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The Top 10 Disruptions In HR Technology: Ignore Them At Your Peril

techThe HR technology landscape, which is now more than a $15 billion market in software, is exploding with growth and innovation.  We are tracking more than 100 new startups in social and referral recruiting, talent analytics, assessment science, online learning, and mid-market core HR systems. New tools to help manage employee communications, engagement, recognition, and ... Read more»

Blowout Quarter at LinkedIn: Now the Talent Acquisition Machine (+Slideshare)

Another amazing quarter from LinkedIn: revenues of $188.5 Million, up 101%, with the “hiring solutions” business now driving $102.6 Million or 54% of company revenue. LinkedIn’s revenues in the corporate recruiting market are now larger than Taleo, SuccessFactors, Kenexa, and nearly every other software company which sells recruiting solutions.

Let me highlight some of the ... Read more»

Badges Swarm the Internet (and soon Intranet)

Over the last year we’ve observed the “gamification” of various web-based systems.  Social learning systems now have “leaderboards” to show who uploaded the most highly ranked content.  Sales training applications in pharmaceutical companies give employees “virtual money” for making the sale.  Feedback and social recognition systems like Rypple and ILuvRewards encourage employees to ... Read more»

LinkedIn IPO: Witness The Recruiting Machine

Today LinkedIn went public with a huge (somewhat controversial) valuation of 80 times 2011 earnings and and around 21X 2011 expected revenue. This makes the company worth around $8.9 billion. The company’s total revenues hit $243M in 2010 and are likely to be around $400m in 2011. This is an amazing story of entrepreneurial success ... Read more»

LinkedIn IPO – A Radical Transformation in Corporate Recruiting Begins

Today LinkedIn announced its long-awaited IPO.  The numbers tell a story: this company is going to radically transform corporate recruiting.

Here are a few of the important statistics to consider.

What it is: LinkedIn positions itself as a social network for professionals (“professionals are defined as individuals with a career, built on distinctive qualifications”) – ... Read more»

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