Top Ten Digitalist Magazine Posts Of The Week [November 23, 2015]

SAP Innovation

On the Digitalist Magazine site, we deliver the top blogs, news, and featured content for professionals looking to grow and gain a competitive business advantage. Each week on the Digitalist Magazine site, we curate and publish the top ten posts of the week from across our content categories.

Reimagine Your Business Model For Exponential Change – 4 Steps

SAP Innovation

We’ve touched on some specific ways these technologies are already impacting businesses and will continue to do so, but now it’s time to look at the bigger picture: how exponential technological change will alter the very foundations of successful business models.

Reimagine Your Business Model For Exponential Change – 4 Steps

SAP Innovation

We’ve touched on some specific ways these technologies are already impacting businesses and will continue to do so, but now it’s time to look at the bigger picture: how exponential technological change will alter the very foundations of successful business models.

Reimagine Your Business Model For Exponential Change – 4 Steps

SAP Innovation

We’ve touched on some specific ways these technologies are already impacting businesses and will continue to do so, but now it’s time to look at the bigger picture: how exponential technological change will alter the very foundations of successful business models. In a marketplace that changes faster than ever, new technologies open new possibilities. Exponential technologies – and the agility and innovation they enable – are changing the way we do business.

‘Mari Kondo’ Your Payroll

NGA Human Resources

This article is also published in the NGA Payroll Magazine, read the full magazine here. . That they are compliant and agile enough to allow you to respond to changing market conditions, legal requirements or respond to company growth requirements.

The Employee Experience in 2019

SocialChorus

The requisite job skills have also changed; companies now require that employees to be well-versed in “deep business and digital literacy” as well as have the “five C’s” soft skills (critical thinking, cultural fluency, collaboration, communications, and change management).

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16 Top HR Influencers You Should Be Following

ApplicantStack

Recruiting, Sourcing, Strategy, Innovation, Ethical AI, Data/Analytics, Search/Match, Lean, Agile, Social Engineering. The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) named HR Bartender one of the top 5 HR blogs. His 2006 book ‘Strategic Human Capital Management: Creating Value through People’ has never been more relevant and should be required reading for any HR director. Bersin writes about global trends in leadership and talent management technology.

Top 10 Employee Engagement Trends in the Digital Workplace for February

SocialChorus

Managing digital transformations. As companies adopt more advanced technology tools, teams, organizations, and working systems will have to change substantially. The HR Trend Institute explains that employee experience will be a big part of that change. Every employer undertaking a digital transformation must figure out ways to implement intelligent workflows, adopt platform approaches, and master data that apply to both consumers and employees.

8 Things to Consider Before Picking an HR Tech Vendor

Ceridian

Beyond delivery, what should talent managers look for? These are all questions talent managers have asked or heard colleagues ask when shopping for new HR technology. Talent managers must look for those that provide other HR and compliance-related services in-house.

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Kellogg Company’s Melissa Howell on The Value of Recruiting Veteran Talent

HR Digest

"Presence in the Present" As a branded company whose success depends on change management, Kellogg Company puts a premium on its internal culture. From a workforce perspective, we monitor and measure key data such as representation, hires, promotions and retention across key demographics as well as the diversity of our people across all areas of the business in succession planning. Melissa Howell: Diversity & Inclusion is essentially about culture change.

5 Tips for Removing Unconscious Bias Towards Female Assignees

HR Daily Advisor

We cannot change what we are not aware of, and once we are aware, we cannot help but change.” – Sheryl Sandberg, COO, Facebook. In order to end the unconscious bias towards female assignees in the workplace, changes need to be put into action. Use Your Data.

Training in a Virtual World: The New Normal

HRExecutive

Research from Training magazine estimates that U.S. Adam Schouela, vice president of product management at the Fidelity Center for Applied Technology, says his group looks at new and emerging technologies and builds proofs of concept to determine potential use cases within Fidelity.

The C-Suite Gets an Upgrade

SAP Innovation

So why, in all our enthusiasm for data-driven team efforts, are we still in thrall to the decades-old mystique of the CEO? By essentially saying that the business and its leader are one and the same, we don’t leave much room for true data-driven strategy. Data-driven decision-making.

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Conference Twitter Primer #SHRM18

HRmarketer

hkemploymentlaw : Hirschfeld Kraemer LLP, helping employers and higher education institutions navigate ever-changing legal landscapes. interchange : Leading expert on the changing workforce & the impact of generational shifts on organizations. CSIPBL : Don’t just change.

6 tried-and-true tips to successfully implement new workplace technology

Insperity

People are usually cooperative when they receive advance notice of upcoming changes at work and are given time to adapt. But, spring a big change on them without warning, and you’re likely to face resistance, complaints and poor results. Often, this type of change makes employees uncomfortable because it disrupts their routines or it’s unfamiliar. Positive feedback allows you to publicize quick wins to continue to build the case for change.

#SAPRadio: A Wild Ride For Finance? The Experts Look Toward 2020

SAP Innovation

Graham, with a panel comprising David Axson, managing director, Accenture Strategy; Bob Parker, vice president, IDC Research; and Birgit Starmanns, senior director for Product Marketing, SAP. You can be a philanthropist, an anthropologist, a data scientist, or a quantitative mathematician, and still become a finance professional. The tyranny of the spreadsheet that David mentioned is not so much just the data drudgery of getting into the spreadsheet. Last in a series.