technology

Bridging the Gap between HR Technology and Operational Excellence

Recently, The Business Transformation Network hosted an event on “HR TechOps - Bridging the Gap between HR Tech and Operational Excellence”, which is a topic of growing importance in business today. The main questions the conversation revolved around were:

1.     What HR Technology platforms are being implemented and how is the implementation process going?

2.     How can HR technology be used to improve efficiency and employee experience?

Hiring Better People with Significant Time Savings with Predictive Hire

So what were Employsure’s business objectives for using our technology?
• Hire people who will stay and perform.
• Accelerate sales growth through reducing time to hire.
• Decrease direct and indirect cost of hiring in the recruitment process through the use of technology.

Our growth ambition is high. Growth comes from hiring great people who stay and achieve exceptional results. UsingPredictiveHire’s technology helps us to do that efficiently. Michael Morris, Head of Talent

Three factors marginalising the historical role of the CISO by Jean-Christophe Gaillard

The last SASIG meeting in London on 8th May 2018 examined the role and career of the CISO. It is hard to walk out of an event like this one not feeling that a number of things are seriously going round in circle in the security industry.

Procurement's Technological Insanity — The reality of change (Part 4/4) by Bertrand Maltaverne

This last post on the series on the adoption of Procurement technology will highlight what actually happens during a change.

It is only with a good understanding of these aspects that change leaders can conduct fruitful and lasting change initiatives.


The Kübler-Ross change curve…

A classic representation of a person’s reaction to change is the Elisabeth Kübler-Ross change curve. It describes the emotional phases people go through when they lose someone:

Beware of the blob by Alex Butler

‘Well,' I said. ‘Eventually, the blob will get you. It’s important to run as fast as you can in the early days of your transformation, because organisations have an in-built protection mechanism; the ability to morph into a blob of slime that will eventually catch up with you, surround you in slime and kill you off’.

Procurement’s technological insanity — Repeating the same mistakes over and over… (Part 3/4) by Bertrand Maltaverne

“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” –Albert Einstein

Here is the third post in a series of four that focuses on the adoption of Procurement technologies.

After looking at:

Procurement’s technological insanity — The psychology of change… (Part 2/4) by Bertrand Maltaverne

This is the second post in a series of four that focuses on the adoption of Procurement technologies. It will highlight some important aspects of the psychology of change because:

  • they explain why so many projects fail,
  • they must be taken into account to design a successful implementation.

The problem with changes…

“The only thing that is constant is change” — Heraclitus

What was true in Ancient Greece is even truer today. Especially when looking at changes induced by or linked to technology.