Is HR Technology Conference Co-Chair Bill Kutik The Dos Equis Man?

Is HR Technology Conference Co-Chair Bill Kutik The Dos Equis Man?

Jul 17, 2011 | One Comment

Tweet   Is the HR Technology Conference co-chair Bill Kutik the Most Interesting Man in the World?  Here are some quotes that describe the Dos Equis man: He once had an awkward moment, just to see how it feels. He co-chairs the HR Technology Conference just because he can. You can see his charisma from […]

Cubicle Mentoring

May 23, 2011 | 2 Comments

Tweet Many companies have formal mentoring programs. These programs help employees find a mentor that can advise them on their career and provide some guidelines for both the employee and the mentor. Some people however do not think they have the skills or the time to be a mentor. The thought of participating in a […]

HRevolution 2011 – By Golly There Was Tech Talk

May 10, 2011 | 2 Comments

Tweet I hope you all had some fun reading my HRevolution spoof-ish blog post hosted over at Paul Smith’s blog Welcome To The Occupation yesterday.  I thought I would actually get serious (who knew that was possible) and write my actual thoughts about HRevolution 2011. Last year’s HRevolution in Chicago was great except that as […]

HRevolution, Blog Hacking and Paul Smith

May 8, 2011 | 2 Comments

Tweet Heeeees Baaaaaaaack.  Bet you thought I had abandoned my blog.  Let’s not use such a strong word as abandon.  How about hiatus or leave of absence or long vacation.  It’s been a whirlwind crazy couple of months but don’t worry, I didn’t forget you all.  To ease you back into my blog posts I […]

Diversity in Recruiting

Sep 15, 2010 | One Comment

Tweet I was following the tweets from the Social Recruiting Summit when I came across this profound tweet from @ewmonster: Such amazing insight in less that 140 characters that I felt compelled to share it with you all. Oh and if you want to follow all the tweets from the Social Recruiting Summit you can […]

Ignore Your SaaS Vendor’s Technology At Your Own Risk

Sep 5, 2010 | 4 Comments

Tweet I read the tweets coming from the Workday Technology Summit on August 23 and was surprised. A couple of the analysts seemed to suggest that Workday should stop talking about its SaaS Multi-Tenant technology approach and focus instead on the business value of the Workday application when they are talking to customers.  While that […]

HR Business Intelligence Apps-Don’t do the kitchen sink method

Jul 11, 2010 | No Comments

Tweet I have read a number of articles and blog posts recently that implore HR leaders to forgo traditional HR Metrics reporting and jump right into providing HR metrics data that tie directly into the metrics and dashboards of the business itself and not just HR.  This is a great recommendation for companies who have […]

HRevolution 2010 – What happened to the Tech Talk?

Jun 21, 2010 | 10 Comments

Tweet Yes I know I am very late in blogging about my thoughts on HR Technology at HRevolution 2010.  I have been staring at this blog post for weeks trying to figure out what to say.  The problem is that I am trying to write about something that well…didn’t happen so I’m giving up and […]

HRevolution 2010 – Dirty Martinis and iPads

Jun 2, 2010 | 5 Comments

Tweet I’m currently sitting on a plane heading from Portland to Denver. The person in front of me has reclined their seat leaving me no room to use my laptop.  Being a good tech guy, I pulled out the iPad I won at HRevolution and am typing this out using the iPad WordPress App. Okay, […]

Still Living In A Flat File Interface World

Apr 20, 2010 | 14 Comments

Tweet Guess what?  The rumor on the street is that HR leads the industry in using the Software As A Service (SaaS) delivery model.  Surveys say that customers still prefer best-of-breed solutions over integrated solutions so that means more HR applications instead of less.  Guess what also is true about many of these SaaS applications?  […]