Don’t Miss Today’s HRtechnology Happy Hour WebMingle with Dr. Jack Wiley and Kieran Colville from Kenexa’s High Performance Institute

September 6, 2012

The WebMingle is back today and we will be welcoming two members of the Kenexa High Performance Institute team, Dr. Jack Wiley and Kieran Colville.

Kenexa works around the world helping clients hire the very best talent and then maximize their performance and engagement.  To Kenexa, business is personal.  With every person recruited, every assessment administered, every technology solution delivered, every survey conducted, every leader developed and every compensation strategy supported, lives are impacted by their craft.

Dr. Wiley, founder of Kenexa HPI, is recognized internationally for groundbreaking research that links employee survey results to business performance.  Dr. Wiley has written and had published numerous research papers, articles, white papers and book chapters.  Most recently, he authored the book, RESPECT:  Delivering Results by Giving Employees What They Really Want.

Kieran Colville currently serves as Head of Leadership, EMEA, for Kenexa HPI.  Her role is to translate Kenexa’s latest research and thinking into practical solutions that drive high performance through the measurement and development of leadership capability.  Kieran has led the development and successful implementation of best in class solutions that predict leadership potential and build high performance leadership capability.

Join us live at 2PM Central as Dr. Wiley and Kieran share their insights on leadership, engagement and performance.  Have a question you would like us to ask our guests?  Tweet them with #WebMingle or submit via email to info{at}hrchitect{dot}com.


What HR really needs is more “Freaks” – Data Freaks, that is…

August 1, 2011

by Ron Hanscome, VP HCM Systems Strategy Consulting

Well, it’s been a long time since my last post. The last six months at HRchitect have been incredibly busy with project work. Now that the dust has settled a bit, I’ll be sharing my perspective on what has happened in HCM technology in the first half of 2011 over the next few weeks.

One continuing trend over the past couple of years has been a renewed focus on workforce information management (WIM, aka HR Analytics, Workforce Analytics, etc.). Organizations are struggling to pull data from disparate systems and derive useful insights to drive the HR function and (hopefully) improved business results. While there are many challenges that HR  needs to resolve in order to execute WIM successfully (e.g., data cleansing/integrity procedures, enabling technologies, change management,  internal marketing), I want to focus your attention on perhaps the most  important critical success factor – those in HR responsible for WIM must have the  right mindset.

Two recent events have driven this to the forefront over the past two weeks. The  first was my wife picking up a copy of “Freakonomics,” at a local used book sale. This seminal 2005 work by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner is well  worth a re-read (or an initial read if you missed it the first time), as it is  a fascinating application of data analysis to such diverse topics as incentives  and cheating (by school teachers and sumo wrestlers, no less), the power of  information (using the Ku Klux Klan and real estate agents as comparators),  crime, and parenting.  The central point  of the book is this – knowing what to measure, and how to measure it, is the  key to modern life. The book also advocates a healthy skepticism of “experts” who emerge in a given situation who tend to bend facts to fit their version of  reality (thus helping sell their product, make themselves indispensible, etc.). The subjects addressed also illustrate the extent to which “conventional  wisdom” is faulty and must be challenged. Finally, Levitt and Dubner deliver a great primer on the complexity of analysis needed to move from merely identifying correlation (two elements are related to each other in some way) versus causality (one element drives another element or outcome); often this requires a significant set of accurate, clean data that has been accumulated over time.

The second event occurred during the recent SuccessConnection meeting in Chicago on Thursday July 21, delivered by SuccessFactors. In the midst of a number of interesting speakers, I particularly enjoyed the presentation by Peter Howes of SuccessFactors’ Inform division, which focuses on delivering analytics projects to the client base. To me, the most interesting of Peter’s client stories involved an analysis of the effectiveness of a specific employee referral program. Of course,  conventional wisdom in the recruiting function states that referrals are the source of the best quality candidates. In this case, the “first cut” review of average data revealed mediocre results for referrals, but more granular analysis indicated that all referrals are not created equal; those given by top performers were of much higher quality than those of medium or low performers.By correlating the performance ratings of the referring employee to the performance of the referred candidate, the organization was able to focus on the best referral sources. Peter used this example to illustrate the dangers of relying on averages (especially when benchmarking with other organizations) and the need to regularly dive to a more granular level of analysis in order to gain real insights from HR data.

How are these two disparate events “correlated?”  I believe that the fundamental principles outlined in “Freakonomics” – knowing what and how to measure, healthy skepticism of experts, challenging of conventional wisdom, and increasing the sophistication of analytical tools / techniques– need to be adopted by the HR function in order to improve the effectiveness of HR programs. In the end, the best starting point for making the needed changes is embodied in the book’s closing pages (206):

The most likely result of having read this book is a simple one; you may find yourself asking a lot of questions. Many of them will lead to nothing. But some will produce answers that are interesting, even surprising.

My challenge to you is twofold – first, give Freakonomics a fresh look. It’s a quick read and manages to deliver a lot of learning in a very entertaining manner. Second, become an HR “Data Freak” by asking questions – lots of questions – and let the data lead you to the answers and insights that are valuable to your organization. Don’t accept conventional wisdom at face value – dig deeper.  Remember that data cited by others can be manipulated, so always push for context and assumptions and be alert for hidden agendas.  View high-level aggregate benchmarks with suspicion; instead, get your HR data to a place where you can “go granular” to gain greater insights. Not only will your job become a lot more interesting, but you are likely to dramatically increase the value of HR information to your organization (and your own value as well). In my opinion, HR desperately needs more “Data Freaks” – will you be one of them?


Don’t Miss Today’s HRchitect WebMingle with Derek Irvine of Globoforce

July 21, 2011

The HRchitect WebMingle is designed to give you some insight into the puzzling world of HR technology, talk about upcoming events in our industry, and provide insightful interviews with people of our industry – who they are, what they do and why you should care. The WebMingle has become the most popular live weekly Internet show in the HR technology industry!

The WebMingle has truly redefined how people get information about vendors, trends and really anything related to HR technology and we are very proud of that.

Today’s guest is Derek Irvine, Vice-President of Strategy and Consulting Services with Globoforce.

Founded in 1999, Globoforce is the world’s leading provider of SaaS-based employee recognition solutions. Through its social and global technology, Globoforce helps HR and business leaders elevate employee engagement, increase employee retention, manage company culture, and discover the power of real-time performance management. Today, more than 1.7 million employees across the world are living their company values and achieving peak performance through the Globoforce platform. A private corporation, Globoforce is co-headquartered in Southborough, Massachusetts, and Dublin, Ireland. To learn more, please visit www.globoforce.com or the Company’s blog at http://globoforce.com/globoblog.

Derek Irvine is a thought leader at Globoforce.  Prior to Globoforce he’s worked in management consulting for PA Consulting Group, also in international marketing, with Johnson & Johnson and Jameson Irish Whiskey.  An authority on employee engagement and recognition, he last year co-authored a book “Winning with a Culture of Recognition”. He blogs frequently at his blog Recognize this!

Visit www.HRchitect.com/Knowledge/WebMingle to listen live today Thursday, July 21 at 2pm CST. If you missed any of our previous 80 or so WebMingles, you can also access them from that page.

We look forward to welcoming Derek Irvine with Globoforce to the HRchitect WebMingle today and hope to have you join us as well.

If you would like to be considered as a guest on an upcoming WebMingle, please contact Tiffany Appleby at tappleby@HRchitect.com

Matt Lafata, HRchitect


Don’t Miss This Week’s HRchitect WebMingle with Joe Ellis of TEDS

April 12, 2010

 

The weekly HRchitect WebMingle is designed to give you some insight into the puzzling world of HR technology, discuss news from around the world that we find interesting, talk about upcoming events in our industry, and provide insightful interviews with people of our industry – who they are, what they do and why you should care. The WebMingle has become the most popular live weekly Internet show in the HR technology industry!

The WebMingle has truly redefined how people get information about vendors, trends and really anything related to HR technology and we are very proud of that.

This week’s guest is Joseph “Joe” Ellis, Jr., President and CEO of TEDS.

In 1989 Joe coined the concept of People Resource Planning™, which led to produce the first Learning Management System installed in 1990 for a Fortune 500 company with 150,000 people in 11 countries. Afterwards, Joe added six additional modules to create the most robust integrated Talent Management platform.

TEDS provides companies the capability to integrate their processes through a fully integrated talent management system that consists of a single user interface, application, and database. It is based on the People Resource Planning™ (PRP) concept coined by TEDS’ Founder and CEO, Joe Ellis. PRP is the optimization of development, performance and deployment of an organization’s human capital to achieve the desired business outcome in the shortest amount of time and at the least cost. TEDS’ fully integrated suite includes: Talent Acquisition and Staffing, Compensation Management, Succession Management, Workforce Management, Competency Management, Performance Management, and Learning Management and Development. 

Visit www.HRchitect.com/Knowledge/WebMingle to listen live this Thursday, April 15th at 2pm CST to the 57th show in our WebMingle series. If you missed any of our previous WebMingles, you can also access them from that page.

Below is a list of some of our upcoming guests: 

April 22 – Tad McIntosh, President & CEO of Talent Acquisition vendor, HumCap

April 29 – HRchitect 30 Days in 30 Minutes

May 6 – Shafiq Lokhandwala, CEO, of NuView, Inc., a Payroll & HR Software vendor

May 13 – Dan Finnigan, CEO, & Jamie Glenn, Chief Product Officer, of Social Recruiting Products & Recruiting Software vendor, Jobvite

May 20 – Michael DiPietro, VP of Marketing & Product Management, with Healthcare Source, a Talent Management vendor specializing in Healthcare

May 27 – HRchitect 30 Days in 30 Minutes

June 3 – Duncan Egan, Senior Director of Marketing, for small and mid-sized Recruiting software vendor, Taleo Business Edition

June 10 – No WebMingle

June 17 – Rudy Karsan, CEO, with Talent Management provider, Kenexa

June 24 – HRchitect 30 Days in 30 Minutes

We look forward to welcoming Joe Ellis to the HRchitect WebMingle on Thursday, April 15th, and hope to have you join us as well.

If you would like to be considered as a guest on an upcoming WebMingle, please contact Tiffany Appleby at tappleby@HRchitect.com

Matt Lafata, HRchitect


Don’t Miss This Week’s HRchitect WebMingle with Karen Cariss of PageUp People

March 18, 2010

 

The weekly HRchitect WebMingle is designed to give you some insight into the puzzling world of HR technology, discuss news from around the world that we find interesting, talk about upcoming events in our industry, and provide insightful interviews with people of our industry – who they are, what they do and why you should care. The WebMingle has become the most popular live weekly Internet show in the HR technology industry!

The WebMingle has truly redefined how people get information about vendors, trends and really anything related to HR technology and we are very proud of that.

This week’s guest is Karen Cariss, CEO of PageUp People.

The PageUp People Talent Management Solution, delivered via Software as a Service (SaaS) tools and best practice consulting solutions, assists companies across recruitment and selection, performance management, training and development, succession management as well as providing workforce planning tools to ensure that the right talent is in the right place at the right time to deliver on corporate strategy.

Karen Cariss is one of the founders of PageUp People. Today, Karen is a key driving force behind the success of PageUp People, setting the strategic direction of the company as well as overseeing internal activities to ensure synergy of all divisions. Karen’s extreme passion for the company is evident in her work and attitude, which has been publicly acknowledged by being listed as 28th on BRW’s Top 50 Female Entrepreneurs in June 2006 and winning the Ernst and Young ‘Young Entrepreneur of the Year’ for 2008. Karen has also used her knowledge of business practices to assist the judging of the 2006 Telstra Business Awards and 2005 AIMIA iAwards.

Visit www.HRchitect.com/Knowledge/WebMingle to listen live this Thursday, March 18th at 2pm CST to the 55th show in our WebMingle series. If you missed any of our previous WebMingles, you can also access them from that page.

Below is a list of some of our upcoming guests: 

Mar 26 – HRchitect 30 Days in 30 Minutes: This feature is new to this industry and allows HRchitect executives to present a look back at the previous 30 days or so and cover major events that took place in our industry in a 30 minute snapshot. It is a unique format to summarize major happenings in our industry by the leaders in HR technology consulting.

April 8 – Kevin Plunkett, Vice President of Business Development, of Talent Management vendor, Salary.com

April 15 – Joseph Ellis, President & CEO of TEDS, a Talent Management vendor

April 22 – Tad McIntosh, President & CEO of Talent Acquisition vendor, HumCap

April 29 – HRchitect 30 Days in 30 Minutes

May 6 – Shafiq Lokhandwala, CEO, of NuView, Inc., a Payroll & HR Software vendor

May 13 – Dan Finnigan, CEO, & Jamie Glenn, Chief Product Officer, of Social Recruiting Products & Recruiting Software vendor, Jobvite

May 20 – Michael DiPietro, VP of Marketing & Product Management, with Healthcare Source, a Talent Management vendor specializing in Healthcare

We look forward to welcoming Karen Cariss to the HRchitect WebMingle today and hope to have you join us as well.

Matt Lafata, HRchitect


Don’t Miss This Week’s HRchitect WebMingle with Kevin Marasco of Taleo

November 4, 2009

The weekly HRchitect WebMingle is designed to give you some insight into the puzzling world of HR technology, discuss news from around the world that we find interesting, talk about upcoming events in our industry, and provide insightful interviews with people of our industry – who they are, what they do and why you should care. The WebMingle has become the most popular live weekly Internet show in the HR technology industry!

This week’s guests will be Kevin Marasco, Vice-President of Brand Marketing for Taleo.

Taleo provides talent management software that helps companies develop their most strategic asset… people.  Taleo’s web-based solutions span the entire employee lifecycle, including recruiting, performance management, employee development and compensation. Unlike complex enterprise software or legacy HR systems, Taleo’s software is fast, mobile, social and designed exclusively to track and empower people.  Over 4,100 companies of all sizes – including 46 of the Fortune 100 – rely on Taleo to improve quality of hire, increase employee engagement and retain their top performers

Kevin Marasco is vice president of brand marketing for Taleo. He is responsible for identity and brand management, creative services, website marketing and various marketing communication initiatives.  Prior to Taleo, he was senior vice president of marketing and sales support for Vurv (acquired by Taleo). There he was responsible for worldwide corporate marketing, communications, public relations, brand management, presales activities and sales knowledge management. Prior to this role, he served as director of marketing for Vurv, formerly Recruitmax.  His prior experience includes a variety of marketing, design and technology roles.  Prior to joining Vurv, Marasco spent several years as a successful entrepreneur and independent investor. Marasco has a bachelors degree in Marketing from the University of North Florida and has completed executive education courses at Harvard Business School. He is a member of the CMO Council and is on the advisory board of Recover Gear.

Visit www.HRchitect.com/Knowledge/WebMingle to listen live on Friday, November 6th at 1pm CST to the 43rd show in our WebMingle series. If you missed any of our previous WebMingles, you can also access them from that page.

Below is a list of some of our upcoming guests: 

Nov 13 – Lois Melbourne, CEO and Co-Founder with Aquire, a Workforce Planning and Management vendor

Nov 20 – Bob Tricarico, VP of Sales with HRsmart, a Talent Management Systems vendor

Dec 4 – Kevin Grossman, President of HRmarketer.com

Dec 11 – Joel Passen, Co-Founder and VP of Marketing with Newton Software, a Talent Acquisition Systems vendor

Dec 18 – Rick Fletcher, President of HRchitect, the leading HR Systems Consulting firm

Jan 29 – Tim Giehll, CEO of Bond Talent, a Talent Management Systems vendor and Author of “Human Capital Supply Chains”

We look forward to welcoming Kevin Marasco from Taleo to the HRchitect WebMingle this Friday and hope to have you join us as well.

Matt Lafata, HRchitect


June 19 HRchitect WebMingle Featured Softscape, Next Up is Kenexa

June 19, 2009

 

Our weekly web mingle is designed to give you some insight into the puzzling world of HR technology, discuss news from around the world that we find interesting, talk about upcoming events in our industry, and provide insightful interviews with people of our industry – who they are, what they do and why you should care. The WebMingle has become the most popular live weekly Internet show in the HR technology industry!

So what is a WebMingle? It is a meeting over the web where we do some business, socialize and yes, we mingle over the web. Thus, a WebMingle.

The 45-minute WebMingle on June 19th, the 25th in our WebMingle series, featured Dave Watkins, CEO and Co-Founder with Softscape. It was another fascinating WebMingle and Dave has great insight and passion for Talent Management Systems, HR, and his company. We touched on a number of issues related to those topics including: 

  • What does HR need today and what HR will need tomorrow
  • How social networking has changed the game
  • Softscape’s take on SaaS in regards to HR technology
  • What it takes to support a truly global technology implementation
  • What type of data should be included in the system of record for employee information
  • What the market landscape will look like over the next 12-18 months
  • How Softscape has contributed to the HR Technology Market
  • The future of HR technology
  • …and more

About Softscape

Softscape is the global leader in complete people management solutions that enable organizations to more effectively drive their business performance. Softscape’s vision and history of innovation is consistently recognized by industry analysts and luminaries. Our complete, end-to-end platform natively connects all human resources (HR) and talent functions, including performance management, succession planning, learning and development, compensation, hiring and recruiting, workforce planning, social networking, and core HR records. By providing a single platform and interface into all these functions, organizations achieve unprecedented analytic insight into their HR operations which leads to improved decision making.

About Dave Watkins, CEO and Co-Founder with Softscape

Dave Watkins is CEO and co-founder of Softscape, and leads the strategic direction and vision of Softscape which has made the company a category leader in the HR technology industry. Dave brings over 20 years of deep domain expertise in human resources, enterprise software, and professional services consulting. 

If you missed this past week’s WebMingle, or any of our past WebMingles, please visit our web site at www.HRWebMingle.com. You will see a complete list of upcoming guests and will be able to listen to past shows.

Our next WebMingle will take place on June 26 with Ron Hanscome, VP of Product Strategy with Talent Management Systems Vendor, Kenexa. We look forward to welcoming Ron to the HRchitect WebMingle.

We hope to have you join us!

 

 

Matt Lafata, HRchitect


theHRshow 2009 Goes Virtual

April 15, 2009

 

HRchitect, the leader in HR systems strategic consulting, and the premier Human Capital Management (HCM) and Talent Management systems consulting firm, has confirmed that theHRshow 2009 is going virtual and has been extended to a three day event.

 

“As we continue to be in one of the most challenging business environments in recent memory, we’ve decided to postpone theHRshow on-site conference until early 2010 AND create a virtual event in place of the currently scheduled 2009 event,” stated Matt Lafata, Conference Chair for theHRshow and the Vice-President of Sales and Marketing for HRchitect.

 

Today’s economic conditions are forcing people to make smarter HR technology decisions than ever before. As a result, theHRshow was created by industry experts and senior level practitioners who know what kind of challenges HR and HRIS professionals face on a daily basis. theHRshow will include 18 virtual sessions and four moderated panel discussions of invaluable information on the puzzling world of HR Technology over a three day period. Best of all, this will all be made available FREE of charge to the HR community through the generosity of our sponsors.

Multiple tracks of sessions will take place on June 11 and June 12 around:

 

·         Talent Acquisition including Onboarding, Assessments, Background checking, and more

·         Talent Management including Compensation, Performance Management, Workforce Planning, and more

·         Emerging Trends and Technologies including Social Networking, Web 2.0, HCM portals, and more

·         HCM Strategy

·         Managing HR Systems

·         Professional Development

 

Four panel discussions will take place on June 10 from leading vendors in the areas of Onboarding Systems, Talent Management Systems, HR Systems, and Learning Management Systems.

 

“HRchitect has attended three HR related trade shows this year and each has had a fraction of the attendance they had in 2008, added Tiffany Appleby, Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications for HRchitect and theHRshow. “In looking forward to upcoming shows, we are hearing the same thing that attendance is expected to be down by 50% or more. We want to be sensitive to HR professionals in these trying times while providing a tremendous resource at the same time.”

 

theHRshow 2009 virtual conference will sessions are innovative, thought-provoking and will appeal to many different groups of people who play any role in the use of talent management and/or HR systems. The world class list of presenters and leading vendors participating in the panels have been carefully selected over the past few months. HR professionals can visit www.thehrshow2009.com to see a list of sessions and register online.

 

As the HR community knows from your past dealings with HRchitect, we don’t settle for second best in anything we do,” stated Lafata. “There are simply too many organizations cutting travel budgets for shows in 2009 so we believe it is in everybody’s best interest to provide a first-class virtual conference this June and delay the on-site conference itself until early 2010 so it can truly be the largest regional HR technology conference in the industry, as advertised.”

 

Matt Lafata, HRchitect


April 10th WebMingle Featured Cytiva Software – Next up is Verifications, Inc.

April 10, 2009

 

Our weekly web mingle is designed to give you some insight into the puzzling world of HR technology, discuss news from around the world that we find interesting, talk about upcoming events in our industry, and provide insightful interviews with people of our industry – who they are, what they do and why you should care. The WebMingle has become the most popular live Internet show in the HR technology industry!

 

The 55-minute WebMingle on April 10, the 17th in our WebMingle series, featured Ian Alexander, VP of Marketing with Cytiva Software. We touched on a number of issues related to Talent Management and Talent Acquisition including:

 

·         How Cytiva has expanded beyond Talent Acquisition into Performance Management and Onboarding.

·         What differentiates them from others in the marketplace

·         Some of the great case studies they have recently released

·         Information about their TalentTalk webcast series and their user conference this Fall

·         How Cytiva is faring in this economy

·         Cytiva’s view of trends that are affecting Talent Management

·         …and more

 

About Cytiva Software

Cytiva Software Inc. (CRX:TSX.V) provides innovative on-demand talent management software and services to mid-sized and Fortune 500 companies. Its flagship recruiting software product, SonicRecruit, allows corporations to screen applicants, automate recruiting departments, customize corporate career sites and hire great people. This premier applicant tracking system improves recruiting effectiveness, speeding up the hiring process and reducing cost per hire. Cytiva’s SonicPerform employee performance management system automates employee evaluations, aligns employees around key goals and encourages year round feedback. SonicOnboard is a full featured, web based onboarding portal that automates the forms, tasks and socialization needed to get employees productive faster.

 

About Ian Alexander, VP of Marketing with Cytiva Software

Prior to Cytiva, Ian served as President of CCHKnowledgePoint, where he transitioned the company into a leading mid-market performance management solution provider and spearheaded the sale of the company to Vurv. Prior to that, he served as Vice President of Marketing for KnowledgePoint where he was instrumental in rapidly growing the company’s revenues and developing some of software industry’s first on-demand HR applications.

 

Ian Holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from California State University, Sonoma and lives in Santa Rosa California with his wife and two children.

 

If you missed this past week’s WebMingle, or any of our past WebMingles, please visit our web site at www.HRWebMingle.com. You will see a complete list of upcoming guests and will be able to listen to past shows.

 

Our next WebMingle will take place on April 17 with Mary Poquette, Chief Compliance Officer with Verifications, Inc., background screening specialists. We look forward to welcoming Mary to the WebMingle and hope to have you join us as well.

 

We hope to have you join us!

 

Matt Lafata, HRchitect


Don’t Miss Friday’s WebMingle with Brian Platz, EVP and COO with Talent Management vendor, SilkRoad Technology

March 19, 2009

 

Our weekly WebMingle is designed to give you some insight into the puzzling world of HR technology, discuss news from around the world that we find interesting, talk about upcoming events in our industry, and provide insightful interviews with people of our industry – who they are, what they do and why you should care. The WebMingle has become the most popular live Internet show in the HR technology industry!

 

This week’s guest will be Brian Platz, EVP and COO with Talent Management vendor, SilkRoad Technology.  SilkRoad technology, inc. believes that talented employees give companies a key advantage in the marketplace. Their goal is to help you to gain that advantage by managing the entire career cycle of your employees through recruiting management, onboarding, performance management, learning management and intranet content management. They also competed in our HRchitect Beauty Pageant on Onboarding Systems in January, where they were crowned the winner!

 

Visit www.HRchitect.com/Knowledge/WebMingle to listen live on Friday, March 20 at 1pm CST to the 14th show in our WebMingle series. If you missed any of our previous WebMingles, you can also access them from that page.

 

Below is a list of some of our upcoming guests:

 

March 27 – Jon Ingham, Strategic HCM Author and Blogger and Executive Consultant with Strategic Dynamics Consultancy Services

 

April 3 – Jeff Kristick, Sr. VP of Marketing with Plateau Systems, a talent management vendor

 

April 10 – Ian Alexander, VP of Marketing with SonicRecruit, a Talent Acquisition Systems vendor

 

April 17Mary Poquette, Chief Compliance Officer with Verifications, Inc., background screening specialists

 

April 24 Sean Bisceglia, CEO of TalentDrive, a talent sourcing vendor

 

May 1 – Kimberley Kasper, VP of Marketing with SumTotal Systems, a talent management vendor

 

May 8 – Henry Griendling, Founder and Managing Partner, and Joanne Bintliff-Ritchie, Chief Strategist, from DoubleStar

 

May 15 – Tim Clifford, President and CEO of Workscape, a compensation, benefits and talent management vendor

 

May 22 – Jerome Ternynck, CEO of MrTed, a talent acquisition systems vendor

 

May 29 – Sybll Romley, President & CEO of Spectrum, an HRIS vendor

 

June 5 – Larry Dunivan, SVP, HCM Global Products with Lawson, a leading ERP vendor

 

June 12 – No WebMingle due to theHRshow 2009

 

June 19 – Dave Watkins, CEO of Softscape, a talent management systems vendor

 

We look forward to welcoming Brian Platz and SilkRoad Technology to the WebMingle this Friday and hope to have you join us as well.

 

Matt Lafata, HRchitect


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