be, enabling groups of people to do great things in the world, and, ultimately, help humanity thrive.

Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s curator insight, January 21, 2014 4:41 AM

Good Wired article about a new way to look at (and improve) Work: introducing the Work Graph (what can we learn from Social Networks?).

 

"A work graph consists of the units of work; information about that work; how it all fits together; and then the people involved with the work."