Another strong quarter for Salesforce with some global nuances taking shape.
Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia will head up the UK arm of Salesforce as the Brexit clock counts down...
Visier is a pioneer in HR analytics and remains its senior statesman provider. Here’s an update on the company, its newest additions to the product line and its competitive standing.
I went to Zoholics 2019 determined to dig into the secrets behind Zoho University. What I learned qualifies for my next 2019 highlights installment.
2019 highlights - IBVI puts the blind and visually impaired to work, and Oracle Cloud Applications fuels their efforts
Next up in my 2019 highlight series: a talk at Oracle MBX 2019 with one of the most impressive projects I've seen all year. IBVI's mission to employ the visually impaired brings a new angle to cloud ERP.
Diversity and inclusion policies matter - and so does the practicality of putting them into real-world action.
Cultivate the weak ties in your network and list three things you did brilliantly every day.
For employer-employee relations, the times they are, indeed, changing as public awareness about numerous social problems increases. What's happening?
Unilever has over 400 brands that touch on the lives of billions of people around the world. It's also got some powerful digital and diversity goals.
HSBC is coming to the end of an award-winning, 'largest in history' global HR transformation project involving 275,000 people worldwide on SAP SuccessFactors HCM and payroll
Salesforce International President Miguel Milano - Brexit prep is under control, but Europe's skills "catastrophe" needs an academic approach
A catch-up with Salesforce's International President against a backdrop of Brexit, venture capital and Europe's skills "catastrophe".
Enterprise hits and misses - Industry 4.0 gets a progress report, as the workplace diversity problem shifts to skills
This week - Industry 4.0 gets a gut check. Also: the workplace diversity push shifts focus - to training and skills development. Google Cloud burps, and I pay tribute to the end of iTunes - in the whiffs section.