Is 2013 the Year HR Takes Analytics Seriously?
By Tom Starner
While there has been much discussion about using analytics in the HR space, recent surveys show that it may be more talk than walk. But some experts believe 2013 could be the year in which HR starts to get serious about analytics.
Measuring the Impact of MOOCs
By Mark McGraw
Research suggests massive open online courses (MOOCs) figure to play a larger role in the corporate learning programs of the future. HR professionals with an eye on providing these courses must carefully consider their relevance to the workplace, and how MOOCs can be integrated into current e-learning offerings, experts say.
Differing Views on Innovation
By Mark McGraw
Recent research shows a gap between leaders' view of their work in leading innovation and how employees view leadership's efforts in this area. Experts urge HR professionals to help managers break out of "decision-making mode," and coach them on encouraging original, innovative ideas from employees.
HR's Social Networking Troubles
By Kecia Bal
Though a new survey shows HR executives fear social media's impact on productivity, some consultants say embracing the online platform can build trust among employees and improve collaboration.
Sky's The Limit
By Kristen B. Frasch, Andrew R. McIlvaine and David Shadovitz
Software delivered via the cloud took center stage at the 15th Annual HR Technology® Conference in Chicago, as a record-breaking number of attendees mingled with their HR colleagues and industry thought leaders.