Well known (and respected) HR research firm Bersin & Associates said today that it has been “substantially” acquired by global human capital consultancy Deloitte, according to an announcement by both companies.
Tech providers think they give practitioners what they want. They’re wrong.Earlier this year The HRO Today Innovation Gap Survey set out to identify disconnects between vendors’ and users’ perceptions of human resources technologies. But the survey’s title, however provocative and promising, falls short of doing the survey’s results justice. This is not a gap. It’s a canyon.
Selling to HR isn’t exactly a no-brainer anymore. It never was, frankly. But it seems to grow more complex every year. For instance, the number of tactics and channels you need to master has exploded. (Our latest eBook, The Right Mix: A B2B Marketing Allocation Guide, explores these tactics and channels in depth - and no, dumping all your money toward just one or two marketing tactics does not work).
I gave a webinar on hr.com this week discussing the Future of HCM Analytics...with a bit of Oracle Fusion HCM Workforce Prediction demo (slides here). I was excited about this webinar, because, I got to talk about future state topics, showed a...
“Pluck your little flowers” is what one of my journalism professors used to say when he’d see writing that was just a little too cute. Keep precious writing for you diary. When you’re 16. Otherwise, dump it like a bad boyfriend.
Yesterday, I presented and attended the "HR Innovations" conference hosted by the Performance Institute in Washington, DC. This conference is geared to the public sector and has some very interesting sessions.
Years ago, there is a motorola executive was speaking to a group of students. He asks the students to answer a couple of simple questions, “who among you owns a motorola cell phone?”. A small group of students raise their hands.
If I could change one thing about HR, I would teach them how to say "no." Human Resources is a service department. Most HR professionals I have met are friendly, professional people who will go out of their way to solve your problem. This is a good thing because it serves the business.
A friend of mine celebrated 20 years of working in television by posting "5 Things I Learned From 20 Years in TV" - he has five parts to this. I can list five items that I learned and any Human Resources Manager will understand this.
There’s been quite a bit in the HR press recently on HR technology and especially social media, perhaps in the run-up to the UK’s HR Software Show today (I’m not going to this as I’m holding on for the USA’ much larger HR Technology conference...
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