HRExaminer Weekly Edition Feature image v4.32 August 23, 2013 LinkedIn or FencedIn?

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LinkedIn or FencedIn?

HRExaminer Weekly Edition v4.32 August 23, 2013

We’re still looking at who owns data. This week we’re featuring Legal Editor Heather Bussing’s post on LinkedIn, Who Owns Data 7: Linkedin or Fencedin. Heather reveals that LinkedIn’s terms of service contain more weasels than your average company weasel words.

Neil McCormick documents a case study from Australia in The ROI Debate. John Sumser isn’t talking about ignorance in Not Knowing What You’re Doing. John also discusses a tool that could clarify your writing and shares Five Links: On New Ideas and Cautions. Enjoy!

This Week’s Articles

 

Who Owns Data 7: Linkedin or FencedinFeature: Who Owns Data 7: Linkedin or Fencedin Who owns data? Terms of Service or User Agreements are a kind of contract that describes who owns what. When you buy software, you don’t really own the software itself. You get a license to use it.
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Not Knowing What You’re DoingNot Knowing What You’re Doing Always distrust tools; always be alert for alternative ways of thinking. Many of the amazing insights that are becoming available involve rethinking the things you think you know.
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Communication and IntegrationCommunication and Integration Knowing our own little world really well can get in the way of seeing new ideas. Even though there is truth in the “best of type” idea, seeing the whole picture is more important right now.
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The ROI DebateThe ROI Debate “It’s very difficult to talk about Return on Investment, in its purest form, when most human resource departments are considered cost centres.” –Neil McCormick
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Five Links: New Ideas and CautionsFive Links: New Ideas and CautionsThe Vanishing Cost of Guessing, What Happens When Publishers Invest In Long Stories, Good Leaders Get Emotional, FC1: Who Learns What, and The Future of Programming.
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