HRExaminer v.3.18

On May 4, 2012, in HRExaminer, Weekly, by John Sumser
Big Data Isn’t Analytics  ~ HR Examiner Weekly Edition v 3.18 May 4, 2012

HR Examiner Weekly Edition v 3.18 May 4, 2012


Big Data Isn’t AnalyticsBig Data Isn’t Analytics
Monitoring, in the form of process control charts, spreadsheet generated graphics and staff meeting gotcha reports, was the way an enlightened executive ran his business. Progress was a matter of making the line move up and to the right. Cost cutting involved moving it down and to the right.
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Equifax Is a Big Data CompanyEquifax Is a Big Data Company
By itself, Talx was an extraordinary data asset. Imagine that all of the information associated with the 11 services listed above were collected in a single database. If you could figure out how to sort and sift it, all sorts of things would be possible.
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Employment Branding: Where’s the LimitEmployment Branding: Where’s the Limit
The former makes it a marketing question, the latter makes it an HR question. My sense is that differentiation is critical in employment branding, particularly when scarcity is an issue.
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How Technology MaturesHow Technology Matures
New technologies, by definition, begin their lives as untested hypotheses. The ideas make logical sense, but have not been tested in any way. With social media, the rush to deploy has included a number of idealistic ventures that did not work out.
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Social Media Driven ReferralsSocial Media Driven Referrals
When I vouch for your ability to do a job as both a favor to you and a favor from the hiring manager, each of the three of us are bound into a relationship that depends on the others for success.
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