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If You Don’t Ask The Right Qs, You Get The Answers You Deserve! - by @infullbloomus #hr
"Unfortunately, it usually takes a broader planning effort to make sure that sir/madam HR leader isn’t playing that loser’s game of whack-a-mole in resolving these types of questions. You know that game: no sooner do you put one question to rest than two more rear their ugly heads, and soon you’re entangled, not unlike Gulliver, by a hairball of these issues."
debunking  calling  out  enterprise  software  hr  tech  conference  hrm  hrmds  licensed  on-premise  m&a  pe  ownership  changes  models 
september 2016 by jonerp
Prepare Your Questions For #HRTechWorld and #HRTechConf - by @infullbloomus
"For 2015, I’ve done a thorough update and added more of my own thoughts on the answers to these questions. So what you’re getting here is a mix: lots of questions with my current thoughts on the answers to some of them. But please note that this is really intended as a “starter kit” of possible questions rather than a definitive list."
debunking  calling  out  enterprise  software  follow  the  yellow  brick  road  hrm  bpo  hrmds  licensed  on-premise  metrics  analytics  saas 
october 2015 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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