120928 Five Links - by John Sumser - HRExaminer

HR links on HR Trends, Employment Branding and Technology

120928 Five Links

  • Why Don’t Employment Sites Have These Features?
    Jeff Dickey-Chasens is the preeminent expert on job boards, their functionality, marketing and business strategy. Her, he outlines some useful functionality that would improve job board effectiveness and reach. He missed the voice-only option. What if there was a job board that could only be reached thru Siri?
    Ah! What if Siri were a two way deal?
  • The New Engagement Platform …
    Citing a seminal HBR blog post on engagement, Ray Wang is starting to lay out the architecture of the “Engagement Platform”. It’s worth understanding this idea. Wang’s view neglects the employee feedback, learning and performance management aspects of the engagement ecosystem. But, those holes will get filled in. This is what the beginnig looks like. In the long haul, engagement is a conversation about the relationship between employees and customers.
  • Hans Rosling’s 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes
    A five minute video that illustrates how powerful data visualization can be. Who is doing this level of work in HR Analytics?
  • The Social Economy: Unlocking Value and Productivity Through Social Technologies
    This is the single best analysis of the meaning of social technology in business to date.
    “Today, more than 1.5 billion people around the globe have an account on a social networking site, and almost one in five online hours is spent on social networks— increasingly via mobile devices. By 2011, 72 percent of companies surveyed reported using social technologies in their businesses and 90 percent of those users reported that they are seeing benefits.”
  • Big Data and the Cloud Transform HR
    A couple of solid nuggets about big companies who are revising their worldviews with big data. Good introduction to
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