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Why Workday is a Top Workplace for Women: Q&A with CHRO Ashley Goldsmith

Workday

It’s been shown time and again that a diverse workforce leads to better decision-making, more creativity, and better business outcomes. There’s been a lot of talk in the media lately about diversity in the workplace, and in the tech sector specifically.

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Highlights of i4cp’s 2018 Conference – Next Practices Now – Day 1

i4cp

Kevin Oakes, i4cp’s CEO, opened day one of the 2018 Next Practices Now Conference with discussion of the disruption gap and several other significant challenges and opportunities facing business and human capital leaders today. Most impressive were his examples of coaching his students, coaching existing companies, and investing in start-up. For example, she used the term ‘new skilling’ the workforce rather than re-skilling as, in her words, it will be a never-ending process.

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This HR Executive of the Year is Transforming IBM

HRExecutive

Standing before a packed ballroom of attendees at the HR Tech Conference last month, opening keynoter Mike Rowe (of Dirty Jobs and Somebody’s Gotta Do It fame) decried the trend of companies requiring college degrees for so many jobs. “I

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This HR Executive of the Year Transformed IBM

HRExecutive

Standing before a packed ballroom of attendees at the HR Tech Conference last month, opening keynoter Mike Rowe (of Dirty Jobs and Somebody’s Gotta Do It fame) decried the trend of companies requiring college degrees for so many jobs. “I

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4 Industry Leaders Share Their Key Takeaways from Talent Connect 2019

Linkedin Talent Blog

So, we turned to a quartet of longtime Talent Connect participants to find out what the major takeaway of the conference was for each of them. Ultimately, one without the other diminishes the benefits of workplace diversity.”. People with equal talent should have equal opportunity.

Transforming Big Blue

HRExecutive

Standing before a packed ballroom of attendees at the HR Tech Conference last month, opening keynoter Mike Rowe (of Dirty Jobs and Somebody’s Gotta Do It fame) decried the trend of companies requiring college degrees for so many jobs. “I

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A new business paradigm

HR Times

Being a “social enterprise” means going beyond a focus on revenue and profit and clearly understanding that we operate in an ecosystem, and all these relationships are equally important. Today it’s as if each C-suite exec (CEO, COO, CFO, CMO, CHRO, CTO, etc.)

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Succession planning and integrated talent management ~ HR to HR.

Strategic HCM

” Isn’t that a great case study, and a lovely example of creating value – structuring the whole organisation around the key people, rather than simply the other way around. Economist’s Diversity conference. Economist’s High Growth Markets conference.