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Workday’s 8/24/2016 Earnings Call — Non-Financial Thoughts - by @infullbloomus
"I take a lot of teasing from my colleagues because of my emphasis on (some would say devotion to) some very specific design principles for enterprise software. One of these is interrogatory configuration. But what may have looked like foolish devotion to many is critical, in my view, to the vendor’s economics as well as to the customer’s sanity in the continuous implementation of true SaaS."
preferred  architectural  behaviors  saas  vocabulary  shapes  our  thinking  workday 
september 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 — Your HR Technology Portfolio Contains Three Types Of HCM Applications - by @infullbloomus
"When I look across all of HRM with the most expansive and contemporary perspective on work and workers (so here I include humanoid robots as workers but clearly not persons), I see the need and market for three very different types of applications. I’ve chosen to call these (making it very obvious that I am NOT a marketing guru) utility, core and niche applications."
enterprise  software  hr  tech  hrm  hrmds  ksaocs  vocabulary  shapes  our  thinking 
may 2015 by jonerp

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