Big Data with a Soul ~ HR Examiner Weekly Edition v 4.13 March 29, 2013

Feature: Narrative visualization in HR is the discipline of discovering and communicating your fundamental story. In business and HR your story is your framework for decision making and one that relies more and more on insights derived from visualization of your big data.

From our Editorial Advisory Board William Uranga has Developing A New HR Talent and Heather Bussing updates us on Social Media’s Real Legal Issues. John Sumser wraps up this issue with his latest 5-Links piece and the first chapter in a new series on the evolution of HR in Market and Cloister 1.

 
Big DataNarrative Visualization in HR One of the keys to the successful use of insights derived from big data is the visualization of that data. To say that the science is primitive is to overstate the progress we’ve made. Still, the only way to consume big data is through visuals. Read Now »
 
Five Links: Graphic VisualizationFive Links: Graphic Visualization This week, the links all showcase aspects of graphic visualization. Over and over again, you’ll see that you have to have the story before you can have the picture. Read Now »
 
What if HR was Outlawed? by Jason LauritsenMarket and Cloister 1 In general, sunlight is a great disinfectant. But, as the walls of the organization become transparent, what happens behind the walls has too change. What other explanation could there possibly be for things like the Candidate Experience movement. Read Now »
 
Developing A New HR Talent by William UrangaDeveloping A New HR Talent by William Uranga “People have a hard time telling their stories. Yet, it’s critical to gaining support from others or presenting an offer. If your narrative is lacking, know that you’re not alone.” – William Uranga Read Now »
Social Media’s Real Legal Issues by Heather BussingSocial Media’s Real Legal Issues by Heather Bussing “When companies adopt social media, they are usually concerned about people saying bad things about them. Their first instinct is to issue a policy that dictates what people can and cannot say.” – Heather Bussing Read Now »
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