In our multi-part series, Quantified HR, John Sumser shows how HR will increasingly be a quantified sport and files his next Google Glass Field Report, where he tells of the world he’s experiencing through his new lenses. Marc Effron has No Comment, but it’s not what it sounds like. Heather Bussing points out the warning signs in When Companies Stop Innovating. In today’s live HR Examiner Radio show at 2PM Eastern John interviews Bucky Couch, head of the Lumesse Americas region. Enjoy!
Google Glass: “The adjustment period is very rich. I think the transition is one of those mind opening things like getting immersed in a new culture.” – John Sumser
Dive into Five Links, an Engaging Mish Mash of stories that are likely to leave you better off than when you found them. Heather Bussing angles for an Oscar in, When Content Ownership Doesn’t Matter, and warms up for her acceptance speech with a rant on computer angst in, One Minute Remaining. John Sumser discusses the Obamacare website debacle in, The Desire For Certainty, and closes out this issue with his interview of Jeanne Achille, CEO and founder of the award-winning agency Devon. Enjoy!
The winds of change are whispering “Get competent is the ideas of statistics”. It seems like drudgery (just like that coding language you should learn.) Here are this week’s crop of links.
“But mostly, if you tell me one more time that there is “one minute remaining,” and it is really 42 minutes, I will have violent thoughts, and wish horrible things happen to you. Like drive-by bikini-waxing.” – Heather Bussing