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HRExaminer Weekly Edition v5.34 October 17, 2014

There was no shortage of human stories in the sea of technology that converged in Last Vegas last week at HR Tech. The story of John Sumser and William Tincup launching KeyInterval Research. Stories told in Haiku and pictures by Heather Bussing and friends. In every corridor and hall we paraded by each other in a blur of faces, greetings, selfies, ones, and zeros.

This Week's Articles

Introducing Key Interval ResearchIntroducing Key Interval Research
After years of collaborating and experimenting to see what works, William Tincup and I have finally figured out what we want to be when we grow up.
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Computational HR @ HRTechComputational HR @ HRTech
“There’s something else coming and it’s starting to show its head. I call it computational HR.”
– John Sumser
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Data, UnleashedData, Unleashed
The value of data is a function of the combination of specificity and relevance.
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Humans of HR TechHumans of HR Tech
I love Brandon Stanton’s Humans of New York photo project. I wanted to do something similar with images that showed people at work. – Heather Bussing
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HR Tech HaikuHR Tech Haiku
“Tweeting the conference in Haiku was so fun. Here are some of the pictures and poetry.”
– Heather Bussing
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Data HaikuData Haiku
“If you take away the people, then software, data, and analytics don’t really matter.”
– Heather Bussing
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5 Links: Looking at HR Tech5 Links: Looking at HR Tech
Our five+ links is a look back on HR Tech. Some things have changed; others haven’t at all.
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HRExaminer Radio: Episode #71: Heather BussingHRExaminer Radio: Episode #71: Heather Bussing
On HR Examiner Radio John Sumser talks with Heather Bussing, lawyer, professional photographer, and editor of the HR Examiner Editorial Advisory Board.
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"If you take away the people, then software, data, and analytics don't really matter." - Heather Bussing