Thought For The Day:“Don’t be afraid to take a big step if one is indicated. You can’t cross a chasm in two small jumps” David Lloyd George

  • Modern Methods of Data Visualization
    If you want to know what’s missing from the HR-HCM-Recruiting universe, it’s the use of visualization tools. With millions of data elements, we do little to make our searches easier. We seem to like the primitive “burn down the haystack to find the needle” approach. In the not so distant future, the data will be visualized. Here are some examples of how the rest of the world is doing it.
  • organically-grown audiences
    Talent communities usually feel like cattle pens. It’s near impossible to communicate the ways in which next-gen recruiting is different. The question is whether or not a quickly built community can ever feel like home.
  • Golden Age Of Cell Phones
    The future is now. We are on the cusp of an explosion in the utility and functionality of mobile devices. Keep your eyes onRecruit2Mobile and mjob
  • Elizabeth Gilbert: A new way to think about creativity
    Disputing the notion that creativity and suffering are somehow linked. Useful if you create and/or hire-manage creative people.
  • 10 Steps to Getting a Job Using Twitter
    There are more and more pieces like this floating around the internet. Good guide to thinking about Twitter research.

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