Editor’s note: Scary or the saviour of productivity? This article looks at the quantified employee.
Editor’s note: Only 32% of employees use social media for L&D and other stats from recent CIPD research into social media.
Here is Peter Cheese’s keynote to the annual CIPD conference in Manchester.
Editor’s note: Some practical steps to data reporting in HR. Remember: collect what you can usefully analyse.
Editor’s note: Despite the fact the majority of organisations are investing in data analytics tools, this research by Bersin found that only 4% of companies have achieved the capability to perform “predictive analytics” about their workforce.
Editor’s note: Amsterdam plays host to this week’s HR Tech Europe conference, Founder Marc Coleman looks at the HR tech that companies are looking to invest in.
Editor’s note: Thanks @sukhpabial for sharing this. Where to start? Jaw-dropping insights into city culture with insights on status and organisational culture.
Editor’s note: I thought this piece resonated with Donald Taylor’s ideas around moving training out of its ghetto.
Editor’s note: Research by Deloitte looks at what makes a social business and how HR could embed more social approaches to organisational processes.
Editor’s note: A look at how GM is using data to help make the right people-related decisions.
Editor’s note: Bit left field this one but it makes a good point – that social media used as just another communications channel misses the opportunity that this transformational technology brings. A lesson for L&D maybe?
Editor’s note: John Husband re-examines competency models for a networked workforce.
Editor’s note: Economist Insight research into how HR directors can position themselves to take a more strategic role in the organisation.
Editor’s note: A great round-up of HR related blog posts curated by Michael Carty on XpertHR.