Human Resource Executive Online Moving HR Forward Human Resource Executive Online In his review of the HR Tech Europe conference, analyst Josh Bersin said, "While the tech markets continue to be hot, let's all remember that HR organizations and...
Buried near the end of this fairly standard but still pretty interesting piece on how software giant SAP is deploying Human Capital workforce analytics solutions in their internal organization from their recently acquired SuccessFactors product suite is perhaps one of the most clear, coherent, and instructive observations about the goals (or what should be the goals), of any HR organization embarking on an analytics or (buzz work blog police look the other way) 'Big Data' project. Here's the quote from SAP's Helen Poitevin:
Jose Enrique Alvarez's insight:
We see this (the implementation of modern workforce analytics solutions) as a transformation for us first, moving from being specialists in extracting data from our systems, to being specialists in answering workforce related business questions.
I just completed several weeks of HR conferences (four vendor conferences, the HR Technology Conference, SuccessConnect, and LinkedIn TalentConnect) and want to share some insights on key directions in HR technology.
A new buzzword has hit the business world: Datafication - turning an existing business into a "data business." Think about it this way: LinkedIn has "datafied" our professional connections. Facebook has "datafied" our friend network.
Workday Pushes Recruitment As Taleo, SuccessFactors Fade, Says Pac Crest Barron's (blog) Pacific Crest's Brendan Barnicle today reiterates an Outperform rating on shares of Workday (WDAY), and a $70 price target, writing that the company's new...
Oracle's Fusion Applications 'still maturing, but offer real value' ComputerworldUK Oracle still has some kinks to work out in its next-generation Fusion Applications and implementing them on-premises remains a daunting task, but customers on older...
By The Wharton School The reports that some employers are asking job candidates for Facebook passwords has generated intense outrage -- but that issue is just one of a bevy of legal and privacy-related questions.
While I and many, many others have blogged, talked, and pontificated about how the ongoing advance... (Virtual HR, or, 'Did you ask the HR chatbot?': While I and many, many others have blogged, talked, and...
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