Knowledge-at-work: Reflecting on knowledge spaces


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Knowledge-at-work: Sharing knowledge - do we know enough?


Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « KmWiki AAR | Main | Mistakes & failures » July 16, 2005 Sharing knowledge - do we know enough? A graphic introduces spatial reasoning, allowingqualitative visual clustering, distance metrics and intuitive affinitymeasures. Posted by: David Locke | July 23, 2005 at 10:27 PM "A network is essential to extend the reach of your sharing."

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Why Employees Appraisal Systems Should Measure Profit Per Employee

AssessTEAM Performance Management

Mckinsey was one of the first to recognize this a decade ago in their landmark white paper, ‘ The new metrics of corporate performance: Profit per employee’. It’s vital that HR teams select performance evaluation software that is designed to output team and employee profitability metrics.

Recruiting Trends 2020 Report: Predictions for the Year Ahead


Hopefully your recruiting team has had a chance to reflect on the past year’s successes, identify areas for improvement and celebrate a job well done together. Once a niche discipline, people analytics has become another well-established function of any human resources team.

10 HR Leaders Anyone in Talent Management Should Follow on LinkedIn


If employee engagement is a useful metric by which to judge a CHRO’s performance, then Becker scores at the top. Founded in Romania in 2005, UiPath is now a $7 billion dollar global organization with a focus on robotic process automation software. “Our biggest asset is our people.”


Three Ways to Lead a Transparent Culture

Great Place to Work

It was very clear how the work I did fit into how well the company performed financially when I could see the big picture,” she said. Yet, from 2005 until just last year, they were not a profitable company. By Lauryn Sargent.

After Years of 3% Increases, Where Have All the Good Raises Gone?

TLNT: The Business of HR

Then create a strategically designed social recognition program in which all employees are eligible to recognize and reward others and be recognized themselves – in real-time – when they’ve contributed to or achieved performance-based metrics.

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Using ‘Time’ To Attract Amazing Employees


The icing on the cake was that many employees locked in for five years, reducing staff turnover as well. Organisations who allow employees to work more flexibly have almost doubled since 2005. They’re vital for retaining great people as well.

Where Have All the Raises Gone?

Compensation Cafe

Then create a strategically designed social recognition program in which all employees are eligible to recognize and reward others and be recognized themselves – in real-time – when they’ve contributed to or achieved performance-based metrics.

Engaging to Earn: 3 Ways Engaged Employees Boost the Bottom Line


p.41) A 2005 organisational psychology study into retail banking branch networks across the UK and Ireland showed that when the average level of employee engagement went up, so did sales. The short version is that an engaged workforce exhibits greater well-being.

The 15 Best Recruitment Methods You Have to Know

Digital HR Tech

IQ testing is, arguably, the most well-validated concept in social sciences. This means that candidates with a higher IQ score will have a shorter ‘time to productivity’, a metric that measures how long it takes a new hire to contribute to an organization.

A Compelling Business Case for Employee Engagement Initiatives

Vibe HCM

The well-researched statistics below will give you great fodder for enlightening the naysayers and turning them into passionate believers in the value of Employee Engagement. One of the most meaningful metrics is specific to the healthcare industry.

Workday Podcast: Building the World’s Largest Collaborative Data Community


During those days you may remember metrics like page views and unique visitors being kind of the gold standard of whether or not a business online was performing. And the reality is those metrics were pretty meaningless. They were just kind of interest metrics, they didn’t tell you how your advertising was performing, how your merchandising was doing. This was just 2005, right? All of is on as well. Hurt : Well, thank you.

3 Steps To Creating Efficiency, In Good Times And Bad


From about 2005 until 2014, upstream producers in the U.S. If your company is doing well, start investing. Find the correct metrics to measure productivity for your business. When you’re in a period of hypergrowth, you get to say “yes” to everything. Can I hire new people? Can we buy some cool new tech? Can we throw a party for our employees? But with all the excitement of rapid growth, efficiency often takes a back seat.

How Data Driven Hiring Trumps Intuition When Building a Rock Star Team

HR Daily Advisor

Some offices worked like well-oiled machines. The offices that hired teams well-matched in these focus areas were successful. I realized I needed a standardized way to place people in offices where they would be well-suited based on their communication, skills, values, and culture.

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Indiana Reduces Recidivism Through Big Data [VIDEO]

SAP Innovation

states in 2005, and the results are alarming. Of the 404,638 state prisoners released in 2005, about two-thirds (67.8%) were arrested within three years, and about three quarters (76.6%) of former inmates were arrested within five years of release. Last April, the U.S.

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Going green and HR’s influence on the environment


In fact, if there's one department that's well-equipped to head up such an endeavor, it's HR. It found a 23 percent increase in volunteerism among 16- to 24-year-olds between 1989 and 2005. In fact, these three corporations were able to save 95,294 metric tons of greenhouse gases in 2014 simply by allowing employees to telecommute. Business leaders may be surprised to hear environmentally friendly practices are excellent employee engagement strategies.

“Work Sucks,” Says Ex-Google HR Head: 6 Tips to Change That

Linkedin Talent Blog

“Work sucks,” says Laszlo Bock —Google’s SVP of People Operations from 2005 to 2016—speaking at the SHRM 2017 Conference. If they’re falling short of that metric, take more time to find the right people, even if the hiring manager says it can’t wait.

The Evolution of Talent Acquisition with GitHub's Maisha Cannon


Additionally, a recruiter with a thirst for knowledge and savvy communication skills will do well across industries. didn’t have a social media presence, but they had name recognition and a well-loved product – that alone was enough to attract a surplus of talent.

The Heartbeat of the Organization

Conversation Matters

3 Cisco’s study of 2000 of their teleworkers in five global regions provided an estimated $277 million in annual productivity savings, and more than 47,000 metric tons of greenhouse gases avoided. 4 These savings brings with them enhanced reputational and brand value for sustainability as well as leading edge HR/talent programs. But distributed organizations bring with them a set of problems as well as benefits.

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