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6 Skills Every HR Technology Leader Must Develop Starting in 2017

Visier

The disruption to how we work has been just as profound, and it has led to changes in the very nature of work and the skills that the HR Technology Leader of the future will need. These are the six skills HR technology leaders must develop today in order to succeed in the future: 1.

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The Rise of the People Strategy Platform

Visier

This was a key takeaway from a summit of HR leaders and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) experts, who met to discuss the future of HR and the trends shaping it. Create value through HR. HR’s role is not simply to translate business strategy — but to drive it.

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HR Vendors Are Discovering Small Businesses

TLNT: The Business of HR

Ten years ago when I spoke to HR technology vendors, they all said they were hoping to reach the CHRO of a Fortune 500 company. That’s all very well, but I was a bit concerned that every single vendor was going after the same 500 people. HR Trends HR technology

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Your HR Strategy May Involve a Reduction in Headcount

HR Soul

For many HR professionals, the first week of January is the beginning of a very busy period depending on when your fiscal year begins. It also usually represents the beginning of your annual HR strategic plan. Human Capital Trends – Same Message, Different Year.

10 Must-Watch Presentations From the i4cp 2016 Conference

i4cp

The i4cp 2017 Conference is fast approaching! A whopping 100% of attendees ranked the conference, which is always closed to vendors and consultants, as a great place to network with other HR, talent, and learning leaders, and three-quarters said it offers "superior networking opportunities."

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10 Must-Watch Presentations From The i4cp 2016 conference

i4cp

The i4cp 2017 Conference is fast approaching! A whopping 100% of attendees ranked the conference, which is always closed to vendors and consultants, as a great place to network with other HR, talent, and learning leaders, and three-quarters said it offers "superior networking opportunities."

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