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HRIntelligencer v2.12

On April 3, 2018, in HR Intelligencer, HRExaminer, by John Sumser
“Algorithms become policy. Maybe that’s enough to say. When you purchase an AI product, you are buying a policy that is much harder to change than something in a policy manual. Algorithms become policy that is rigidly enforced.” – John Sumser
 

Gender at Work

On April 2, 2018, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Jason Lauritsen, by Jason Lauritsen
As men, we are often in positions to raise these issues and ensure that our colleagues pay attention. That doesn’t take away from what we’ve accomplished, but it does mean that we must help carry the burden to interrupt this cycle.
 

HRExaminer v9.13

On March 30, 2018, in Editorial Advisory Board, HR Technology, HRExaminer, Jamie Resker, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
For the foreseeable future, smart machines using machine learning and AI will struggle to keep abreast of actual circumstances. Without our help, they will make things simple for us without the real conversations required to reach useful decisions. John Sumser has more in, Treat Your Machines With Respect.


Our visiting performance management expert, Jamie Resker, shares the process on How to Make Pay Decisions Without Annual Reviews and Ratings.


HRIntelligencer Highlights: This week, we focus on the changes and advances in the technology. In particular, the recent Uber crash is likely to slow down the evolution of autonomous cars.


John Sumser speaks with Jonathan Kestenbaum, the Managing Director of Talent Tech Labs. He is a lawyer by education, and an entrepreneur and investor by trade. Listen to Jonathan Kestenbaum on HRExaminer Radio.


On HR Tech Weekly: John and Stacey discuss the 2018 LEHRN Expo. Also, Randstad Sourceright launches “Talent Velocity,” and Ascendify Launches Aspire, an AI-Powered Career Assistant.
 

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #165: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

On March 30, 2018, in HR Tech Weekly, HRExaminer, HRExaminer Radio, Radio, by John Sumser
This week, John and Stacey discuss Stacey’s notes on the 2018 LEHRN Expo. Also, Randstad Sourceright launches “Talent Velocity,” and Ascendify Launches Aspire, an AI-Powered Career Assistant.
 

How to Make Pay Decisions Without Annual Reviews and Ratings

On March 29, 2018, in Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Jamie Resker, by Jamie Resker
Is the question of how to make pay decisions without annual reviews and ratings preventing you from modernizing performance management in your organization? Jamie Resker, our visiting performance management expert, details a process to make this work.
 

HRIntelligencer 2.11

On March 27, 2018, in HR Intelligencer, HRExaminer, by John Sumser
This week, we focus on the changes and advances in the technology. In particular, the recent Uber crash is likely to slow down the evolution of autonomous cars.
 

Treat Your Machines With Respect

On March 26, 2018, in HRExaminer, by John Sumser
“Our machines lack the capability to predict the future as anything other than an extension of the past. That means that their recommended decisions are most useful when they are up to date. So, we have to treat our machines with the respect that we’d accord an old friend.” - John Sumser
 

HRExaminer v9.12

On March 23, 2018, in China Gorman, Editorial Advisory Board, HR Technology, HRExaminer, Radio, Weekly, by John Sumser
  The CEO and HR: Then and Now HRExaminer Weekly Edition v9.12 March 23, 2018   Five years ago, China Gorman identified seven leadership behaviors that HR pros were hoping to see their CEO champion in talent and culture-related areas. China is back with a comparison of how today’s CEOs are performing in, CEOs and […]
 

HR Tech Weekly: Episode #164: Stacey Harris and John Sumser

On March 23, 2018, in HR Tech Weekly, HRExaminer, HRExaminer Radio, Radio, by John Sumser
This week, John and Stacey discuss the IBM Think Conference and Oracle HCM World in Dallas, the Workday and Slack Integration, and the AI-Powered Career Assistant from Ascendify.
 

SINS: Software Is Not Service

On March 22, 2018, in HRExaminer, by John Sumser
“Software as a Service companies suffer stock price declines when they give their customers adequate support. As a result, the hidden costs of SaaS purchases often include additional staff or big consulting contracts.” - John Sumser