Workforce planning in an age of apparent skills shortage is still rooted in the idea that employees are a set of functions that have to be ticked off. This isn't planning, it's a transaction. The new world of work needs something better.
Many academics looking to the future see uncertainty with the potential impact on jobs as a source of concern. Can a study of the K-wave help us?
In this edition: HR tech hype hits the fever pitch, time to deconstruct. Plus: cybersecurity hits the headlines - time for the ten immutable laws of security. Plus: data science in HCM, and diversity at Dreamforce. Your whiffs include chatbot hyperbole, and some not-so-usual suspects.
The advent of AI, machine learning and software bots will bring displacement to the workforce. It's time to rethink your career, warns Unit4's Thomas Staven
It's been a long time a-coming but I think we have finally got the bones of what an SAP S/4 HANA business case ought to look like. Here it is, along with some numbers.
Can acquisition by Indian outsourcer Wipro put cloud IT services pioneer Appirio back in contention for market leadership against Accenture Deloitte et al?
The HR Tech conference ought to be a celebration of the best the industry can show. Instead, we saw far too much hype. Here's where we deconstruct what's going on.
Ossur Technologies, an Icelandic manufacturer of non-invasive orthopaedics equipment, has upped its investment in cloud-based HR as it expands into new territories.
SAP's Q3 FY2016 was marginally above expectations at the top line, albeit marred by heavy currency impact. Stock based compensation hit margin.The company ups outlook.
Indian IT services and outsourcing giant Wipro buys Appirio, a pioneer cloud integrator with big Salesforce and Workday practices
Diversity was a dominant theme at this year's Dreamforce. Madeline Bennett sums up some of her top learnings from the week.