Performance and Recruiting Management Shootout – Who Won?

Josh Bersin

This year’s shootout focused on the powerful integration (but not well understood or adopted) between performance management and recruiting including the coveted, and often elusive measure of “quality of hire. Industry’s First Integrated Performance and Recruiting Shootout. Four leading talent management suite vendors were included; Authoria, HRsmart, SuccessFactors, and Vurv had 75 minutes to demonstrate.

Transparent Office: In-the-Flow and Above-the-Flow

Transparent Office

» December 26, 2007 In-the-Flow and Above-the-Flow I often hear from wiki champions inside organizations that "Its hard to get people to use wikis" Theres something right about that comment, but also something wrong. They are used intensively by relatively small, well-defined groups ofpeople: a project team, a business unit, etc.

Insiders

Sign Up for our Newsletter

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

The Bamboo Project Blog: We Need More Passion for the Work, Not the Organization

The Bamboo Project Blog

There are core skills and knowledge that are fundamental to me doing my work well and I do what I can to continually update my skills and knowledge so Im the best at what I do. Because Im exposing myself to new ideas, new skills and new knowledge to do my job well, I will bring these things into the organization and be able to use them to always get better at what we do.

The Bamboo Project Blog: My Personal Learning Environment

The Bamboo Project Blog

tools, as well as my ongoing belief in constructivist theories of learning , Ive come to believe that the future of staff development lies in our ability to go beyond structured training to facilitating informal processes and learning experiences that occur on a daily basis. I try when I can to reflect on what Ive done to see what worked well and what didnt. link] [link] [link] Peace, Gayle Posted by: Gayle | April 12, 2007 at 02:48 PM Hi Michelle, thanks for quoting my definition.

Tools 47

The Bamboo Project Blog: Egocentric vs. Object Centric Networks: I Think I Know the Problem With Ning

The Bamboo Project Blog

Things were going well, we had a lot of new members. December 02, 2007 in networks , Ning , nptech , participatory culture , social networking , technology stewardship , Web 2.0 | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Egocentric vs. Object Centric Networks: I Think I Know the Problem With Ning : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

The Bamboo Project Blog: Does Your Introversion/Extraversion Carry Over to Your Online Behavior?

The Bamboo Project Blog

As an introvert myself, I had to agree and pointed out in a comment on her post that I think that the entire practice of blogging, as well as other online social media tools have really been a Godsend for introverts in terms of providing them with a platform for equal expression with the extroverts who seem to rule the "real world." I prefer to know just a few people well. Posted by: editec | December 21, 2007 at 07:05 AM I am ISTP, expressive tho.

The Happy-to-Grumpy Metric

Nobscot

There''s a nice article on metrics in last month''s (June 2007) CFO magazine. The article brought up my favorite financial ratio - the "Happy to Grumpy" ratio which Wells Fargo uses to measure actively engaged employees to the actively disengaged. Says Wells Fargo''s CFO Howard Atkins, We want to measure what drives our results, and that includes team-member engagement.

What Is The Best Pricing Model - Dynamic or Static?

Nobscot

That sounds well An article in the summer MIT Sloan Management Review on dynamic pricing reminded me how much I dislike the concept of variable and negotiable pricing. Dynamic pricing is described by author Arvind Sahay as "where prices respond to supply and demand in real or near-real time." Sahay suggests that dynamic pricing provides a way to "reap higher profits" in every individual sale.

The Bamboo Project Blog: Getting Started with Blogging: Advice For New Bloggers From Bamboo Project Readers

The Bamboo Project Blog

Tomorrow well talk about your advice on how to keep things going. Tomorrow, well take a look at what readers had to say about keeping the blogging habit going. couldnt have come at [Read More] Tracked on November 08, 2007 at 03:59 PM Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post. Maya Norton Posted by: Maya Norton | November 05, 2007 at 11:47 AM Hi Michele, I agree with Maya.

Transparent Office: Whos Afraid of Orphaned Pages?

Transparent Office

» December 28, 2007 Whos Afraid of Orphaned Pages? The contributions are disconnected, so the wiki pages should be as well. Michael - great post, and something I'd been thinking about recently as well. Transparent Office Michael Idinopuloss Blog on Social Software in the Enterprise Home Archives Subscribe « In-the-Flow and Above-the-Flow | Main | Email overload: what went wrong? Whats so bad about orphaned wiki pages?

The Bamboo Project Blog: How I Organize Myself to Write a Blog Post

The Bamboo Project Blog

Obviously my trusty Netvibes is a great source of information, but I also do a lot of reading (books and magazines, as well as online), listen to NPR , and try to just pay attention to whats going on around me. Posted by: Christine Martell | August 16, 2007 at 10:23 PM Some of my blog posts are spontaneous and quick, but many of them take form over hours or days, a little dab at a time. August 17, 2007 at 03:04 AM Hi, I follow a pretty similar process to the one you described.

The Bamboo Project Blog: My Personal Learning Environment Mindmap Revised

The Bamboo Project Blog

And I found Mindomo so useful, Im putting it into my toolkit as well. And stay tuned for Mondays Carnival of Nonprofit Consultants when well see everyones favorite learning resources in honor of back to school. Posted by: David Delgado | September 05, 2007 at 12:49 AM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview.

The Bamboo Project Blog: Organizational Potential=Staff Potential

The Bamboo Project Blog

The Bamboo Project Blog « Reorganizing My Personal Learning Environment | Main | Lifelong Learning in Action » Organizational Potential=Staff Potential Via Doing Well by Doing Good comes a great video in which Seventh Generation CEO Jeffrey Hollender asks a question that all nonprofits should be asking themselves: "How can we expect an organization to reach its full potential if we arent ensuring that our staff are reaching their full potential?"

The Bamboo Project Blog: Five Reasons Why You Need a Portfolio and Seven Reasons Why It Should Be Online

The Bamboo Project Blog

Might as well be driving the train, rather than riding on it. August 02, 2007 in eportfolio , learning , Management , nptech , portfolios , professional development , Tools and Resources | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Five Reasons Why You Need a Portfolio and Seven Reasons Why It Should Be Online : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

The Bamboo Project Blog: The Rise of the Do-It-Yourself Portal

The Bamboo Project Blog

as well as a calendar of events, etc. July 11, 2007 in Collaboration , conferencing , customer service , Educate , knowledge sharing , netvibes , networks , nptech , Pageflakes , Portals , productivity , Strategic THinking , Tools and Resources , Web 2.0 | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference The Rise of the Do-It-Yourself Portal : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

The Bamboo Project Blog: Open Source Bidding and Innovation

The Bamboo Project Blog

As David aptly points out: The difficulty in tendering for complex and challenging projects isthat you know your proposals may well turn out to be inadequate becausetheres no way of figuring out in advance what will work. Posted by: David Wilcox | April 24, 2007 at 06:16 AM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview.

The Bamboo Project Blog: More on Scarcity vs. Abundance Thinking

The Bamboo Project Blog

March 19, 2007 in abundance , Collaboration , Consequences and Incentives , excellence , knowledge management , knowledge sharing , learning , Management , Organizations , participatory culture , professional development , scarcity , Strategic THinking | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference More on Scarcity vs. Abundance Thinking : Comments You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

The Bamboo Project Blog: Blogging for Learning

The Bamboo Project Blog

Online course-management systemsare perhaps the most pernicious in that respect, in part because ITdepartments across the country have made them the primaryteaching-and-learning tool available to faculty members.The problem is not the idea of a course-management system itself — abasic set of tools for content delivery, evaluation, and communication— nor the various uses of such systems, many of which serve theirpurposes quite well. The Bamboo Project Blog « A Seriously Creative Ad!

Tools 40

The Bamboo Project Blog: Organizational Barriers to Using Web 2.0 Tools

The Bamboo Project Blog

February 17, 2007 in 2nd Wave , Educate , knowledge management , Management , nonprofit , nptech , Organizations , professional development , Strategic THinking , Tools and Resources , Web 2.0 | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Organizational Barriers to Using Web 2.0 Emily Posted by: Emily | February 19, 2007 at 09:11 PM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview.

Talent Shortages Hit the Levels of 2007: In-house Talent Development Comes to Rescue

Rallyware for Human Resources

Harter, Gallup’s chief scientist of workplace management and well-being, confirms : “ In good times, employee engagement is the difference between being good and being great. Investments in people’s engagement, well-being, and training are vital for a business to function and prosper. The post Talent Shortages Hit the Levels of 2007: In-house Talent Development Comes to Rescue appeared first on Rallyware.

The Bamboo Project Blog: 5 Reasons You Dont Need Training

The Bamboo Project Blog

They know perfectly well what they SHOULD be doing, so lack of skill isnt their problem. sigh* Posted by: Angela White | June 07, 2007 at 12:25 PM Glad this helped, Angela. Posted by: Michele Martin | June 07, 2007 at 12:46 PM We need to have someone print up bumper stickers and desk top signs that say, "It's Not A Training Problem.":-)

The Bamboo Project Blog: Blogs vs. Listservs: Which is Better for Community Conversation?

The Bamboo Project Blog

I also believe that many well-run blogs operate as listservs in the sense of the two-way conversations that occur. February 16, 2007 in Blogging , knowledge management , nptech , professional development , Tools and Resources , Web 2.0 | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Blogs vs. Listservs: Which is Better for Community Conversation?

Who is working for you today?

SuccessFactors

Well, with an average 20% of the working population (Manpower estimate) working for one company but technically being paid from another -so called contingent workers- the answer is not that obvious anymore. Ask HR to provide a list from the payroll and you should get the answer with reasonable accuracy, – right?

A spoonful of sugar

SuccessFactors

Dion Hinchcliffe, a well-known blogger and thought leader in the Enterprise 2.0 space wrote a post recently in which he talked about the next generation of business software – social, interactive tools easily delivered over the Web – and how they can make a dramatic impact on the hierarchy and culture of businesses. These new […]. Talent Management Employee Performance Management Enterprise 2.0 performance management Software as a Service

Tools 40

Want to succeed in High-Tech? Focus on your customers.

SuccessFactors

But what sometimes gets lost is that this is true not just for B2C firms, but for B2B firms as well. A guest post by Erik Berggren – Director of Customer Results, SuccessFactors. You probably don’t need me to tell you that successful companies are ones who provide products people want. To get a sense […]. SuccessFactors Research HCM Talent in High Tech

Want to succeed in High-Tech? Focus on your customers

SuccessFactors

But what sometimes gets lost is that this is true not just for B2C firms, but for B2B firms as well. A guest post by Erik Berggren – Director of Customer Results, SuccessFactors. You probably don’t need me to tell you that successful companies are ones who provide products people want. To get a sense […]. SuccessFactors Research HCM Talent in High Tech

Six SaaS lessons

SuccessFactors

Well, because they provide their offerings as a service, and so do we. If you’re still debating the merits of Software as a Service there’s an article from The Economist you should read. It’s not about SuccessFactors (though it could be) it’s about Google. Why is an article about Google relevant to SuccessFactors? Thus, many of […]. Uncategorized SaaS Software as a Service

Your Last 5 Zingers (revisited - October 2007)

Transparent Office

Tap into your own deep well of strengths and make sure you bring them to the surface. Going, going… by D avid Zinger. Here is a classic from October of last year. I have 7 posts left for Slacker Manager. What would be the last 5 statements you would voice to other managers if you knew those statements were the last 5 things you could say? This was a very thoughtful and emotional post to write. It builds upon Phil’s post: The 5 things to say at your last team meeting.

10 Great Examples of Workplace Wellness Programs

Rise

Considering the improvements made to the health and well-being of a workplace, and the amount of time we spend at our workplaces, it makes sense to foster workplace wellness programs. As the world of work progresses, one of the signs of a top-notch employer will be the quality of their workplace wellness program. Big or small, all businesses can benefit from some form of a wellness initiative at work. 10 Great Examples of Workplace Wellness Programs.

Premise Health Expands Digital Engagement and Wellness Capabilities through Acquisition of Sonic Boom Wellness

Sonic Boom

Premise Health Expands Digital Engagement and Wellness Capabilities through Acquisition of Sonic Boom Wellness. February 2, 2021 – Premise Health , the largest direct health care provider and an OMERS portfolio company, today announced the acquisition of Sonic Boom Wellness , a leading provider of corporate wellness technology. million members through its innovative Digital Wellness Center. ABOUT SONIC BOOM WELLNESS.

Sonic Boom Wellness Partners with Wellness IQ to Bring Engaging Solutions to Small Employer Groups

Sonic Boom

Sonic Boom Wellness Partners with Wellness IQ to Bring Engaging Solutions to Small Employer Groups. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The world of corporate wellness tends to scoff at small employer groups – groups of 200 or fewer – but at Sonic Boom Wellness , we think they’re just as important as the big ones. That’s why we’ve partnered with Wellness IQ to provide the best experience possible for these “pocket-sized” populations.

Sonic Boom Wellness Partners with iRedeemHealth

Sonic Boom

iRedeemHealth , an industry leader in health-and-wellness incentives and distribution, is pleased to partner with Sonic Boom Wellness to offer its world-class services to organizations who want to incentivize healthy employee behaviors with a seamless integration, as well as significant purchasing discounts on leading fitness devices and wellness products. About Sonic Boom Wellness. Sonic Boom Wellness Partners with iRedeemHealth.

The Bamboo Project Blog: Is An Online Identity Necessary and What Should You Do to Maintain It?

The Bamboo Project Blog

October 05, 2007 in professional development , social networking , transparency , trust | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Is An Online Identity Necessary and What Should You Do to Maintain It? Posted by: Sarah Stewart | October 05, 2007 at 02:31 PM I think there is something related to profession here also. Posted by: Christine Martell | October 05, 2007 at 03:10 PM Great questions.

Studies Suggest Cooling Interest in HDHPs, Wellness Programs

HR Daily Advisor

The surveys consistently found that rates of HDHP enrollment growth have been trending down since 2007—from as high as nearly 70 percent a decade ago according to one survey, to between zero and 12 percent in 2017. Employer adoption of HDHPs is flattening out and wellness incentives are declining outright as employers diversify their approaches to containing health coverage costs, according to a separate study by DirectPath and Gartner. Benefits EBRI employer HDHP Wellness Program

Study 42

Can ‘Worksite’ Wellness Make a Real Difference in Employees’ Health?

HR Daily Advisor

In 1995, the Mayo Clinic opened a wellness facility that was designed to provide members with a wide range of programs and services. In 2007, a brand-new, state-of-the-art wellness facility opened in a new building. The post Can ‘Worksite’ Wellness Make a Real Difference in Employees’ Health? Benefits Employee Wellness Programs