Bracing for Big Data Analytics
By Mark McGraw
A new survey finds only one-quarter of companies equipped to meet their anticipated analytics needs in the future. Experts predict many organizations will rely on a combination of developing internal talent and bringing in outside expertise to fill analytics capability gaps.
Fast Forward on HR Innovation
By Orlando Ashford and Barbara Marder
The rapid evolution of digital-information technology has opened the door for HR innovation to reach beyond its traditional capabilities, providing employers with meaningful solutions in key areas that have always been especially challenging.
'Tonight Show' Parody Offers Predictions
By Kristen B. Frasch, Andrew R. McIlvaine and David Shadovitz
In Johnny Carson mode, Bill Kutik hosted a first-ever -- and maybe only -- HR Tonight Show for the HR Technology® Conference Tuesday keynote, bringing in some key analysts with a lot to share.
Openness, Transparency Themes of HR Tech Keynote
By Andrew R. McIlvaine and Kristen B. Frasch
In his opening speech, Don Tapscott points out that youth value speed, innovation and openness -- and are notably adept at sniffing out communication that isn't genuine.
Making the Connection
By Gloria Smith
With advancements in technology clipping along at lightning speed, and with rapidly evolving regulatory and compliance requirements presenting an ever-present risk, HR and IT need to work together to update processes and procedures, and establish clearly defined guidelines and best practices that can help minimize mistakes and maximize transparency and efficiency.