I think it’s apparent that I love talking about portal. Much of what I talk about is fairly theoretical and visionary considering not all the technologies are actually fully capable

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One of the reasons I write so much about the user interface (UI), portals and SOA is that I believe HR technology’s future is very much about how we engage

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I recently posted that the creation of strategy was better served by being flexible and agile than creating concrete plans. Here’s part 3: 7. Encourage Risks; Tolerate Mistakes ((Millard, Rob,

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I recently posted that the creation of strategy was better served by being flexible and agile than creating concrete plans. Rob Millard probably said it better: NOT on a soviet-style

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For all our lofty talk about employer branding, employee engagement, communications and change management, and for all the money we’ve been spending on implementing technology, process and workflow, we don’t

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In 1995, two young U.S. Army officers who had been friends at West Point found themselves living down the street from each other at a base near Honolulu.  Nate Allen

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This was a fun way to “network” although I don’t know if you could actually call it networking if you don’t know who you’re talking to and you have no

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Going where I never thought I’d go… But the HRIQ blog wrote this page about the amount of waste generated by a workplace in a single year. Apparently the average

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Every project has some component of change. Especially in HR changes, an organization might be deploying changes to how HR practitioners, employees, or managers experience process or service delivery. In

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HR behavioral change is sometimes easy with employees and usually difficult with managers. Modern employees enjoy access to self service systems, but are sometimes lukewarm towards service delivery and call

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Change management is a critical part of almost any project and it is a determinant in the successful implementation in both technology and process projects. I believe change management should

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I was checking out ((I got there through the Employee Portals 2.0 blog)) Watson Wyatt’s effective communication report ((Watson Wyatt. “Effective Communication: A Leading Indicator of Financial Performance – 2005/2006

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The Conference Board of Canada did an interview with Dave Ulrich where he stated “the 21st century will belong to human resources and to organizational capabilities.” ((Thanks to Romain of

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Charismatic leaders create an envorinment in which employees want to follow a vision or idea that has been stated. A goal of most leaders is to create the type of

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The Talent management space is always a complex market. If you think about the talent management suite, you’re talking about workforce development, learning managmeent, performance management, compensation management, succession planning,

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While I’m not a “communicator” in HRIT we are often involved in communications at levels we don’t think about. Basically, any time we’re implementing a system that will include a

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View part 1 here. Jason wrote this post about The Manager’s Role in PerformanceCorsello, Jason, December 19, 2005. “The Manager’s Role in Performance.” Retrieved from http://jasoncorsello.blogs.com on December 19, 2005.

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Employee Engagement at 14% Worldwide Actually, I’ll place a healthy bet that all bloggers and almost all blog readers are highly engaged. Let’s face it, for you to search out

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One of the things that bothers be about blogspot.com is that I can’t have comments automatically showing up on the board – you have to click comments to see them.

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Perhaps the post should be “Branding, Communications, Service Delivery… Again.” Actually, there have been a couple of interesting things on the web. The first is a post by Andrew who

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