Category Archives: SHCM launch

On the HR Technology Shootout…

With many of my waking moments being occupied by the near-manic pursuit of a college short list for not one but two daughters in their senior year, my blogging has fallen off the cliff.  Add to the mix the insanity … Continue reading

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Talent Management Systems: Build them ‘Integrally’

Ok, so I don’t have much credibility in the world of linguistics, but my product strategist, Cecile Alper-Leroux used the word ‘integrally’ to describe our talent management system.  What does it mean?  Building integrally means to create an integrated solution … Continue reading

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Fifteen Minutes of Fame

Well, my fifteen minutes of fame as the headliner for the Bill Kutik radio show have ended with this week’s broadcast featuring Jim Holincheck from Gartner.  Jim never disappoints — lots of great stuff on the show, and it’s definitely … Continue reading

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HR Technology Postscript

Recovery after HR Tech is always a challenge, so I am a few days late in the promised post. The economy took center stage at this year’s conference — put perhaps not for the reasons you might have expected.  I … Continue reading

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HR Technology 2008, Day 2

Day 2 was full of action both in the session rooms and on the show floor.  Overall, the trade show events were well attended and at this point, I’d predict that if we see results worse than last year, it … Continue reading

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HR Tech 2008 Day One

The prevailing theme at the conference this year is no surprise to anyone:  the economy.  Vendors are asking customers about how their purchasing plans might change and talking to each other about possible market scenarios.  But all of the uncertainty … Continue reading

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More SaaS Flexibility than Workday

The chatter around Harry’s comments about SaaS continues — this time it’s the interview of Dave Duffield on Bill Kutik’s radio show. I actually liked the way Dave presented it. The dialogue continues to help me refine my thinking on … Continue reading

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