An interesting perspective on blogging from Michael Gartenberg of Juipter research. He talks about the differences in organisational culture and industry and how this impacts blogging. (thanks to Scoble again). However having spent the last day and half at the People in Business conference and seeing the response to the SurfControl session I am nowContinue reading “Are you afraid to blog?”
Today was day 1 of the People in Business conference, while I will not give you a complete run down of the first day I want to share a couple of things. The first key note was very good, I must say I was skeptical, based on reading the brochure. The topic was “Energy, trustContinue reading “Ikea, Volvo and HR?”
Sun’s CEO Jonathan Schwartz was in Australia last week, he writes about his visit and seems to have taken a liking to a portion of our national coat of arms. Well, good on him, kangaroo is fantastic, and with the over population of them if he feels inclined to eat a couple good.
Something all recruiters (and managers,CEOs, shareholders etc) fear is hiring the wrong person. When you are very big it does not matter who you hire, if you are big enough you can even screw up with the CEO. (When you do this it seems only the shareholders suffer 😉 .) However when you are smallContinue reading “No False Positives”
Tomorrow and Wednesday I am off to AHRI‘s second major conference for the year “People in Business : Making HR Happen” at Star City. It will be interesting to see the conference from a participants point of view, it has been 5 years since last time, usually I am attending as an exhibitor, sometimes aContinue reading “People in Business : Making HR Happen conference”
During one of my meetings yesterday we were discussing what the next really big thing would be in the HRIS space. The list below was some of the items that we were looking at, the question is which ones, if any will be the next big thing? HR CRM Workforce planning Workforce analytics Collaborative toolsContinue reading “The next big thing?”
I have flown to Melbourne this morning on the 6am Qantas flight, getting up in time to meet this flight should be against the law, but I digress. I had a few minutes and wanted to post a blog so once I had my coffee I decided to see if I could find a wirelessContinue reading “Wireless blogging?”
Just signed up with Flickr, now I can Moblog! Here is the view from my office taken with my phone.
Well then end of another interesting week. I have not had a chance to blog everything that I have been doing in the last couple of weeks, just too many exciting things. In summary, in reverse order:- Been following Web 2.0 on Feedster, some very cool stuff coming out. Playing with IPodder (all I needContinue reading “TGIF”
Steve Rubel has an interesting item about a Delta Airline’s flight attendant who has been suspended for Photo Blogging. You just cannot be to careful what you do on your blog. It seems more and more people are ending up on the wrong side of their blog, IT workers, CEO’s, daughter’s US presidental candidates.