HRExaminer v12.04

This video from John Sumser covers his Q&#38A talk on AI and Intelligent Tools in the HR and Recruiting space in the times of the coronavirus pandemic. Spoilers: it’s probably not what you would expect. Watch, Q&A on AI and Intelligent Tools with John Sumser.



John Sumser writes, “Machines are incapable of seeing things that aren’t measured.” This can be a bad thing. The Uncoded Bias in AI Hiring.



Paul Hebert asks us to please Stop Measuring Employee Engagement (there’s something better).



Doug Shaw, writes, “Change can be hard, and the process of exploring how we do things differently needs to acknowledge this.” The language of change: an antidote for stress that stifles thinking, feeling, and doing.



If you’re Caught in the Chorus of Talent then you’re missing the big picture on attracting talent. Listen to the full chorus from Susan LaMotte.



 

The language of change: an antidote for stress that stifles thinking, feeling, and doing

On January 21, 2021, in Coronavirus Pandemic and Work, Doug Shaw, Editorial Advisory Board, by Doug Shaw
“Change can be hard, and the process of exploring how we do things differently needs to acknowledge this. The language of change can be an antidote for stress that stifles thinking, feeling, and doing.” - Doug Shaw
 

HRExaminer v10.61

On HR Tech Weekly: Stacey Harris and John Sumser discuss this week’s big announcement of Cornerstone OnDemand entering into an agreement to acquire Saba. Plus, GitHub for Data, Google to Close AI accountability Gap, EU introduces AI strategy, iCIMS Names Steve Lucas CEO, and Gartner has six Trends for CHRO’s that will impact the future-of-work.


Doug Shaw explains how missed opportunities in training are often a matter of Degrees of Separation.



Want to improve candidate experience? Change your Process. Read more from Felix Wetzel.



Dr. Todd Dewett shares three examples of fundamentally flawed - yet common - organizational practices. Question Your Unquestionable Truths.



John Sumser speaks with Tracey Burns, Senior Analyst, at OECD in Paris where she heads Innovative Teaching for Effective Learning, 21st Century Children, and Trends Shaping Education. Listen to Tracey Burns on HRExaminer Radio.



Degrees of Separation

On February 24, 2020, in Doug Shaw, Editorial Advisory Board, by Doug Shaw
If you’re in the business of commissioning and delivering training, this article from Doug Shaw could help you avoid training experiences that end up as missed opportunities.
 

Does Productivity Kill Creativity and Innovation?

On December 10, 2019, in Doug Shaw, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, by Doug Shaw
“Creativity is messy at times, it is unpredictable, and relies on curiosity, patience, persistence and more. If you want to deploy it in your work — start with the curiosity.” - Doug Shaw
 

HRExaminer v10.33

Doug Shaw writes, “Change can be hard, and the process of exploring how we do things differently needs to acknowledge this, seeking clarity and inclusion as ways of engaging people in the process.” The Language of Change: Who Is It For?


Great companies follow their customers to the value. John Sumser explains How Google Converted Joy Into Long Term Customers.


Less is More with Performance Management. “Think of excessive performance management vehicles as bureaucracy you need to reduce.” - Dr. Todd Dewett


Find out why Jason Lauritsen thinks Performance Ratings are Harmful.


On HR Tech Weekly: John’s A.I. Flywheel, Sierra-Cedar Survey Updates, ADP Advertising Services, Guidespark, Virgin Pulse, and Limeade, Perceptyx Receives Investment from TCV, Lowe’s Spent Billions On Share Buybacks and Zero On Severance For Laid-Off Workers, and Google’s Jobs Search Draws Antitrust Complaints From Rivals.


 

The Language of Change : Who Is It For?

On August 13, 2019, in Doug Shaw, Editorial Advisory Board, by Doug Shaw
“Sometimes we overcomplicate things, and that’s not OK. One way of helping to mitigate that is to pay attention to the language of change, to make it clear, inclusive, and when possible, uncomplicated.” - Doug Shaw
 

HRExaminer v10.25

Instant Talent Analytics is a new technique that can provide an assessment of an individual without requiring the individual to take a test. Tom Janz has more. Instant Talent Assessment Appeals. But does it work?


Doug Shaw writes, “Open Space Technology is a very liberating, loose framework within which to convene dialogue.” Zenzine: Different Ways of Recording our Thoughts.


It is a new flavor of Research and Development for a new flavor of software. John Sumser explains that It’s Not AI, but it is a Wonderland of Experimentation.


Machine learning and AI will struggle with complex environments. Without our help, these tools will make things simple for us without the real conversations required to reach useful decisions. John Sumser has good advice: You Better Treat Your Machines With Respect.


On HR Tech Weekly: iCIMS Acquires Jibe, Salesforce.com’s Tableau Acquisition, and BetterUp Raises $103 Million to Humanize Work.
 

Zenzine: Different Ways of Recording our Thoughts

On June 18, 2019, in Doug Shaw, Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, by Doug Shaw
Doug Shaw is exploring Open Space Technology, a liberating framework within which to convene dialogue. Doug shows examples from Open Space events discussing: The Future of Learning Technologies, The Arts in his local borough, and Mental Health.
 

HRExaminer v10.16

Doug Shaw recently spotted a tweet from his friend Trish McFarlane. Trish wrote, “Just thinking out loud ~ increased #productivity is good, but does it kill time for #creativity? That got Doug thinking and pretty soon he was Finding His Way through Creativity and Innovation.


“Bias is always an issue with Intelligent Tools because the machine learning systems only know what they are taught.” Heather Bussing covers Legal Issues in AI with Bias and Discrimination.


Dr. Todd Dewett shares three great examples of fundamentally flawed - yet very common - organizational practices. Read more in, Don’t Ignore The Obvious.


John Sumser speaks with Jim Stroud from ClickIQ. Jim is an expert in sourcing and recruitment strategy where he has worked with firms like Microsoft, Google, MCI, Siemens, and Randstad Sourceright. Listen to Jim Stroud on HRExaminer Radio.


On HR Tech Weekly this Week: SAP Innovation Lab, ADP, HR Path, Learning Technologies Group, Breezy HR, O.C. Tanner, Kwench, 360Learning, and LumApps.