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Top Influencers v1.25 Valerie Frederickson

Top Influencers v1.25 Valerie Frederickson

Posted on 31. Aug, 2009 by .

By John Sumser Valerie Frederickson v1.25 The Sage The amazing thing about Valerie Frederickson is that she is really easy to like and a fun conversation partner. Equally comfortable with a stuck, neurotic mid-career bureaucrat and the all-star executives she places, Frederickson is the model of grace and sophistication. She is uniquely able to tell [...]

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Top Influencers v1.24 Elliot Clark

Top Influencers v1.24 Elliot Clark

Posted on 28. Aug, 2009 by .

By John Sumser Elliot Clark: The Publisher Kenexa had plans to build a ‘Recruiting Factory’ fifteen years ago, in 1994. Although there is great debate among the progenitors about who invented the Recruitment Process Outsourcing business, Kenexa made a decent stab at the question. The Recruiting Factory applied industrial engineering, process management and division of [...]

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Rusty Rueff v 1.23 The Entertainer – HR, Futurist, Academy

Rusty Rueff v 1.23 The Entertainer – HR, Futurist, Academy

Posted on 25. Aug, 2009 by .

By John Sumser “The snickering begins when they ask to be your business partner. With little business acumen and even less understanding, they demand a seat at the table when anyone knows that what you want is a seat in the golf cart.” So says Rusty Rueff as he ponders the future of HR. “We’re [...]

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Top Influencers V1.22 Shally Steckerl

Top Influencers V1.22 Shally Steckerl

Posted on 20. Aug, 2009 by .

By John Sumser Top Influencers V1.22 Shally The Sourceror – Sourcing, Candidate Research Overnight successes usually aren’t. Years of hard work toiling in the trenches, are the normal foundation. In rapidly evolving business environments, like any aspect of HR technology, dues paying is a lengthy process. Figuring out how to apply new ideas to old [...]

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Top Influencers v1.21 Mike Mayeux

Top Influencers v1.21 Mike Mayeux

Posted on 18. Aug, 2009 by .

By John Sumser There’s an inverse relationship between the ability to stay on message and the ability to have and use influence. There are any number of executives who, flanked by their handlers, squeeze repeated sound bites from their lips like it was the last splotch of toothpaste in the tube. Being on the receiving [...]

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Top 100 Influencers v1.20 Jessica Lee

Top 100 Influencers v1.20 Jessica Lee

Posted on 11. Aug, 2009 by .

By John Sumser There’s an enormous amount of work going on as people try to define influence. Networks, online and off are driven by their influencers. Various /component/option,com_jcalpro/Itemid,28/extmode,day/date,2010-12-27/”>cialis buy cialis online forms of social network analysis are being used to track government corruption, money laundering, credit card fraud, terrorist organizations and industry structure. There are [...]

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Top Influencers v1.19 China Gorman

Top Influencers v1.19 China Gorman

Posted on 07. Aug, 2009 by .

By John Sumser Influence is one part position and leverage and one part personality. There are some things you just can’t do unless you have the right job. While many of the key influencers in HR-Recruiting have built their spheres over time, others move through careers and end up in positions that cast a big [...]

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Top Influencers v1.18 Peter Clayton

Top Influencers v1.18 Peter Clayton

Posted on 31. Jul, 2009 by .

What started as landed.fm became Total Picture Radio. The story, told with some eloquence here, is that Peter Clayton founded landed.fm in 2003 as a way of bringing a full spectrum of media to the career development and management question. Before anyone had ever heard of a “podcast”, Clayton was putting well produced, professional quality [...]

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Top 100 v1.17 Tony Karrer

Top 100 v1.17 Tony Karrer

Posted on 24. Jul, 2009 by .

By John Sumser The Landscape Currently, HR is built on three legs, Transactional, Learning and Development (L&D) and Acquisition. Every HR Department is a unique blend of the three pieces. Some companies choose to primarily develop talent (their acquisition functions are always a little less sophisticated because they focus on raw potentials). Some are acquisition-centric, [...]

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Top 100 v1.16 Allan Schweyer

Top 100 v1.16 Allan Schweyer

Posted on 22. Jul, 2009 by .

By John Sumser Some kinds of influence involve creating the disposition for a deal. There are any number of people who excel in the art of shaping the language and the debate, The terms Talent Management and Human Capital are both examples of the work of people who shape language. There are a few institution [...]

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