Blog Archives – Hey, someone finally got the “let’s kill all the resumes” thing right

For at least 15 years, I’ve not taken seriously the idea that a resume could be replaced. Why? Not because I didn’t think it could be done, but because every time someone set me up for a “resume killer” conversation,

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Cost of Hire Metric Standard With Lee Webster, Jeremy Shapiro, and Gerry Crispin

A nice interview on the public review of the Cost Per Hire standard we’re working on…

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Under Reported: Gains in Minority Graduate Business School Enrollment

The news last week that more women graduated with PhD’s than men did in the last academic year was remarkable, and made me very curious to read the report from the Council of Graduate Schools to see what other trends

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Innovation in the aging workforce, WSJ got this one wrong

The WSJ Heard on the Street section printed an article today, “Older US Workforce Has an Ugly Wrinkle” sparked a few thoughts for my post this morning.   First, was a statistic. 40% of the US population over 55 is working

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Why Does Making a Rational Argument to Power, Fail?

Have you ever found a surprising insight through analysis about your business, prepared a set of slides with a solid argument, presented to the senior leadership, which dismissed it immediately?  I heard some head nods out there. You’re not alone… Sometimes that

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New SHRM/ANSI HR Metrics Work Group is Starting!

Many of you know that I’m a work group leader for a relatively new SHRM initiative to create standards in HR, which will be submitted to the American National Standards Institute. It’s been a worthwhile effort so far. There are

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Employee Engagement As Brand Building Project

A sister company, Interbrand, has just released some new research and a holding a webinar on June 7 on an interesting look at employee engagement as a brand exercise flowing Internal Brand Management into Customer Experience, Loyalty, to Financials.  The

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Talent metrics and human capital analytics galore.                                                                        

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Cornell ILR, Metrics that Matter: How HR Analytics Impact the Bottom Line, June 3-4, 2014 or November 13-14, New York, NY

HBR Webinar (Recording) - Competing on Talent Analytics November, 2011

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