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Why Corporate Culture Should be a Key Part of your Talent Management Strategy?

When we think of corporate culture you will probably think this is something that gets prime place in the company’s website along with the company’s vision, mission, values etc, all tucked away somewhere in the “About Us” section. If scratching your

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Posted in Leadership, Talent Management

LinkedIn and – What’s Next?

This week’s biggest news in the eLearning industry is the acquisition of by LinkedIn for $1.5 Billion. This development gives me a sense of deja vu all over again 🙂 Remember what happened in the talent management and enterprise

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Posted in eLearning, Talent Management

The Future of Work

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2014 Magic Quadrant for Talent Management Suites

If you are in the market for buying Talent Management Systems, here is the latest Gartner Magic Quadrant. This year, the magic quadrant for talent management suites includes the usual suspects – IBM, Oracle and SAP as well as niche

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Talent Management Systems – Future and Reality

The Talent Management Systems market is witnessing a continued surge. Companies are either leveraging talent management functions that have remained as shelfware or implementing new SaaS solutions from vendors like Oracle, SAP (SuccessFactors), IBM (Kenexa), Cornerstone, Saba to name a

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Posted in Mobile Learning, Talent Management

Talent Management Vendors – Value Matrix

I read a recent report from Nucleus Research on how talent management vendors are moving towards providing comprehensive talent management services aka Human Capital Management (HCM). There is a valid argument that Talent Management is not HCM but I am

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Posted in LMS, Mobile Learning, Smartphones, Social Collaboration, Talent Management

Talent Management Strategies For 2014 and Beyond

I read an article titled “The New Employer-Employee Compact” that appeared in HBR earlier this year. This article was penned by Reid Hoffman, Ben Casnocha, and Chris Yeh and talks about how companies should change their talent strategies in a

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