Wednesday Dec 10, 2014

3 Ways HR Leaders Can Add a Competitive Edge

Originally posted on Inside HR

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HR leaders need to focus on three key areas in connecting business with HR strategy and driving commercial outcomes, according to Oracle. The first is a focus on ‘what we’re spending’ and linking workforce performance and individual and team performance with how workforce plans address growth or change in the organisation, said Aaron Green, VP HCM strategy at Oracle.

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Friday Jul 18, 2014

CHROs: If You're Not Planning Beyond 2015, You're Already Falling Behind

By Bertrand Dussert - Originally Posted on Forbes

wowThe June 8 edition of the U.K’s Telegraph newspaper reported that for the first time ever a supercomputer has passed the Turing Test for artificial intelligence, a measure of a device’s ability display human intelligence. It did so by fooling more than 30 percent of the humans interacting with it that it was a 13-year-old boy. This is an important milestone in computing and a sign of things to come for CHROs who have struggled to leverage technology and automation to manage...

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Monday Dec 16, 2013

HR Executives Need to Think Like the CMO

By Bertrand Dussert - Originally posted on Forbes

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It’s no secret that chief human resources officers (CHROs) are playing more-strategic roles within enterprises. I see it in my interactions with Oracle customers: executives in the C-suite are working to grow the business in the midst of economic volatility, increasing pressure to attract and retain high-quality talent. But the competition for all-star performers is intense, and traditional job sites and employee referral programs are quickly becoming as irrelevant as your local video rental stores.

So how can CHROs better serve the business needs of their organizations and win the battle for top talent? For a growing number of CHROs, the answer is simple: think like a chief marketing officer (CMO).

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Wednesday Nov 27, 2013

Global HR and the Next Act of Transformation

By Bertrand Dussert - Originally posted on Oracle Applications

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Over the past decade, well more than half of large organizations have rolled out some sort of HR transformation program. The exact number is closer to two thirds of the very largest global firms that have adopted some flavor of globalized / centralized HR service delivery and governance in that timeframe These efforts initially started with a desire to create scale and consistency in the HR function, as well as improve the overall economics of HR.

Many of these initiatives included the establishment of shared service capabilities that were either managed in house or outsourced to HRO providers. When fully implemented, a number of these initiatives delivered cost / transaction improvements of 15-20 percent, and sometimes, considerably more when manager and employee self-service tools were first leveraged.

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