The CYA Report E67: HR Tech Conference Preview [PODCAST]

Cara Lucas Conferences, CYA Report, HR, HR Tech, Innovation, Kris Dunn, Podcast, Steve Boese, The HR Profession

It’s that time of year, people. It’s time for the best show in the talentsphere, and we’re here with HR Tech Conference co-chair, Steve Boese, to preview a little bit of what this year’s HR Tech conference has to offer attendees. This conference isn’t just about HR. It’s not just about technology, either. It’s about people coming together to figure out …

How Smartphones Are Dumbing Down Your Company

Andy Porter Andy Porter, Communication, Culture, HR (& Life!) Advice, HR Tech

It pains me to even write the headline for this blog. But the truth is, the technology that’s made work more efficient and connected us in ways that we never thought possible is the same technology that’s dumbing us down. Don’t believe me? Put your smartphone down for a minute and take a look around you. Riding the train? What …

Three Trends From The Human Resources Electronics Show

Steve Boese Audacious Ideas, HR, HR Tech, HR Technology, Steve Boese

The Consumer Electronics Show, or CES—which is the largest and most important trade show and exhibition for the electronics, computing, and communications industries—was all over the news last week. I am sure, even if you are not at all interested in the latest new gadget, electronic toy or just how massive the new largest high-def TV in the world is, …

Would You Sign This Petition? STEM, SHRM and the Body of Knowledge

William Tincup Audacious Ideas, Change, Good HR, HR Technology, Science, Trench HR, William Tincup

This is going to sound crazy. Wait for it… wait for it… wait for it… I want to change HR. Seems a bit premature… story of my life. (We’ll have to delve into that with another blog post.) When folks outside of the ecosystem of HR think of HR, they think of: Personnel and Staffing Compliance People People That’s about …

What If

William Tincup College Recruiting, Culture, Good HR, HR Tech, HR Technology, HR Vendors, Innovation, Mobile Recruiting, Recruiting, Resumes, Social Media, Social Recruiting, William Tincup

From time to time I like to think larger than one client, industry event and/or the current problem in front of me. I take 2 hours off and unplug. I usually start with a “big idea” or “big question” and I give it my undivided attention. In this case, I thought about recruiting technologies I’d like to see in the …

What HR Should Be Thinking in 2013

Paul Hebert Change, Employee Communications, Employment Branding and Culture, HR Technology, Organizational Development, Paul Hebert, Seat at the Table

Twisting information meant for one arena to make it fit in another is a favorite pastime of mine.  And today’s post is no different.  Today – I take information meant for how to view “products” in 2013 and twist it until it screams bloody murder to make it fit the HR world. The information I’m going to abuse comes from …

Mood Cubes – a cure for a case of the Mondays?

Steve Boese Audacious Ideas, Employee Relations, HR Technology, Science, Steve Boese

I’m more of a general tech guy than a car guy, but in the last century the track record of technical innovation in the car industry, and how many of the tech breakthroughs from the car industry eventually find their way into more mainstream application (Henry Ford and mass production, OnStar – essentially Siri, just in your car and with …