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The Future of Talent Is Potential

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Linda Hill, Harvard Business School professor, and Claudio Fernández-Aráoz, senior adviser at Egon Zehnder, on the talent strategies that set up a company for long-term success.

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Nine Ways Employers Screw Up Hiring

Nine Ways Employers Screw Up Hiring | Talent Systems | Scoop.it
"So I'm about done here," said our client Tricia on the phone, sounding exasperated. "Really, Trish?" I asked her. "Was it just a bad day, or are you seriously thinking about quitting your job?" "Tell me what you think," Tricia replied. "We lost another great candidate today - an ace. I spent [...]

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Big Data: A Quick-Start Guide for Learning Practitioners - T+D

Big Data: A Quick-Start Guide for Learning Practitioners - T+D | Talent Systems | Scoop.it
Big Data: A Quick-Start Guide for Learning Practitioners
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My Cloud Talent Success team drove these accomplishments by starting with the end in mind, using all our data sources, and frankly, outsourcing the analytics expertise: We pinpointed ...
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Data analytics is making the future of HR uncertain, says KPMG HR director - HR Magazine

Data analytics is making the future of HR uncertain, says KPMG HR director - HR Magazine | Talent Systems | Scoop.it

"Experience of life on the client side has enabled Tim Payne (pictured) to bring innovation and energy to his role at KPMG. He explains why his past lends him a unique level of respect when advising, and how data is making the future of HR uncertain."


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Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s curator insight, August 5, 2013 6:09 AM

Nice interview in HR Magazine with KPMG's European HR director, discussing the way the HR function has and will change(d) within KPMG and in general. With a emphasis on the use of analytics: "Harnessing data and analytics is vital but urges caution. Data analytics is where HR will go, I have no doubt."

 

He describes his caution as follows: "We are woefully underprepared to take advantage of it. The basic maths and statistical skills just aren't there in HR functions." "For HR to fully take advantage of analytics, Payne believes it needs three things: the ability to crunch numbers, get data and think like a scientist."

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Is HR at Its Breaking Point? - Workforce.com

Is HR at Its Breaking Point? - Workforce.com | Talent Systems | Scoop.it

Some companies are choosing to do away with traditional HR departments and divvy up the duties to other departments, but not everyone agrees that's such a good idea.


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Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s curator insight, April 16, 2013 6:02 AM

Interesting article at Workforce.com discussing whether outsourcing HR tasks to other departments and non-HR functions is a good idea or not. More importantly, the article shows what HR has to do to move forward and to move up the strategic ladder.

 

In the end it's all about one thing: "getting in the right talent and making sure (HR) is developed appropriately and looking at the strategy of the business."

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10 Minutes on Talent Priorities

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Talent continues to top the list of executive concerns. And it’s no wonder, given its far-reaching impact on every aspect of corporate strategy and operations. But instead of thinking solely in terms of their people strategy, company leaders are zeroing in on where talent makes a fundamental difference in business strategy. They are focusing on how talent can help them achieve the following four strategic priorities: power growth, realize ROI, manage risk, and enable transformation.


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Shifting HR – leading positive disruptive change

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Andrew Brock comments on the repositioning of HR from a shared service for implementing policy and process to the owner of the organisation’s key strategic asset – people.

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Tony Brugman (Bright & Company)'s curator insight, May 27, 2013 4:58 AM

Read in the HC Magazine May edition, this contribution by Kenexa's Andrew Brock shines light on the Shift of the HR function towards a more strategic role. I like his use of the analogy of a car mechanic versus a car engineer in relation to the shifting HR thinking. "Strategic HR has transformed itself to become predominantly an engineer instead of a mechanic. In the boardroom they are becoming deeply connected to the business strategy, then they design people agendas to achieve those business outcomes."

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How It Works: Analytics

"Information is flowing like mighty rivers from a trillion connected and intelligent things . . ." Analytics explained though simple narration and illustrati...
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How to Succeed in Business Without Going to Hell

How to Succeed in Business Without Going to Hell | Talent Systems | Scoop.it
The sign said New Employee Orientation; it should have said "Welcome to Hell." The new employees were led down a dark hallway past glum-looking workers glued to computer screens. The beaten-looking

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Big Data Analytics: The Revolution Has Just Begun

Analytics 2012 keynote speaker, Will Hakes, shares his thoughts on the big data revolution and how smart businesses are positioning themselves for the change...
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Integrated talent management systems - essential or expendable?

Integrated talent management systems - essential or expendable? | Talent Systems | Scoop.it

Integrated talent management - a new and somewhat daunting prospect for many organisations - is something any well-run company must do, according to Josh Bersin, Principal and Founder of research analysis organisation Bersin by Deloitte. Bersin adds that trends in the talent systems market indicate this is rapidly becoming a feasible goal.

Bersin by Deloitte’s 2013 research into the spend on talent management systems shows that investment is growing at an even faster rate than previously expected. Currently 32% of all investment into HR systems is spent on talent-related solutions, from recruitment to succession planning. But according to Bersin’s report, the three big new areas in talent management software are analytics, mobile, and social media.

 

One of the factors that accounts for the continuing expansion of the HR systems market, including talent management, is the rapid development of cloud-based systems that operate over the Internet.

 

Another contributing factor is the continuing convergence of systems as acquisitions and mergers, which enable vendors to offer a full range of functionality covering the spectrum of talent management processes.

“With the right long-term architecture you can now expect all your HR and talent systems to work very well together,” says Bersin.”

 

“For the first time in our history as an analyst firm, the talent management systems market is filled with excellent solutions (albeit each is different), all focused on high value capabilities, and ready for companies that don't want to take big risks.”

 

Estimated to be worth upwards of $4.2 billion, the market for corporate learning and talent management systems is growing at 22% with even higher growth rates in talent acquisition and talent management software.

 

Major players in this field include CornerstoneOnDemand, Oracle / Taleo, SAP / SuccessFactors, Lumesse, SilkRoad, Saba, PeopleFluent, Halogen Software, ADP, SumTotal Systems, iCims, Ultimate Software, Technomedia, JobVite who have been joined other major new entrants such as IBM (Kenexa), ADP, LinkedIn, and Salesforce.com.


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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, May 17, 2013 3:53 PM

Big data and people systems, yes.   Talent development is a central part of it.    ~  Deb

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Forget big data analytics, try geospatial complex diverse-data analytics - ComputerWeekly.com (blog)

Forget big data analytics, try geospatial complex diverse-data analytics - ComputerWeekly.com (blog) | Talent Systems | Scoop.it
ComputerWeekly.com (blog) Forget big data analytics, try geospatial complex diverse-data analytics ComputerWeekly.com (blog) Just when you thought you knew where data came from, the industry points you to spatial diverse-data and the need to...
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