The notion of flat hierarchies is de rigeur at the moment, not least in the digital start-up space. But the first signs of a backlash are starting to make themselves felt as it becomes clear the approach is not quite the panacea for innovation that some initially thought.
It's time for PSA to come out of the back office and take its place as a revenue generator, FinancialForce CEO Tod Nielsen tells us
Many new HR products get funded every year. The overwhelming majority are launched by well-meaning sorts, but not every solution will succeed in the market. Consider Financial Wellness.
Work management brings oversight to digital collaboration and it's going to be as big in the enterprise as CRM, Asana co-founder Justin Rosenstein tells me
The most imperfect technologies out there might be in Recruiting. And some of the biggest problems are in job boards and social media sites as they operate opaque, low-value-add opportunities for jobseekers. Here’s the status and suggestions for change.
The most imperfect technologies out there might be in Recruiting. Here’s the status and suggestions for change.
Ultimate, a major HR vendor, is going private and many are speculating about how the deal will affect employees, customers and top executives. But shouldn’t we be discussing other factors, too (e.g., how the private-equity deal financing will affect things)?
Providing a service that can put freelances and employers together on honest and productive terms may well class as a 'good thing', but how to do it?
It's a challenging time for professional services. I caught up with Sean Hoban, CEO of PSA vendor Kimble, to get his perspective on what's ahead
Lessons learned on accessibility, inclusion and diversity at RedMonk’s Monki Gras - listen up and take action
RedMonk’s Monki Gras was this year dedicated to the topics of accessibility, inclusion and diversity. The main takeaway being, designing for everyone will result in a better service/product in the end. Also, it’s just the right thing to do.
Fears of mechanically-induced societal chaos are nothing new but do we understand enough about a robot driven future to make the right decisions for the future of work?