July, 2010

Leveraging Collective Knowledge: NASA’s Constellation Program

Conversation Matters

Every organization has the problem of how to save the knowledge it has created, but after the cancelation of the Constellation program (CxP), NASA has that problem in spades.

How to Blog When Your Industry or Occupation Isn't Into It

The Bamboo Project Blog

Rosetta Thurman, one of my favorite blogging professionals, posted an excellent post the other day-- 10 Reasons Why Every Young Professional Should Have a Blog. It was, as always, a thoughtful, compelling post with some great reasons for blogging that she she picked up from her Twitter network.

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How People Learn: It Really Hasn’t Changed

Josh Bersin

Over the last several months I have been in many meetings with HR and L&D professionals talking about the enormous power of formalized informal learning. As we walk through out enterprise. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management. Learning Culture Learning On-Demand Learning Programs

6 Tips for Getting More Rest at Work

45 Things

I once was in a museum and watched a guard cross his feet and arms, lean back against a wall -- and go sound asleep. I couldn't believe it -- surely he was just resting his eyes? But then I heard the unmistakable sounds of soft snores

ABCs of Data Normalization for B2B Marketers

Data normalization. It’s not a far stretch to suggest that the topic isn’t exactly what gets marketers excited in their day-to-day workflow. However, if lead generation, reporting, and measuring ROI is important to your marketing team, then data normalization matters - a lot. In this eBook, we’ll break down the ins and outs of data normalization and review why it’s so critical for your marketing strategies and goals!

Emmy Awards Chooses ReviewSNAP™ As Its Performance Management System

Reviewsnap

ReviewSNAP™, the premier Web-based performance management system, announced today The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has selected the ReviewSNAP Performance Management System as the tool it will use to strengthen its commitment to high levels of staff performance and engagement.

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Should I Ask for a Job Interview?

Evil HR Lady

I'm doing an out of town job search and the recruiter from one of my target companies finally called me to schedule an interview. I am paying for my own plane ticket to get to the interview. This is a large hospital so they have

More on Blogging When Your Industry Isn't Into It

The Bamboo Project Blog

The other day I posted on how to blog when your industry or occupation hasn't embraced the whole social media thing. Today I ran across a great article on 15 Practices to Deepen Human Connection and Engagement Online that I think are a nice complement to some of my previous suggestions. Some of these ideas include: Ask people for advice and favors. People like to help. . Helping others gives them a sense of autonomy and choice, which is a reward to the brain.

Talent Management Systems: Market Update

Josh Bersin

The talent management systems market continues to grow and consolidate at the same time. With a busy summer and lots of time spent on Learning Culture and other topics, I have not had time to talk. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management.

Is Using Social Media at Work a Good Idea?

45 Things

Facebook announced this week is has 500 million users. And not one of them ever, ever, ever uses it at work. At least, that's what some employers would like to believe. But the truth is, employees do use Facebook at work. They Twitter

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Scaling the Digitally-Ready Workforce

The digital future will require a new set of skills, behaviors, and ways of working, but most organizations have not defined the critical competencies needed to compete in an age of disruption and do not have a process in place to assess digital readiness in their own people, a new Aon study finds. For HR leaders, the continuous state of disruption requires a new, more flexible approach to workforce planning and development. Download the full report, which shares insights from 1,551 senior business executives, HR leaders, and employees from around the world, to learn the 5 key insights and the steps your organization can take to transform your approach to people, jobs, and rewards to thrive in an uncertain digital future.

Ruined in a Day

True Faith HR

You remember this guy, don''t you? Bueller? Bueller? Yes, it is Ben Stein.actor, former speechwriter for Nixon and Gerald Ford, true renaissance man. Well, when he is not pitching Clear Eyes or FreeScore.com, he is writing detailed economic screeds.

5 Ways To Build Trust (Lessons from a Conversation)

QAspire

One of my friends recently joined a new organization at a senior position. When we met over a cup of coffee a few days before his joining, he mentioned to me that his primary challenge would be to build trust

Well, You Can Always Pull a Tinkerbell.

Working Girl

Last time I was in the US I bought the movie Tinkerbell on sale at Target and recently watched it with my daughters. The basic story is that Tinkerbell is a Tinker fairy, which means she''s supposed to make useful things for all the fairies in fairy land. However, she''s frustrated and bored with the dull, repetitive work and decides she wants to be an elemental fairy. An elemental fairy is a fairy that works with the elements, such as nature, wind, animals, etc.

Virtual Career Fair Lessons Learned: Implementation

The Bamboo Project Blog

In a previous post , I shared some lessons learned in planning for the virtual career fair we piloted in the spring with several Pennsylvania counties. Today I'm going to share some lessons we learned during implementation. Make presentations more interactive and visually interesting --While a few of our presenters had some experience in presenting online, most did not.

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Why Smoking Costs Employers More Than They Realize

Your employees are smoking, and at a cost of $7,000 per year for each employee who smokes, that adds up - fast! This free report will show you how an effective cessation program pays for itself.

Where have the jobs gone? A new downturn or clouds before the sun?

Josh Bersin

This week we learned that the economy only added 83,000 jobs and more than 2 million people left the labor force in the last year. While there is some job growth, it is so slow that one. Bersin & Associates, Leading Research and Advisory Services in Enterprise Learning and Talent Management.

On the Job by Anita Bruzzese: Treating Job Candidates Badly: Why.

45 Things

Everyone has a bad interview story. Mine is that on a hot summer day I took a subway, an (un-airconditioned) bus and walked five blocks in high heels and a suit to a job interview only to have the hiring manager tell me there wasn't a

My Boss Sexually Harassed Me After Work

Evil HR Lady

Dear Evil HR Lady, I'm a female in my mid-thirties. Last week I went out with my colleagues and we all consumed a ridiculous amount of alcohol. My attractive, married, Vice President was there and once we got to talking, things turned

Hidden Costs 25

QAspire

As a business leader, if you think “costs” are only the ones where you spend real money, think again. Have you ever realized the costs of: having an inefficient leadership team? setting wrong examples? not treating people well

100% Remote Onboarding: Group Demonstration

Speaker: David Secunda, CEO, WorkBright

Join WorkBright on Thursday, June 24th to get a first hand look at how a 100% remote onboarding process works using their system. They'll cover a few of the new COVID-19 related legislation changes and how they can be easily facilitated with their platform.

Future of Work Agenda Newsletter: July-August 2010

Future of Work

This is the July-August 2010 issue of our free monthly newsletter, Future of Work Agenda. We welcome comments on any of these articles. You can also access the newsletter directly on our website, at this link. By the time you read this newsletter it will be almost August, followed closely by September. Where did the summer go?

Thank You from ReviewSNAP

Reviewsnap

To All Who Visited Us at the SHRM Conference: I want to thank you for stopping by our booth at the SHRM conference in San Diego and hope you had an enriching and rewarding experience at the conference. We are honored to have been a part of such a well managed and respected event. Our booth was extremely busy and we hope we were able to answer all of your questions and provide all of the information you were looking for.

New Generation

Working Girl

I was troubled by a recent NYT post American Dream is Elusive for a New Generation. Meet Scott Nicholson, a recent college graduate who lives with his parents and has spent the last five months researching and applying for jobs.

On the Job by Anita Bruzzese: Can Your Workplace Survive if You.

45 Things

Did you know that the world will fall apart if you take a vacation this year? That's right – stop spinning on its axis. The oceans will run dry and the birds will fall by the thousands out of the trees. OK, that sounds ridiculous

Get a Better Handle on Your Remote Workforce

During these uncertain times, more employees are working remotely than ever before. Form I-9 completion for remote employees can be particularly challenging for HR teams. Download this eBook from Equifax Workforce Solutions to help navigate offsite Form I-9 compliance.

Unemployed? Try Brushing up on Your Math Skills

Evil HR Lady

You need a job. Try getting one that requires unpopular skills. Because sometimes it really is about what know. Unemployed? Try Brushing up on Your Math Skills

Taking a “Project View” of Improvement and Change Initiatives

QAspire

Yesterday, over a cup of coffee, my friend asked me about my first book and what was my approach towards writing it. I said that I took “project approach”. This lead to an immediate realization that everything we do is a project

Dream Attack

True Faith HR

One of my favorite television shows over the last few years has been "Curb Your Enthusiasm." The "protagonist," Larry David, always finds himself in socially awkward positions, where he usually exacerbates the situation to comic effect. There is even a Facebook page titled " What Would Larry David Do? " I found myself in a Larry David-esque situation my self traveling back from the SHRM Annual Conference (shameless self promotion - read the blog here ) in San Diego.

Choose SaaS Vendors That Secure Data Better Than You Can

Workday

The Workday customer panel had barely started the discussion when the first hand shot up from the audience. Those attending the recent event were CIOs and HR managers wanting to learn more about Workday and its SaaS offerings. It’s not surprising the first question was about data privacy

How to Keep Employees Engaged and Connected in the New Normal of Remote Working

Speaker: Elena Valentine, CEO, Skill Scout

The way we conduct work has completely changed. Before the pandemic, remote working or a few work from home days were allowed for certain employees. Now, remote working is our new normal. We have had to align our business to make sure that our employees are productive and have the necessary resources to succeed. But, did we make sure that they still feel connected with the rest of their team? Join Elena Valentine, CEO of Skill Scout, to learn how to make employee engagement a top priority even when everyone is working remotely.