Join us in July for our virtual events

July 6, 2021 | 3 minute read
Albert Qian
Content marketing manager for HCM
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As workers head back to the office, one thing is apparent to them and their bosses: The need for new skills. With business needs evolving quickly, organizational leaders need a strategy that will help them adapt to new economic climates and competitive challenges. 


If this describes your organization, join us for our Skills Virtual Summit this month, where you'll hear from Oracle thought leaders and customers regarding their perspectives on skills. 


FEATURED EVENT: Skills Matter—What Your Organization Needs to Survive and Thrive | July 27


Today's HR teams don't have the capacity or technology to gather skill information from employees, leaving them ill-equipped to support growth initiatives, bridge skill gaps, recruit accurately, or recommend career development. Join industry analysts, career practitioners, and Oracle HCM executives to discuss developing skills strategies that support business goals, capturing insights to improve the workforce, and maintaining skill inventory. Executives from Deutsche Bahn AG, Fujifilm, and Ithaca College will share their perspectives and how their organizations found success with a skills strategy.  


Experience productivity in seconds with the Mobile Challenge | July 8, August 12, September 9


Heat up your summer with the Mobile Challenge. No other HCM vendor delivers an engaging user experience as we do. Employees are productive anytime, anywhere, right from their mobile device. Join us for an upcoming webinar to experience Oracle Cloud HCM. You'll be guided through various self-service employee and managerial transactions and see how easy it is for your workforce to stay connected.


PeopleSoft and Cloud: Mythbusting—Is the cost-benefit of the cloud proven? | July 8


Putting a business case together to rationalize a cloud migration strategy can be daunting. Join a panel of Oracle executives to discuss building a comprehensive business case and the customers who've successfully made the move.


Interested in attending one of our events? Be sure to register soon so you can get the login details. 


Understanding Skills Management and the Underlying Tech | July 21


Since managing skills can be a messy business, a common way to understand and translate them is needed if you want to more effectively and intelligently connect people, jobs, resources, and opportunities, both for your own organization and for individuals as they move between organizations. On this State of the Industry webinar, learn about how the level of technical investment and infrastructure around skills management and leveraging AI-driven matching and recommendations will undoubtedly transform a wide range of HR-related processes. 


Global HR Implementations at Scale: What Works, What Doesn't, and How to Plan Ahead | July 29


Join this webinar featuring Ben Eubanks, Chief Research Officer of Lighthouse Research and Advisory. You'll hear practical stories to help you think about how to manage your implementation process better. Topics include global HCM technology implementation and how specific parts of the process are more closely linked with increased stress than others, indicating more precise expectations can drive better outcomes and satisfaction. 


Finally, do you have a webinar you want to see or want to learn more about how Oracle Cloud HCM can positively impact your business during uncertain times? Learn more at our website or get in touch with one of our experts. 


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Albert Qian

Content marketing manager for HCM

Albert Qian is the senior content marketing manager for the Oracle Cloud HCM Campaigns team and the editor-in-chief for this blog. He's passionate about telling the story of HR technology and how it can create better workforces.

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