090513 Not Flat Links

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Thought for the Day: The world is not flat. Organizations are not flat. The internet strengthens regional ties and hierarchies. Seth Godin on Tribes This is 20 minutes of video. The nice thing about TED videos is that they make great podcasts. Open his in one browser tab, work in another. The idea is good […]
 

090512 Social Recruiting Links

Thought For the Day The post that started the whole thing. Shannon and Julian are prescient, hard working powers of example. The most important point? “This expectation isn’t set by the type of experience they are used to having on career or internal company sites, rather it is set by the type of online experience […]
 

090511 Daily Links

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Thought For the Day “Design elegance should be a measured component of the candidate experience.” On Top of The Great Recession One look at the unemployment question that compares it to the 1983 Recession. It this guy’s opinion, we ain’t seen nothing yet. Cap and Trade: Who Wins, Who Loses The new program is great […]
 

Mourning The Loss of Context

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Mourning The Loss of Context (May 7, 2009) Sometimes, I think my job is to provide context. My work is built on a foundation of strong beliefs, loosely held. In other words, I try to find frameworks that help make sense of things. I’ll take a stance because it forces a certain range of questioning […]
 

090506 Demographics Links

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Thought For The Day: There comes a time, a level, where all the coaching and training in the world won’t change what is. Key Influencers I’m trying to identify the Top 100 people who influence the shape and content of the HR – HRTech – Recruiting Complex. Please take a moment and let me know […]
 

090504 Driver Links

Thought For The Day: “It is often easier to make progress on mega-ambitious dreams. You have little competition.” Larry Page The Imagine Cup Microsoft is really setting standards for the cultivation of talent and talent pools. The Imagine Cup is a global competition. Explore this. The Power of False Remembering People defend the choices that […]
 

090501 Daily Links

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Thought For The Day: Montaigne‘s axiom: “Nothing  is so firmly believed as what we least know.” Word Cloud for JohnSumser.com E-Sourcing ROI: Searchability vs. Data Depth Boolean Black Belt (B3) does it again. The graphic makes clear where the real value n sourcing is hidden. “The whole point of using information systems to search for […]
 

090430 Misc Links

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Thought For The Day: I really like twitter. That doesn’t mean it’s useful or important. I was also a big Monkees fan. Free Webinar: How to Build a Lean Startup,  step-by-step. Requires advance registration…from O’reilly Are Job Board Resumes Low Hanging Fruit? I like Boolean Black Belt because he tells the truth. One doesn’t pass […]
 

090429 #Socialmedia Links

Thought For The Day:It’s entirely possible that Twitter is an echo chamber that makes adequate assessment impossible. What then? Will we look back and say that the downturn was so terrifying that we lost our minds and acted like twits. 60% Of Twitter Users Quit After A Month …hard to imagine this is good for […]
 

090428 Media Death Links

Thought For The Day: Marriott Corp.’s recent decision to stop delivering the paper to hotel guest rooms won’t affect the numbers until the next reporting period Today’s links paint a picture of the abrupt end of about 80 years of specialized prosperity for the newspapers. Immense fortunes were made and lost by the moguls who […]