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HR Strategy and Technology

Time for the Annual HR Technology Survey

Posted by on May 27, 2014

With the web content and search developing the way it has over the last 15 years, I think we take for granted how ubiquitous information is.  We can Google just about anything and...

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Social and Gamification

HR, Twitter and Osama bin Laden

Posted by on Oct 2, 2013

Yeah – I’m going to write about this.  I just finished watching Zero Dark Thirty on the plane, and I’m thinking back to that day.  I remember landing in the...

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Analytics and Big Data

Big Data For HR & Recruiting: 2 Use Cases

Posted by on Jan 29, 2014

Forget about Google.  One of the world’s favorite sites has got to be LMGTFY.com.  “Let me google that for you.”  With the wondrous world of the internet and...

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Time for the Annual HR Technology Survey

Time for the Annual HR Technology Survey

May 27, 2014

With the web content and search developing the way it has over the last 15 years, I think we take for granted how ubiquitous information is.  We can Google just about anything and get decently reliable results every time.  At the root of all of this, somebody is creating great information and insight, and it takes time. One of the very few surveys that is just...

The Evolution of Standardization

The Evolution of Standardization

Apr 30, 2014

So my wife has been on a homemade donut kick lately.  That’s right, every weekend I get to sample another dozen donuts.  Those of you who read often know that my constant struggle to stay fit must work really well when there is a new batch of donuts sitting around the house every Saturday morning.  We’ve got the chocolate dipped, the glazed, the orange...

The new HR Portal is not an HR Portal

The new HR Portal is not an HR Portal

Apr 15, 2014

What exactly was Web 1.0?  I honestly can’t even remember.  I barely even remember Web 2.0 other than it was the advent of user interactivity so minimally executed that today’s teenagers would not even recognize it as internet. Oh, wait – I totally forgot that today’s teenagers no longer care about the internet.  Here’s the history and future of...

A Star Trek User Experience

A Star Trek User Experience

Feb 12, 2014

One of my favorite all time scenes in movies is in Star Trek 4 (They Voyage Home).  Scotty and McCoy are hunting a local professor to get some plexy glass, and strike a deal to get it for free.  The deal?  Give the professor the chemical formula for “transparent aluminum.”  In order to do this, McCoy suggests that Scotty use the computer to show...

Big Data For HR & Recruiting: 2 Use Cases

Big Data For HR & Recruiting: 2 Use Cases

Jan 29, 2014

Forget about Google.  One of the world’s favorite sites has got to be LMGTFY.com.  “Let me google that for you.”  With the wondrous world of the internet and ubiquitous information, ubiquitous access through our mobile devices, and ubiquitous connectivity, whenever someone asks a dumb question in email, you get to just send them back a link...

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