12 Daily Employee Engagement Prescriptions for 2012

David Zinger

Here are 12 prescriptions for Employee Engagement in 2012. Ask yourself if you really need any more data before you engage. Prescription : Repeat daily for the remainder of 2012. Strive for everyday simple, small, and significant actions.

Number 1 – 12 Daily Employee Engagement Prescriptions for 2012 (Five Zingers From 2012)

David Zinger

The top blog post for 2012 from David Zinger – Happy New Year and all the Best in 2013. Here are 12 prescriptions for Employee Engagement in 2012. Ask yourself if you really need any more data before you engage. Prescription : Repeat daily for the remainder of 2012. David Zinger practiced most of these in 2012 and he will develop new prescriptions for early in 2013.

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2012 HR predictions

Achievers

I’m big on surveying the environment, looking at the data, and then figuring out what needs to be done and doing it. Want to know what venture capitalists think is looming large in 2012? Or how about 5 big tech predictions for 2012? In the human capital management world, Josh Bersin has given us the best list of predictions for 2012, found here. I especially appreciate Josh’s take on 2012. My concern is that they won’t see this coming – in 2012 or ever.

The Future of. (February 2012)

Future of Work

And while I don’t have cost data, I have to believe they were less expensive to construct and operate than you might think. Pushing the Limits on Workplace Design. Jay Momet of Leapfrog recently sent me a couple of links to some very “far out” workplaces. The first, Davison International in Pittsburgh, is a series of “fantasy” environments that seem perfect workplaces for product designers (and that's the company's business). One area, called “Inventalot” is a medieval castle.

Workday Rising 2012: Workday Announces Big Data Analytics and Recruiting

Workday

During his opening session, Aneel announced two new offerings, "New Workday Recruiting Application To Transform Talent Acquisition" and "Workday Unveils Big Data Analytics For HR and Finance

What’s Happened/Happening? (April 2012)

Future of Work

OJL is a global learning and development organization serving real estate and facilities management (FM) “end users” with whom OJL engages and cross-shares data, knowledge, experience, and case studies with other occupiers in a confidential environment. And GRID recently announced its first 2012 research project, “Raising the Bar: Enhancing the Strategic Role of Facilities Management.” What issues and challenges are FM managers facing in 2012? Facilities Fusion 2012.

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What’s Happened/Happening (March 2012)

Future of Work

OJL is a global learning and development organization serving real estate and facilities management (FM) “end users” with whom OJL engages and cross-shares data, knowledge, experience, and case studies with other occupiers in a confidential environment. And FM-GRID has just announced its first 2012 research project, “ Raising the Bar: Enhancing the Strategic Role of Facilities Management.” What issues and challenges are FM managers facing in 2012? Facilities Fusion 2012.

Do You Fear the Data?

NoExcusesHR

Hey Mike , I loved your last #NoFearHR post about the critical role data plays in any social media strategy ( or any meaningful strategy for that matter.) I''m back from a fantastic week away and realized that one of my downfalls about the use of data played out every day last week.I

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That Dirty Four Letter Word – DATA!

HRchitect

Let’s take a look at data and the impacts a four letter word can have on your system(s). Data quality is affected by the way it is entered, stored and managed. It all comes down to… Data, Data, Data. Have we extracted data from each of the above sources?

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Number 4 – Ten Stops for Employee Engagement (Five Zingers From 2012)

David Zinger

Number 4 of the top 5 blog posts for 2012 from David Zinger. Stop believing you need more data to begin. Please come to a complete stop before proceeding… Stop waiting for a magic moment to engage. Stop mistaking engagement as someone else’s job or responsibility. Stop conceptualizing engagement as a problem to be solved. Stop searching for a stronger business case for engagement. Stop thinking of employee engagement as an extra.

The 80% Blind Spot: Are You Ignoring Most of Your Organization’s Data?

Ultimate Software

Decision-makers love data. In fact, in the sixth annual “ Big Data Executive Survey ” representing senior executives from 57 large corporations, 99% of responders reported transitioning to a more data-driven culture and a full 97.2% had invested in Big Data and AI initiatives.

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The Three Eras of Knowledge Management

Conversation Matters

When faced with complex issues our inclination is to collect more data, survey, or assign a task force to conduct interviews; when what is needed is a new way to frame the issue.

Effective Recruitment Strategies, Part 2: Looking at the Data

Peoplefluent

Tuesday, December 4, 2012 :00am. Effective Recruitment Strategies, Part 2: Looking at the Data By Lisa Harpe. In the second of our three-part series, we explore ways to analyze your recruiting source data.

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The Top 35 Online MBA Programs

TheHRBlog

The 2011 GMAC Application Trends Survey reports overall MBA applications are still on the decline, a trend that began in 2009. Over half of participating full time programs received fewer applications than the previous year. Such declines in full and part-time study are expected throughout a recession, but one interesting finding from the report is […].

Pay Equity and Big Data: Workforce Analysis with HR Software

Peoplefluent

Thursday, April 19, 2012 :00am. Pay Equity and Big Data: Workforce Analysis with HR Software By Jim Bowley.

Corporate Executive Board acquires SHL: Heating Up the Market for HR Services and Data

Bersin with Deloitte

The post Corporate Executive Board acquires SHL: Heating Up the Market for HR Services and Data appeared first on Bersin by Deloitte. Today Corporate Executive Board (EXBD) announced the acquisition of SHL, the world's largest provider of talent assessment solutions. The stated purpose of this acquisition is to create "the world's foremost source of insight on the measurement and management of talent." " There are many interesting dimensions to this acquisition.

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Forget Policies and Paperwork — the 5 Things Business Leaders Really Want From HR

Reviewsnap

Human Resources can deliver tremendous value by providing best practices in performance management , acting as the gatekeeper of cultural development trends, and providing relevant analytics and quantitative data to help managers gain efficiency and make better decisions. February 2012.

Why Knowledge Management Didn’t Save General Motors: Addressing Complex Issues By Convening Conversation

Conversation Matters

In a small group each participant can not only offer his or her own thinking, each can ask others to clarify their meaning, elaborate on what someone else has said, challenge an idea, and offer data to support his/her own position – in other words, a small group can have a conversation.

Flashy HR Tech is in store for 2012 but will it be useful tech?

Achievers

For folks who harken to the day when you had to go to a dedicated computer terminal to get HR information (or, dig through stacks of files and archive boxes), 2012 looks to be another brutal year of technological advancement in the HR software space. And 2012 will see more hit the market in the HR software space. From someone who has typed a blog post on a mobile phone (yes, a 650 word post on a touchscreen phone), you do not want to be inputting data.

Are On-line Discussion Forums Conversations?

Conversation Matters

Conversation is a topic I often present about. On those occasions I am frequently asked, “Do you consider on-line discussion forums conversation?” I usually fumble and hedge my answer.

Melcrum Summit: Re-engineering Internal Communication for Agility.

Strategic HCM

Wednesday, 8 August 2012. ▼ 2012. London 2012 – taking a sickie / playing the game. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Bio-Contact. Consulting. Speaking. Writing. About-HCM. Welcome. Welcome height=200 id=Image1_img src=[link] width=220/>. Connect with me. Jon Ingham.

Blowout Quarter at LinkedIn: Now the Talent Acquisition Machine (+Slideshare)

Josh Bersin

Sourcing and Recruiting big data bigdata linkedin shl slideshareAnother amazing quarter from LinkedIn: revenues of $188.5 Million, up 101%, with the “hiring solutions” business now driving $106 Million or 54% of company revenue. LinkedIn’s. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management.

Your Smart Goals Aren’t Smart Enough — 3 Ways Your Goals Can Be the SMART-EST

Reviewsnap

E stablish a baseline: For each goal, use objective data to establish a stake-in-the-ground metric to measure and compare performance over time.

BigData in HR: Why it’s Here and What it Means

Bersin with Deloitte

As companies shift their core systems to the cloud, more and more people-related data becomes available. This, coupled with the tremendous focus on BigData in the technology sector, has created a huge focus on data driven decision-making. The talk about BigData is getting louder by the minute. Why Analytics is Coming to HR If you […]. The post BigData in HR: Why it’s Here and What it Means appeared first on Bersin by Deloitte.

FedEx delivers on employee recognition in a BIG way!

Kazoo

Instead, HR is tasked with constantly improving programs through surveys and intensive data analysis, training managers on how to spot positive behaviors, and ensuring that company-wide recognition programs continue to align with business initiatives. It can be said that recognition means most coming from the people who are impacted by the behavior, but more often than not, administering and maintaining a recognition program falls on the shoulders of HR and management.

More Workers with Autism Entering Workplace

45 Things

Walgreens’ performance data finds that those with autism and other disabilities who work at company distribution centers performed as well as other workers, had lower turnover and required only minimal, inexpensive accommodations. Autism is a subject that often promotes a great deal of debate.

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Communicating Human Capital Value to Shareholders and Stakeholders

Peoplefluent

Thursday, December 20, 2012 :00am. Do you have a data-driven, consistent approach to communicating human capital value to shareholders and stakeholders? Communicating Human Capital Value to Shareholders and Stakeholders By Doug Ring.

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What the Splunk IPO Says about BigData in HR

Josh Bersin

Splunk, a company that uses BigData technology to analyze huge amounts of customer and transaction data, just went public with a valuation at 28X revenue ($3.2 BigData is Big News. billion). Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management. Business Trends HR Systems Talent Strategy ADP bigdata mercer Oracle Saba SAP splunk successfactors SumTotal taleo towers watson workday

Systems of Engagement vs. Systems of Record – About HR software, design… and Workday

Bersin with Deloitte

They have to be "correct" and "integrated" so all data is consistent. There's an ongoing discussion in the enterprise software world about "systems of record" vs. "systems of engagement." " Which do you have? "Systems "Systems of Record" are the ERP-type systems we rely on to run our business (financials, manufacturing, CRM, HR). And they were traditionally […].

The Business Case for Talent Management: Steve Ballmer Agrees

Josh Bersin

If you are trying to build a business case for a corporate talent management program, here is some astounding data: Of the 700+ organizations we studied in 2010 and. Talent management makes money. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management. Business Trends Talent Management microsoft

Take the Drama Out of Compensation — Strategies for Honest Communication with Employees About Pay

Reviewsnap

Measure performance so you have data to support compensation decisions. Negotiation strategies indicate that when both sides work together to share information, both parties come out better. When you hide information or believe the other party is hiding something, both sides come out with worse deals than if they had been honest. Yet, it’s in our nature to think we’re leaving something on the table. Then again, just bothering to ask for a raise can get you nowhere (or a knee in the groin).

How to Disaster-Proof Your Electronic Data

Insperity

Business owners usually think about mapping an exit route in case of fire or a having a contingency plan in the event of a tornado, but rarely consider what might happen to their electronic data in such dire circumstances. Legal documents, employment records and client data are all typically housed on a disc, hard drive or online environment. As such, it is imperative to ask yourself if your digital data could weather an unforeseen storm. “My biggest asset is my data.

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How Can I Manage Them if I Can’t See Them?

Future of Work

My experience, backed up by hard data, shows over and over again that remote employees are much more productive, and more engaged, than their peers who have to be in the office every day. Copyright 2012 by The Future of Work.unlimited. Jim Ware. I am frankly getting tired of hearing it: “How can I manage them if I can’t see them?”.

Effective Recruitment Strategies, Part 1: How Did You Hear About Us?

Peoplefluent

Wednesday, November 7, 2012 :00am. In this first installment of our three-part series, we examine the issue of data collection. But you need good data for meaningful measurement. Effective Recruitment Strategies, Part 1: How Did You Hear About Us? By Lisa Harpe.

You’ve Got to Know the Territory

Future of Work

As we look ahead to 2012 each of you is faced with enormous pressure to perform day-in-and-day-out (on multiple dimensions) while simultaneously designing and driving numerous change initiatives. These comments are directed at what I call “operational managers.”