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CIPD - You say tomato, I say tomahto

CIPD - You say tomato, I say tomahto | HR Analytics and Big Data @ Work | Scoop.it

"The term Human Capital Management (HCM) arouses strong feelings, amongst HR professionals at least! In one corner it represents an attempt to categorise people as mere widgets in a machine in order to understand how to minimise their costs. In the other corner (and I have to hold my hand up here) HCM is a means of trying to understand the value of the contribution that people make to organisational performance."

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A critical review by CIPD on Human Capital management and measurement:

 

"While some people argue that there is little difference between the concept of 'human capital' and that of 'human resources', the key distinction is that the focus of human capital is on the value of employees, and how this may be measured, rather than on the HR function itself."

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Five Ways to Make Big Data Actionable for HR

Five Ways to Make Big Data Actionable for HR | HR Analytics and Big Data @ Work | Scoop.it

Big data offers HR executives the opportunity to contribute more strategically to a business’s operations and decision making.


Via Andrée Laforge
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"The use of big data empowers HR to view its existing data through a new lens (and to) make more informed decisions." This article at Talent Management Magazine gives some basic considerations for HR executives, when getting involved into Big Data.

 

When Making Big Data Actionable...
* Start with the right questions
* Focus on compatibility
* Ensure integration
* Remember to disaggregate
* Visualize insights

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The War on Talent: How Social and Analytics are Reinventing the Art of HR - Wired

The War on Talent: How Social and Analytics are Reinventing the Art of HR - Wired | HR Analytics and Big Data @ Work | Scoop.it
The War on Talent: How Social and Analytics are Reinventing the Art of HR Wired In an ever increasingly social and digital landscape where potential candidates are active over social networks, tagging their expertise and proactively making...

Via Fred Thiel
Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s insight:

Nice article on Wired written by IBM's VP HR/Workforce Analytics. He sees a fundamental shift in how organizations are searching for and developing talent: "gone are the days of static job postings and sifting through stacks of resumes."


"A unique combination of social, analytic and talent management tools are required to attract and retain the talent needed to drive value for your organization and build a Smarter Workforce."

 

He describes the example of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals:

Pressured by a tough labour market, the company first started using analytics to determine which skills were needed from their future applicants, and then matched the skills required with targeted applicants. With positive results: realizing the goal of hiring 350 scientists in a short time frame, 1000 new employees in following years, and added business value (developing 10 new drug candidates in record time).

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Fred Thiel's curator insight, April 11, 2013 12:08 AM

Want ads may soon be a thing of the past

L'Atelier de l'Emploi - ManpowerGroup's curator insight, April 16, 2013 1:35 AM

"Regeneron Pharmaceuticals:

Pressured by a tough labour market, the company first started using analytics to determine which skills were needed from their future applicants, and then matched the skills required with targeted applicants. With positive results: realizing the goal of hiring 350 scientists in a short time frame, 1000 new employees in following years, and added business value (developing 10 new drug candidates in record time)."

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IBM Launches its Smarter Workforce Initiative - Forbes

IBM Launches its Smarter Workforce Initiative - Forbes | HR Analytics and Big Data @ Work | Scoop.it
This week at IBM Connect (formerly Lotusphere), IBM launched its Smarter Workforce program, bringing together the products and services of Kenexa with IBM.

Via Julie Lessard
Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s insight:

Excerpts from the article:

 

"This week at IBM Connect (formerly Lotusphere), IBM launched its Smarter Workforce program, bringing together the products and services of Kenexa with IBM."

"IBM pulled together a variety of products and services and launched a major campaign to position IBM as a leading provider of HR and talent management solutions."

"IBM’s Smarter Workforce program will likely further fuel the fire for modern, relevant HR and talent solutions – raising the bar for everyone."

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Julie Lessard's curator insight, January 31, 2013 9:31 PM

Talent management is definitely a top priority in today's business environment.