In The Know v1.10 Five links to expand your view of HR. The IT failures blame game (part 1) (part 2) Many IT projects (particularly HRIT) end in complete failure (or a negotiated surrender). The Devil’s Triangle of these projects are the major constituent groups: customer, technology vendor, and system integration consulting firm. Each of […]
In India, Gautam Ghosh was trying to sort out his place in the world. After a series of starts in the hotel industry and pharma sales, he’d picked up an MBA from XLRI school of Business and Human Resources, one of the country’s leading universities, in 1999. While trying to build career traction, Gautam launched his blog in 2002.
Review: Jennifer Government The Five Scenarios project pushed my thinking about the future in a number of directions. Geopolitics, automation, game design, demographics and branding all came to the forefront. Getting a handle on a series of alternate futures is an exercise that stretches the imagination. Along the way, I got into a series of […]
March 5, 2010 HRExaminer v1.09 Spring ERE Expo: Enjoying John’s Five scenarios series? Come discuss the future at ERE on March 17, 2010 at 3:15PM in Recruiting Disruption. Five Scenarios For The Future Of Recruiting VIII: Games | Feature Would you like to play a game? Many adults laugh at the thought /component/page,shop.product_details/category_id,6/flypage,flypage.tpl/product_id,59/option,com_virtuemart/Itemid,44/vmcchk,1/”>buying but we […]
Five Scenarios for the Future of Recruiting: VIII The Games Up at 6am. 15 points. Hit the snoozebar once. Minus 5 points. Brush your teeth for three full minutes. 50 Points (with a bonus from the toothpaste maker). Right sized healthy breakfast. 25 points. Arrive at work on time. 25 points. Attend all meetings on […]
In The Know v 1.09 Five Links to expand your view of HR. Measurement and Games edition Digital Influencer mapping: Who do you need to know online? Our digital influence mapping project uses Traackr, a Boston firm, looking to help HR harness online influece for sourcing, community development and referral projects. This article looks at […]
Top 100 v1.59 Jeremy Shapiro In yesterday’s review of the SHRM HR Standards project, we looked at the interesting effort the professional association is generating. Standards, analytics and metrics are an integral part of the emerging world of global commerce. Jeremy Shapiro, the Bernard Hodes Group (Hodes) senior Vice President at HodesIQ, is on top […]
The SHRM initiative runs significant risk because it is not well promoted. When asked, the project principals all had high hopes for adoption of the standards, once crafted. None seemed to have any idea how that might be accomplished. “Maybe the government will adopt them as standards,” said one. With barely 30% of all HR professionals represented, SHRM will have to aggressively reach beyond its boundaries to have serious traction. It’s easy to dismiss this endeavor. HR has a number of particularly regional characteristics. It’s different between industries. The legal framework is an international maze. Who is on which side of the organizational fence is getting murkier as HROutsouricing and Recruitment Process Outsourcing take firm root. And, those definitions vary by country and region. The problems are big and the potential for dismal outcome is high.
February 26, 2010 HRExaminer v1.08 Last Chance to win an iPad! Reminder: Enter our Blank Slate Challenge to win an Apple iPad – submission deadline Feb 28, 2010 Five Scenarios For The Future Of Recruiting: VII. The Pandemic There are nice scenarios of the future and bleak ones. Both serve a purpose in determining what […]