Down and Dirty World of Workforce Analytics

Down and Dirty World of Workforce Analytics

May 5, 2012 | No Comments

Tweet As you might have noticed I took a little hiatus from my blog.  It was only (ahem) a couple of weeks right?  Well, worry no longer.  I didn’t fall into a black hole or get kidnapped by mafia drug lords.  It’s been a busy winter for me.  I changed jobs, consolidated 2 households and added a gorgeous 8.5 […]

HR Technology Conference 2011 – You had me at Swirl

HR Technology Conference 2011 – You had me at Swirl

Nov 19, 2011 | 7 Comments

Tweet It’s that time of year again when all of us in the HR Technology business book our airline and hotel reservations and congregate in Chicago for the annual HR Technology Conference and Expo. Wait, did I say Chicago? Sorry, this year the conference was in sunny Las Vegas Baby! Anyway, this post is way […]

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 […]

Psst Consultants – Some Implementation Bid Tips For You

May 16, 2011 | No Comments

Tweet In previous blog posts I gave you some software demo tips for vendors and some software demo tips for customers. This time around I feel compelled to give some tips to Implementation firms on how NOT to bid an implementation project. Assume or act like you are smarter than I am. I can’t believe […]

Is HR Technology Conference Co-Chair Bill Kutik The Old Spice Guy?

Jul 19, 2010 | 14 Comments

Tweet Laurie Ruettimann thinks HR Technology Conference co-chair Bill Kutik is no Old Spice guy.  Or is he? “Hello HR Professionals, look at your HR Technology, now back at me, now back at your HR Technology, now back at me. Sadly, your HR Technology isn’t state of the art like me, but if you stopped […]

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?  […]

Psst Customers – Some Software Demo Tips For You

Apr 7, 2010 | 11 Comments

Tweet In a previous post I gave out some software demo tips for vendors. Since then I have participated in another round of software demos and this time I have some tips for all you customers out there.  Yes, you read that correctly. Customers also needs some tips to get the most out of software […]

SaaS does not require just as much IT support

Mar 17, 2010 | 10 Comments

Tweet On episode 45 of the Bill Kutik Radio show, Bill Kutik interviewed Jason Averbook and Jason Corsello regarding the HR year past and coming up.  During the show the topic turned technical and Bill Kutik brought up the topic of whether SaaS will become the dominant delivery method for HR applications.  In answering the […]

Carnival of HR Mardi Gras Edition

Feb 16, 2010 | 7 Comments

Tweet The Carnival of HR has landed right on the tail of Mardi Gras  so grab a Sazerac or Hurricane and some Jambalaya, pull up a chair and settle down for some fantastic blog posts. As you know, Mardi Gras is a downright fun celebration but sometimes people imbibe a few too many hurricanes and […]

My 2010 Predictions

Dec 31, 2009 | No Comments

Tweet Since @williamtincup over at Starr Tincup did not ask for my predictions for 2010, I guess I will have to blog about them right here on my shiny new WordPress Blog.  Since it is New Years Eve and my brain is now official mush for 2009, I could only come up with 5 (really […]