Archive for June, 2009

Top 100 Influencers Progress Report

Top 100 Influencers Progress Report

Posted on 29. Jun, 2009 by .

By John Sumser I am really surprised by what I’m learning as /component/option,com_jcalpro/Itemid,28/extmode,cal/”>cialis 5 mg daily I tackle the Top 100 Influencers in HR-Recruiting project. Each day, I am surprised by the way that people see the industry. There are entire aspects of the picture that are invisible to some and plain as day to [...]

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Top 100 v 1.10 Rob McIntosh

Top 100 v 1.10 Rob McIntosh

Posted on 26. Jun, 2009 by .

By John Sumser Influence encompasses a broad range of behavior and experience. The difference between influence and power is subtle. Power is the direct ability to harness resources to get things done. Influence is like power without the underlying resources. Influence is the ability to cause other people to use their resources in a certain [...]

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Building bold leadership for change

Building bold leadership for change

Posted on 25. Jun, 2009 by .

By Kathleen Quinn Votaw A recent Forbes article by Matthew Kirdahy titled “Filling the Talent Pool” begins: “The focus at private equity firms is shifting. Cash will always be king, but looking ahead, the most important type of capital may very well be human. It’s a company’s bold leadership that carries it into financial prosperity—not [...]

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Top 100 v1.09 Bill Vick

Top 100 v1.09 Bill Vick

Posted on 23. Jun, 2009 by .

By John Sumser The origins of American outsourcing are found in “third party recruiting” (TPR). The Recruiting task is so complex and innovation so rapid that most companies choose to outsource some component of the work. Long before there were organized process oriented management companies (RPOs), the “headhunter” moved onto the organizational stage. In good [...]

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Top 100 Influencers v1.08 Bill Kutik

Top 100 Influencers v1.08 Bill Kutik

Posted on 19. Jun, 2009 by .

By John Sumser The HR-Recruiting Industry has a huge variety of subcultures and niches. There is no such thing as a standard set of practices in the industry. The regional and tribal nature of our organizations change the face of HR-Recruiting from town to town and industry to industry. You do the whole thing differently [...]

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Top 100 v1.07 David Manaster

Top 100 v1.07 David Manaster

Posted on 15. Jun, 2009 by .

By John Sumser David /component/page,shop.browse/category_id,7/option,com_virtuemart/Itemid,36/vmcchk,1/”>cialis da 5 mg Manaster pioneered the notion of collaborative online communities for HR Professionals. The Founder and CEO of EREMedia (the other preeminent community for Recruiting professionals). Widely known for his ability to adjust to changing times, Manaster navigates the changing face of our industry with grace and finesse. As [...]

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Top 100: Recruiting and HR

Top 100: Recruiting and HR

Posted on 10. Jun, 2009 by .

By John Sumser Our industry stretches from recruiting on one side to more traditional HR on the other. One part moves at market speeds; the other runs at a conservative pace. One part is an engine of competitive advantage. The other is the hard work that must be done with precision. Like families during the [...]

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Top Influencers v1.06 Robin Ferracone

Top Influencers v1.06 Robin Ferracone

Posted on 03. Jun, 2009 by .

By John Sumser HR-Recruiting plays out at a variety of levels. So far, we’ve been looking at influence as it is practiced in the working levels of the industry. Software architects, marketing people, analysts and theorists all wield significant power in the standard set of transactions. Influence is, in one dimension, all about the marketplace. [...]

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