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What are your metrics to measure success when it comes to digital learning? Are you even making a difference with your digital learning?   It’s frankly depressing that when you ask learning technologists to talk about the metrics around what they do their natural inclination is to talk about the …

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In 2016 we conducted our third HR Realities survey in partnership with HRN, the organisers of HR Tech World. One of the interesting and unexpected results of the survey was how it highlighted the challenges of being a “decentralised” HR function – especially in relation to their experience of HR …

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People Analytics is one of the most talked about disciplines within HR. Interest in the subject continues to soar, adoption levels are on the rise and in my experience at least, people analytics is increasingly acknowledged as a core element of HR’s response to the challenge (and opportunity) presented by …

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  If you’ve ever wondered who thinks they get better customer service from their HR Tech suppliers – Cloud, On-Premise or Privately hosted customers – then the following results from the HR Realities Survey 2016-17 , conducted in association with HRN, will make interesting reading.  In every aspect of the customer …

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Are you a NextGen Chief Learning Officer? If yes, then you probably have one of the most exciting jobs in the industry today. While organizations frantically try to come to terms with disruption all around them, the Chief Learning Officer (CLO) in the enterprise is going to take the center …

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Three prisoners reportedly escaped from the “inescapable” prison on Alcatraz Island the night of June 11th, 1962. A few days and 55 years later, the first HR Tech World hosted in the United States will be held right across the bay at Fort Mason in San Francisco. A map of …

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The use of cognitive computing or artificial intelligence in the field of human resources (HR) is receiving growing attention. While the more ‘tech-minded’ might already be eagerly exploring new cognitive solutions, many practitioners are likely taking a more measured approach and would welcome guidance about just when, where and how …

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The future of work is the subject of much discussion – but does work even have a future!? A much mediatized  Oxford University study in 2013 suggested 47% of jobs in the US will disappear due to technological innovations.  Last May the OECD produced a less dramatic report that suggests …

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According to author Mark Kurlansky, 1968 was “the year that rocked the world”. It saw the Prague Spring, the assassinations of Martin Luther-King and Bobby Kennedy, the Tet Offensive and the release of the seminal White Album. 1968 was also the year that Andy Warhol made his prescient and infamous …

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Earlier this year, in February — at a Think Tank by Adobe — I had the pleasure of spending the afternoon with some amazing and talented people who ponder the future of work, day in and day out. We discussed how government, data science, transportation, and people’s motivation to work …

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“You cannot predict what technology can do.” – Josh Bersin, Principal and Founder of Bersin by Deloitte   Welcome to HR Tech World! A dynamic show capturing the essence of what the future holds for the workplace and rejecting the status quo in favor of what is disrupting the world …

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Have a look at your calendar right now and answer honestly: how many meetings are you actually looking forward to? Sometimes it seems as if a meeting is scheduled for everything (even to prepare for the next meeting). Learning how to run meetings effectively is one of the top skills …

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