Evolving with the times: Tackling turnover and other workforce analytics challenges – by Helen Friedman and Anna Marley

What will be the top workforce analytics challenges of the new decade? Based on the flurry of activity and press on various topics, there are already some early contenders for top workforce analytics priorities: Exposing the power of “social” or organizational networks at work Creating an actively managed and personalized employee experience Addressing real-time opportunities for development and performance improvement ...

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A New Era for HR, A New Human Capital Reporting Standard – by Jeff Higgins, CEO, Human Capital Management Institute

What if human capital could be valued and its contribution quantified in the form of productivity or return? What if the return on human capital could be definitively linked to business results? While intriguing, these questions are largely muted by the fact that no clear formulas or standards have existed upon which organizations could rely, for answers. Yet, why do ...

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In a World of Technology, How Do We Continue to Talk? – by Raya Rhabari and Lori Blander

The digital era has fundamentally changed the way we communicate with one another. Devices have helped boost our productivity, performance, and creativity in many ways. It has also helped to connect us globally. With email, instant messenger applications, texting, remote teams and social media, we have endless options for how to connect with anyone, stranger or friend, across the world. ...

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The Quantum Apocalypse is Coming! Is HR Ready? – by Roy Altman

Quantum computing, an esoteric branch of computer science, holds promises of vast computing power once it becomes viable. One use case is that it will render all current encryption schemes vulnerable. Thus all information on the web will become immediately hackable, which would mean that the World Wide Web, as we know it, will be fundamentally changed, and unless we ...

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Interview with Missy (Mary) Cummings

  Professor Mary (Missy) Cummings received her B.S. in Mathematics from the US Naval Academy in 1988, her M.S. in Space Systems Engineering from the Naval Postgraduate School in 1994, and her Ph.D. in Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia in 2004. A naval pilot from 1988-1999, she was one of the U.S. Navy’s first female fighter pilots. She ...

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