HRExaminer v5.28

On July 25, 2014, in HR Technology, HRExaminer, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
We sit at the edge of a new era. In London in the 1820s, automation raised its head in the cotton mills. It took over 80 years from then til the widespread adoption of factory work. The 19th Century generally wasn’t pleasant as a result. People who you’d think of as HR people took the lead in making factories workable and usable. They figured out the new work. They experimented with the design of work. This will happen again as we move into the real webbed future. This week, HRExaminer explores the past and future of recruiting and human resources technology to uncover The Next Wave of HR Tech. Enjoy!
 

Next Wave HR Tech Part 5 (Conclusion)

On July 25, 2014, in HR Technology, HR Trends, HRExaminer, by John Sumser
In the industrial revolution HR experimented with and shaped the design of new work. We now sit at the edge of a new era in work that is shaped by technology. What role will HR play this time?
 

Next Wave HR Tech Part 4: Human Augmentation

On July 24, 2014, in Big Data, Futures, HR Technology, HR Trends, HRExaminer, by John Sumser
When the advance of human augmentation reaches a certain point, we’re going to have to start figuring out the new work and how to pay people whose work is mostly done by machine.
 

Next Wave HR Tech Part 3: Quantified Everything

On July 23, 2014, in HR Scoop, HR Technology, HR Trends, HRExaminer, by John Sumser
Whether they buy it or demand it, HR Departments are going to want and need the coming wave of data that is just starting to be collected by mobile and wearable devices.
 

Next Wave HR Tech Part 2: HR Data

On July 22, 2014, in Analytics, HR Technology, HR Trends, HRExaminer, by John Sumser
Is there an opportunity for HR to harness people data across the entire spectrum of information sources to find the best utilization of people?
 

Next Wave HR Tech Part 1: HR Systems

On July 21, 2014, in Analytics, HR Technology, HR Trends, HRExaminer, by John Sumser
Have you discovered any new processes that need automation lately? Of course not. The era of enterprise computing is coming to a close.
 

HRExaminer v5.27

Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic joins the HRExaminer Editorial Advisory Board with a fresh evaluation of big data, gamification, and social analytics in pursuit of the question, Should We Get Excited About New Assessment Tools?. Paul Hebert says that HR Needs to Follow the Right Rabbit and we couldn’t agree more. Heather Bussing discusses Diversity and Why Laws Don’t Fix Discrimination. You’re not likely to disagree with John Sumser when he concludes that The Key is Still People in the business of HR. We wrap up our weekly issue with John Sumser’s conversation with Todd Maycunich, vice president of Product Innovation for TMP Worldwide on HR Examiner Radio. Enjoy!
 

The Key is Still People

To the extent that current systems perpetuate the myth that data constitutes a relationship, they are major contributors to the problem.
 

Should We Get Excited About New Assessment Tools?

In recent years, the synergy between psychology and technology has revitalized assessment practices bringing new types of assessment.
 

HR Needs to Follow the Right Rabbit

“And as a department, as a profession and as individuals – HR is trying to chase both rabbits.” -Paul Hebert
 
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