HRx Big Ideas Radio: On Wednesday mornings, John interviews the people whose ideas are shaping the industry. Academics, authors, strategists, and ground breaking practitioners stop by to tell their stories.

HRx Big Ideas Radio: On Wednesday mornings, John Sumser interviews the people whose ideas are shaping the industry. Academics, authors, strategists, and ground breaking practitioners stop by to tell their stories.

HRx Big Ideas Radio

Topic & Guest: A Tutorial on Object Models with Naomi Bloom
Episode: 19
Air Date: April 26, 2017

 

 

Guest Bio: Naomi Bloom is one of the most renowned consultants, influencers, and thought leaders in the HR technology industry. She has advised many large corporate clients on their HRM and HR technology strategies and worked with three generations of HRM software vendors and outsourcing providers on everything from business strategy to product/service design.

Today, Naomi acts as a strategic advisor and mentor to selected organizations and projects which advance the state of enterprise class HR technology and its global adoption. Naomi built and maintained the only vendor-neutral HRM object model and implied application architecture “starter kit,” which she licensed and consulted on across the industry. Her work in this area has made a significant contribution to many of today’s best SaaS HRMS and talent management applications as well as to the expertise of today’s best HRMS/TM product strategy and development teams.

For her outstanding work and contributions to the industry, Ms. Bloom received IHRIM’s Summit Award in 1995 and HRN Europe’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015. Ms. Bloom is well-published, including on her blog at www.InFullBloom.us, and a much-sought-after speaker for her thought leadership, presentation effectiveness, clarity of vision, and humorous delivery. She is also one of the most followed HR influencers @InFullBloomUS. Naomi holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and her MBA from Boston University where she is also a Fellow of the Human Resource Policy Institute at Boston University’s Graduate School of Management.

 

 

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