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HR and finance: the new powerpartners of the cloud

The need for closer collaboration between finance and HR has never been more important. Finance has become the co-pilot to the business, providing the forward-looking guidance management needs to capitalize on the next market opportunity.

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From digital workplace to ideal employee experience

Increased focus on workforce engagement and user experience leads HR decision-makers to deliver HR service and technology not only to improve process efficiency, but also to improve employee experience in their interaction with HR

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Could technology take the human touch of HR?

When Gartner once introduced the idea of a nexus of forces combining to generate the next wave of technological innovation, few CHROs and CIOs would have expected HR to be a the center of the action and to question if technology could bypass the human touch. And yet, here we are.

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Putting a machine in your c-suite?

Intelligent machines are now becoming active advisors and partners in the workforce of the future and at the highest levels of the organization. But could they one day play a role as members of the C-suite?

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Could technology take the human touch of HR?

When Gartner once introduced the idea of a nexus of forces combining to generate the next wave of technological innovation, few CHROs and CIOs would have expected HR to be a the center of the action and to question if technology could bypass the human touch. And yet, here we are.

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Putting a machine in your c-suite?

Intelligent machines are now becoming active advisors and partners in the workforce of the future and at the highest levels of the organization. But could they one day play a role as members of the C-suite?

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Shaping the High-Impact HR Operating Model

The High-Impact HR Operating Model is a new blueprint for the function that brings HR closer to the business, drives greater levels of innovation and expertise, and moves HR from a function of “service delivery” to a driver of strategic talent and business outcomes.

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10 Top Disruptive HR Technology-Related

New workflow-embedded HR practices and easy-to-use mobile applications allow employees to learn on demand, share their work experiences in real time, and help leaders make timely, data-driven people decisions

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10 Top Disruptive HR Technology-Related

New workflow-embedded HR practices and easy-to-use mobile applications allow employees to learn on demand, share their work experiences in real time, and help leaders make timely, data-driven people decisions

Read more

Shaping the High-Impact HR Operating Model

The High-Impact HR Operating Model is a new blueprint for the function that brings HR closer to the business, drives greater levels of innovation and expertise, and moves HR from a function of “service delivery” to a driver of strategic talent and business outcomes.

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Disrupting the role of the CHRO

What some see as a paradox, others are realizing is a painful reality. The shortfall of critical skills is placing the modern CHRO at a crossroads, much as the CFO was in the late 1970s.

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Disrupting the role of the CHRO

What some see as a paradox, others are realizing is a painful reality. The shortfall of critical skills is placing the modern CHRO at a crossroads, much as the CFO was in the late 1970s.

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Driving the Mandate for Modern HR

Businesses need talented people—motivated, knowledgeable, high-performing employees—in order to thrive. That’s always been true, but never more than now, as many CEOs view their workforce as the big differentiator in today’s business environment.

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Driving the Mandate for Modern HR

Businesses need talented people—motivated, knowledgeable, high-performing employees—in order to thrive. That’s always been true, but never more than now, as many CEOs view their workforce as the big differentiator in today’s business environment.

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Building the social enterprise

Why do so few companies capture the full value of social technologies? There’s no doubt organizations have begun to realize significant value from largely external uses of social.Yet internal applications have barely begun to tap their full potential, even though about two-thirds of social’s estimated economic value stems from improved collaboration and communication within enterprises.

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Building the social enterprise

Why do so few companies capture the full value of social technologies? There’s no doubt organizations have begun to realize significant value from largely external uses of social.Yet internal applications have barely begun to tap their full potential, even though about two-thirds of social’s estimated economic value stems from improved collaboration and communication within enterprises.

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Your Company Is Only As Good As Its Human Resources Function

Business leaders charged with growing the enterprise or changing its strategy and culture would be well served to invest more time really getting a handle on their Human Resources function, how it operates and how its influencing enterprise competitiveness.Far too often, it seems, global executives overanalyse the impact of strategic planning, branding and sales when assessing recent financial performance and chronically underanalyse their organisations' ability to attract, develop, motivate and retain the people most responsible for elevating results.

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Your Company Is Only As Good As Its Human Resources Function

Business leaders charged with growing the enterprise or changing its strategy and culture would be well served to invest more time really getting a handle on their Human Resources function, how it operates and how its influencing enterprise competitiveness.Far too often, it seems, global executives overanalyse the impact of strategic planning, branding and sales when assessing recent financial performance and chronically underanalyse their organisations' ability to attract, develop, motivate and retain the people most responsible for elevating results.

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Welcome to talent 4.0

Less hype than Samsung's recently launched Galaxy S4, but I guarantee Talent 4.0 will have a more profound impact on its respective constituency. Bigger, faster, stronger - both of these "next generations" mark an irrevocable progression in the competitive marketplace. With Talent 4.0, corporate America encounters a revitalising perspective as well as a dangerous ultimatum - lead the pack or get trampled underfoot.

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Welcome to talent 4.0

Less hype than Samsung's recently launched Galaxy S4, but I guarantee Talent 4.0 will have a more profound impact on its respective constituency. Bigger, faster, stronger - both of these "next generations" mark an irrevocable progression in the competitive marketplace. With Talent 4.0, corporate America encounters a revitalising perspective as well as a dangerous ultimatum - lead the pack or get trampled underfoot.

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Connecting Human Resources and the Board

An overwhelming eight-in-10 global HR executives believe they should have ongoing access to and dialogue with the Board to align human capital practices with expectations for better enterprise performance. But few effectively have.

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Connecting Human Resources and the Board

An overwhelming eight-in-10 global HR executives believe they should have ongoing access to and dialogue with the Board to align human capital practices with expectations for better enterprise performance. But few effectively have.

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CHROs who mean business !

The most successful CHROs are probably those who can leave the operational expertise and establish themselves as strategists. Much more, they stop thinking like an HRD, put the CEO's hat on their head and build the HR strategy as if they were the CEO. (Caution: you must be registered to the HR Executive Circle's group on LinkedIn to access this content).

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CHROs who mean business !

The most successful CHROs are probably those who can leave the operational expertise and establish themselves as strategists. Much more, they stop thinking like an HRD, put the CEO's hat on their head and build the HR strategy as if they were the CEO. (Caution: you must be registered to the HR Executive Circle's group on LinkedIn to access this content).

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HR and finance: the new powerpartners of the cloud

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From digital workplace to ideal employee experience

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Could technology take the human touch of HR?

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Putting a machine in your c-suite?

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