Category Archives: talent management

Musings about ROI for Talent Management Technology Investments

First of all, this is my first attempt at writing an entire blog post from my new iPad, which I love with intensity! Whether that will be true after a few hundred words, remains to be seen. I will let … Continue reading

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Engagement and Behavior

I was reading systematic HR’s latest post (here) about how employee engagement will become more important to HR leaders as an underlying dynamic driving more visible measures of turnover, retention and employee productivity.  I read it about 15 minutes after … Continue reading

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Data or Instinct for Talent Decision-Making? You need both.

I was reading Seth Godin’s latest post (here) about how too much data can cloud people’s judgement, limiting their ability to use faith in decision-making.  This got me thinking about all the time I spend daydreaming about how we can help … Continue reading

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Where Talent Management and IMPACT Intersect!

I have been working closely with two K-12 school district customers that are in contention for a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.  The category?  Improving teacher performance.  In a nutshell, it’s about working with some progressive, large … 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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Report from CUE: Sunday

Sunday is always an interesting day at CUE — it’s a great opportunity to talk to our customers about new products under non-disclosure.  They learn about what we have in development, and we get a valuable opportunity to collaborate with … Continue reading

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It’s all a matter of degree

I’m intrigued by the amount of discussion regarding how the economy is going to impact HCM technology spend in the coming months.  SystematicHR weighed in with a post this week.  Here are a few snipets from my perspective: When a … Continue reading

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The Perennial Fire Drill

You can’t read the paper without hearing about layoffs all over the world. That means that HR leaders are undoubtedly trying to answer the difficult and painful questions about who goes and who stays. And in the absence of integrated, … Continue reading

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The ‘New’ Economy

No one can observe the turmoil in our economy without taking a good, hard look at how it impacts us personally and professionally.  I’ll spare you my version of ‘have you looked at your 401k statements lately?’ (I haven’t.) but … 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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