April 15 HRchitect WebMingle Featured TEDS; Next Up is HumCap

April 19, 2010

 

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 weekly Internet show in the HR technology industry! It has truly redefined how people get information about vendors, trends and really anything related to HR technology.

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 50-minute WebMingle on April 15th, the 57th show in our WebMingle series, featured Joe Ellis, President and CEO of TEDS. Joe coined the term “People Resource Planning” and we spent time discussing that concept, how it differs from Talent Management, and more insight from Joe’s long tenure in the Talent Management space. We discussed: 

  • What People Resource Planning is all about
  • How People Resource Planning differs from Talent Management
  • TEDS hitting 20 years in 2009
  • The TEDS Consortium
  • What led to the development of the first true LMS
  • The importance of integration in Talent Management
  • …and so much more

About TEDS

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. 

About Joe Ellis, 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.

If you missed this past week’s WebMingle, or any of our past WebMingles, please visit our web site or 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 22 with Tad McIntosh, President and CEO of HumCap. We look forward to welcoming Tad to the HRchitect WebMingle on Thursday.

We hope to have you join us!

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


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