HRExaminer v10.39

Wouldn’t we all prefer a future workplace where our leader’s competence trumps their confidence? Lewis Garrad and Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic tackle this fascinating and important question in their article, Will the future of work expose incompetent leadership?



Did you know that all algorithms and models in AI experience ‘drift?’ Yeah, they wear out! John Sumser exposes the heart of the problem in his article, Maintenance: is The Heart of #AI Utility in HRTech.



As Heather Bussing points out, “Creativity thrives in wide open spaces and impossible constraints. Best Practices are all about playing it safe and avoiding risk, failure, and conflict.” You need to know When Best Practices Don’t Work.



John Sumser speaks with Jeanne Achille the Founder and CEO of The Devon Group and the Chairperson of the Women in HR Tech Summit. This is John and Jeanne’s annual pre HR Tech show where you’ll get a thoughtful preview of the most interesting people and presentations for the upcoming show in Las Vegas. Listen to Jeanne Achille on HRExaminer Radio.



On HR Tech Weekly: John’s Third Annual AI in HR Tech Report and Stacey’s Sierra-Cedar Annual Systems Survey, Checkr, neuvoo, Job Boards, Data Dignity, GDPR, Microsoft, Google, Jaron Lanier, Hawaii, and the upcoming HR Tech Conference.


 

Will the future of work expose incompetent leadership? The answer: not unless we change what we look for.

On September 26, 2019, in Contributing Authors, Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Editorial Advisory Board, Lewis Garrad, by Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
Wouldn’t we all prefer a future workplace where our leader’s competence trumps their confidence? If so, then we need to change what we are looking for, explains Lewis Garrad and Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic. Dive into their highly engaging article on how we can avoid incompetent leadership.
 

HRExaminer v10.38

Dr. Todd Dewett weighs in the right blend of Ambition and Passion at work.



You have a blank page. How would you shape HR if you were Starting Again? Dr. Chris Andrews has some ideas.



There is a Global Movement for Human Resources Standards. Dr. Stefanie Becker and Neil McCormick bring us up to speed.



John Sumser speaks with Don Weinstein who leads ADP’s Global Product and Technology team. Listen to Don Weinstein on HRExaminer Radio.



On HR Tech Weekly: Strategic HR, Ceridian, Workforce Planning, ADP, Oracle, Research, Funding, George LaRocque, Hiring Solved, Indeed, Linkedin, Nextgen HCM, Wisely, and HR Snowflakes.


 

The Global Movement for Human Resources Standards

“ Imagine the potential for productivity improvement, comparison, and collaboration through the application of common terminology, metrics, and recommended processes.” - Neil McCormick
 

HRExaminer v10.37

Abhijit Bhaduri and Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic join us to talk about a better way to hire. They cover known problems in the hiring process like confirmation bias, and the less known, such as How To Hire Great Candidates That Interview Poorly.



Straight talk at work is rare. It may also be the key ingredient that is holding your team back from achieving your goals. Listen up, Dr. Todd Dewett is Making the Case for Candor.



Feedback. It’s a big deal. Until we figure out how do it better, we won’t realize our potential. Jason Lauritsen gets underneath The Reason We Still Fail at Feedback.



John Sumser speaks with Christy Whitehead, the Chief Talent Economist at ENGAGE Talent. Christy leads the development of the science behind ENGAGE’s predictive algorithms and machine learning models as well as the product as a whole. Listen to Christy Whitehead on HRExaminer Radio.



On HR Tech Weekly: The upcoming HRExaminer Report, Sierra-Cedar Survey, LinkedIn, hiQ, Gig Workers, Payroll Taxes, Ceridian, Kronos, and AI.


 

How To Hire Great Candidates That Interview Poorly

On September 9, 2019, in Abhijit Bhaduri, Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, by Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
“Standard interviews accounted for only 8% of the variability in future performance and productivity. In a world where it is still virtually impossible to get hired for any job without going through an interview, this is surely a shocking finding.” - Abhijit Bhaduri and Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
 

HRExaminer v9.42

What happens to your recruitment marketing if you can’t articulate what kind of candidate you need or define the right metric to gauge your effort? Jeff Dickey-Chasins explores the challenges in, Articulating the Problem – or Not?

Mara Swan and Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic write about how learnability is arguably the main antidote to job automation. Read their article, Curiosity, not Data, Will Improve the Image and Performance of HR.

Victorio Milian asks, “I’m Privileged - What Now?” What do organizations do about Privilege?


John Sumser speaks with Jason Lauritsen, a keynote speaker, author, and consultant. Jason is an employee engagement and workplace culture expert who will challenge you to think differently. Listen to Jason Lauritsen on HRExaminer Radio.


On HR Tech Weekly, Slack acquires email app Astro, Microsoft 365 is getting AI-powered suggestions, WalkMe raises $40 million, and PeopleFluent Separates Workforce Compliance and Diversity Division and launches new Learning Suite with Merger of NetDimensions.
 

Curiosity, not Data, Will Improve the Image and Performance of HR

On October 16, 2018, in Contributing Authors, Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Mara Swan, by Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic
“A report presented by ManpowerGroup at the latest World Economic Forum highlighted that learnability, the desire to adapt one’s skill set to remain employable throughout one’s working life, is arguably the main antidote to job automation.”
 

HRExaminer v9.41

“If we had to start again and design the HR profession from a blank page, we wouldn’t start by hoping HR technology could fix the current mess.” - Dr. Chris Andrews. How would you shape HR if you were Starting Again?

We finish up our profiles from the 2019 HRExaminer Watchlist with development based performance management from Bridge by Instructure.

Learn how an approach inspired by Michelangelo could help you create new talent strategies. Read part two of, What Michelangelo Can Teach Us About Talent Strategies.


John Sumser speaks with Laura Bilazarian, co-founder and CEO of Teamable. Laura has worked in high stakes arenas like investment banking, private equity, social enterprise, and rugby (yes, rugby). Listen to Laura Bilazarian on HRExaminer Radio.


On HR Tech Weekly, LinkedIn Builds ATS, Launches New Diversity Insights, and acquires Glint to bolster employee engagement tools. Degreed Introduces Skill Review and Workday announces their “Frictionless” Talent Marketplace.
 

What Michelangelo Can Teach Us About Talent Strategies: Part II

On October 11, 2018, in Contributing Authors, HRExaminer, Kelley Steven-Waiss, Richard Mirabile, Ph.D, by Richard Mirabile, P.h.D
“Simply stated, what we believe influences what we do. With respect to talent potential, if we choose to accept what we see on the surface, then we and those we support may never see the value of what lies hidden underneath.” - Kelley Steven-Waiss and Richard Mirabile, Ph.D