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Reprise: A Great Miracle Happened Here! - by @infullbloomus
"I could go on, but I think you get the picture. It would really be a miracle if we woke up on the last day of Chanukah to find that all of these wishes had come true. But even more important, although it has absolutely nothing to do with HRM or IT, I hope that the miracles of good health (mental, physical, and financial) are granted to each and every one of you."
holiday  thoughts  hr  tech  looking  back  forward 
december 2017 by jonerp
Women In Tech, ‘Firing Line’, And Naomi’s World - by @infullbloomus
"Toughest of all, and those for whom I have the greatest respect, are the single parents carrying the full load of breadwinning, child and home care. And while salaries in technology can be quite generous, they can be much less so on the bottom rungs, in the many adjunct roles that don’t require quite as much education, and when that single parent cannot manage full-time work."
enterprise  software  looking  back  forward  naomi's  speaking  engagements 
august 2016 by jonerp
From Human Resource Management To Worker Management Or ??? - by @infullbloomus
"I’d like to change our collective vocabulary from HRM to WFM (workforce management), but that abbreviation has been in long use to describe the functions and software that manage scheduling, time and attendance, and related processes. Could I repurpose WFM to a much broader use? Probably not given the marketing $$ committed to its traditional meaning. So what’s a language precisionist supposed to do?"
hrm  it  intersection  humanoid  robots  looking  back  forward  vocabulary  shapes  our  thinking 
february 2016 by jonerp
Modest Rant — No HCM Pain/Rethink/Disruption, Then Little Business Gain - by @infullbloomus
"This post evolved from my Twitter reactions to a range of marketing messages and advertorials which make it sound as though their current on-premise customers, as well as the on-premise customers of other vendors, could get all the benefits of business innovation enabled by next generation HCM software without much rethinking, redesigning, and disruption. Dare I say balderdash!"
"killer"  hrmds  scenarios  business  outcomes  change  management  debunking  calling  out  enterprise  software  hr  tech  hrm  licensed  on-premise  looking  back  forward 
february 2015 by jonerp
Modest Rant — HCM SaaS Economics - by @infullbloomus
"Unless your organization is operating in the same environment as it did 20+ years ago, doing pretty much the same things within pretty much the same competitive landscape (and this is true for NO ONE), then the cost of technology-enabled innovation should be the focus of any cost comparison between on-premise or faux SaaS/”cloud” and true SaaS."
"killer"  hrmds  scenarios  hcm  debunking  calling  out  enterprise  software  hr  tech  hrm  looking  back  forward  models  modeling  preferred  architectural  behaviors  saas 
february 2015 by jonerp

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