Agile talent management software – Your survival plan?

I read with interest this morning Dr John Sullivan’s article looking at how to survive in such turbulent economic times, his concept seems to be a play on the software development process Agile. To quote Wikipedia Agile software development is: Agile software development refers to a group of software development methodologies based on iterative development,Continue reading “Agile talent management software – Your survival plan?”

ATC Social Media Conference

We are coming to the end of the early bird discount period for the joint event between Inspecht and ATC Social Media: A Recruitment Revolution. while the early bird discount is good, register 2 or more delegates and you get an even better deal. So why attend? Listen to Australian case studies from Ernst &Continue reading “ATC Social Media Conference”

PageUp People: Integrated Talent Management

What is Integrated Talent Management (ITM)? Well that was the question posed at this morning’s breakfast briefing session run by PageUp People to launch their new white paper, “ITM – The Evolution”. Their answer: Credit: Lumaxart ITM leverages the same data, process, workflow management, security model, user portals, and reporting and analytics tools across allContinue reading “PageUp People: Integrated Talent Management”

Google Wave and the Enterprise

With a fair bit of fanfare on May 28th Google pre-released a brand new tool/suite/ concept/framework for collaboration called Google Wave. I am not going to cover all the technical details, you can see them over at http://wave.google.com. But you do need to understand that Google Wave is actually three things all in one package.Continue reading “Google Wave and the Enterprise”

HR Technology Trends

Credit: Flickr dbilly Last month Watson Wyatt released their 2009 HR Technology Trends Report. So I grabbed my credit card and laid down US$45 to get a copy so I could see what they had to say. Some thoughts: The report is very hard to compare with their 2007 HR Technology Trends Report as theContinue reading “HR Technology Trends”

Using Twitter for HR and Recruiting

If you had been watching my to do list for the last 18 months you would have seen an item sitting there and just not getting done. It was important but never urgent so never touched. Write an introduction document on Twitter for HR and Recruiting.¬† There have been lots of documents/posts/articles on the subjectContinue reading “Using Twitter for HR and Recruiting”

Can you do the #splits?

There are several interesting services taking shape on Twitter to help the recruitment industry; such as HashJobs, JobFeedr and now Splits.org. Splits.org allows recruiters to share both jobs and candidates and splt the fees. Now Split networks are not new but this one is. Splits.org comes out of the new Recruiting Blogs Labs (does everyoneContinue reading “Can you do the #splits?”

Social Recruiting and Social Media ROI

It is said in business you measure what matters. The same can be said for the implementation of social recruiting/social media. Basically its use is designed to positively impact your business. The only way to ensure that this is in fact the case is through clear and focused measurement. ¬†Measurement also allows you to adjustContinue reading “Social Recruiting and Social Media ROI”

Workplace policies for Social Media

There has been another little dust up over at Telstra, all due to a satirical Twitter account called Fake Stephen Conroy. (For international readers Stephen Conroy is the Federal Communications Minister.) In summary Leslie Nassar Telstra employee had been running the account for a while providing hours of entertainment. A few days ago Leslie wasContinue reading “Workplace policies for Social Media”