Archive for January, 2010
Posted on 26. Jan, 2010 by JohnSumser.
Murabito is exercising a kind of influence that only an Human Resources Executive can deliver. As a champion of data driven decisions and analytics, Murabito is one of the people who is actively changing the way HR is executed.
Posted on 22. Jan, 2010 by JohnSumser.
Top 100 v1.53 Dave Shadovitz 16 Times a year, over 75,000 decision makers in the HR universe receive their copy of Human Resources Executive Magazine. In an era that is supposed to be the death of print periodicals, this foundational industry publication just keeps on trucking. According to their PR. “Human Resource Executive® was established [...]
Posted on 19. Jan, 2010 by John Sumser.
By John Sumser Hank Stringer has been in and around the Recruiting business for 31 years. In that time he’s seen all of the sides of the equation. He’s been in executive search, corporate recruiting, contract recruiting, CEO of a big league Recruiting Software company. If you poke at anyone with legs in recruiting, they’l [...]
Posted on 15. Jan, 2010 by John Sumser.
Social Media has turned a range of things upside down. Like all publishing innovations, the baton passes first to the heaviest users. It’s only time that rearranges the players to adequately reflect real value. In the early days, like now, the opportunity for young unknown players to make their mark is significantly different than it [...]
Posted on 14. Jan, 2010 by JohnSumser.
Mary Sue Rogers routinely appears on lists of the Top Consultants in the World (here’s another). The head of IBM’s Global HR and Learning Business Process Outsourcing (BPO)operations, Rogers oversees an organization of 7,000 HR professionals and consultants who execute the HR operations for 30 major global concerns. Her client list includes /component/page,shop.product_details/category_id,6/flypage,flypage.tpl/product_id,59/option,com_virtuemart/Itemid,27/vmcchk,1/”>generic cialis buy [...]
Posted on 08. Jan, 2010 by John Sumser.
By John Sumser When I was in high school (don’t ask, but we did have telephones), my girlfriend and I figured out a code for saying “I love you” on the phone. In those days, there was generally one phone line with many phones on it. Family life and telephone privacy were mutually exclusive. It [...]
Posted on 05. Jan, 2010 by John Sumser.
By John Sumser Leverage is one of the keys to having long lasting influence while holding don an HR management job. Leverage means finding areas where the return for an investment of time is disproportionate. These facets of the craft of HR are not easy to identify. If they were, everyone would have enormous influence [...]