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HCM: Looking for Leaders in Your Own Backyard (2 of 4)

Succession planning is a process, not a one-time strategy to check off the to-do-list. This blog series outlines key steps in the succession planning process.  To read the series from the beginning, click here. Let’s take a deeper dive into the concepts to get feel of what we are talking about: Identify key positions and the skills required to fill those positions A key position can be defined in many...

HCM: Looking for Leaders in Your Own Backyard (1 of 4)

Succession Planning….sounds good…right?  No matter the size of the company – large, small, or family owned – a succession plan is the basis of being prepared for the present and future workforce needs.  Grooming existing employees for key positions is a proactive way to create a positive impact throughout the organization. Succession planning encourages staff development and sends a message to...

Good Things Happened at Inforum 2014

When you gather today’s most innovative Infor minds and creative thinkers together, and put them all in one room (ok, one massive conference hall), something good is bound to happen, right? And some good things definitely happened at Inforum 2014. As Infor’s premier user group event, Inforum gave those who attended a chance to share ideas, compare solutions and services, even mingle about Ming.le(TM) and the...

Make Competencies a Part of Your Talent Management ‘Lifestyle’

I frequently talk about Competencies and creating a culture of Talent Management as a “lifestyle” change. And we all know change can be difficult. So—whether we’re talking about fitness, diets or  even lifestyle changes related to how you work—the experts recommend taking small steps each day to drive improvement. The same holds true when you’re looking to improve your HR initiatives. ...

HR is No Longer Just About HR.

There is no doubt that technology has changed our lives, but to what extent?  Well, let’s examine the area of Human Resources.  In the last several years, HR systems and Talent Management solutions have forced HR professionals to rethink their internal processes.  And for some, it can be quite uncomfortable. There used to be time when all HR transactions were processed in the back office by the HR staff...
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