As I’ve mentioned many times, the HR Technology market is too big and too exciting to ignore. Today, in a bold move, ServiceNow introduced a comprehensive new product for employee skills intelligence, learning, career management, and talent mobility.
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LinkedIn Learning has been one of the most fascinating success stories in HR Technology. It all started in 2015 when LinkedIn acquired Lynda.com, a pioneering provider of high-quality video learning designed for creative professionals.
I knew Lynda.com well before the acquisition, and when they became part of LinkedIn I had to ask myself “what ... Read more»
In a flurry of new HR Tech products released this week, one definitely warrants attention. SAP SuccessFactors, the largest HCM vendor in the world, introduced its most significant release in a decade. While it doesn’t have a specific name, I call it SuccessFactors Next-Gen HCM.
Here’s what it’s all about.
As most of you ... Read more»
The corporate training industry is over $320 billion in size and growing in importance every day. Companies are struggling with employee retention, transformation, and challenges with hybrid work while technologies and industries change faster than ever. How can CEOs and CHROs keep up? The answer is very clear: build an enterprise capability in learning, capability ... Read more»
Today Gloat, one of the leading players in the Talent Marketplace space, announced a $90 Million investment from Generation Investment Management, the firm led by Al Gore.
This story has two parts: first the large investment in Gloat, and second the thinking beyond a Sustainability fund investing in HR Tech.
Why Gloat Is So Highly ... Read more»
Today was some big news. ServiceNow, the leader in enterprise workflow and employee experience platforms, announced the acquisition of Hitch, a small player in the massive market for skills technology and talent marketplace solutions. This puts ServiceNow in direct competition with Workday, Oracle, SAP, and a flurry of others, and opens up the big ... Read more»
The Talent Marketplace space is red hot. Driven by the hot job market, companies are snatching up tools to improve internal mobility and the Talent Marketplace segment has become essential.
This space, pioneered by vendors like Gloat and Fuel50, was designed to use AI and skills inference to help employees find internal jobs, roles, projects, ... Read more»
As the job market heats up again, companies are even more frantic to hire, reskill, and move people into new roles. And this has forced HR organizations to radically rethink what they do.
Let me suggest a major trend, one that we’ll uncover in our upcoming research on excellence in talent acquisition. Is it ... Read more»
Now that companies are having such a hard time hiring, there is a massive trend toward the internal Talent Marketplace. As I described in my HR Technology 2022 speech last week, this is a bold new market, one which eventually become a standard part of every company’s infrastructure.
We can now welcome iCIMS to ... Read more»
Of all the changes going on in business, none is quite as disruptive as the shift to a marketplace model. While all companies have CEOs, senior leaders, and many forms of management, employees are more empowered and unleashed than ever. And this means that CEOs and managers can no longer “tell people what to ... Read more»
In this podcast I talk about the big changes coming from the pandemic recovery, which I call The Calm Before The Storm. And it’s a lot more than Hybrid Work.
- The rapid economic growth and stormy, disrupted labor market
- The financial storm and likely change in financial, asset, crypto, and digital currencies
- The US
One of the more disruptive HR Tech vendors is Degreed. I met with the founders early on (David Blake and later Chris McCarthy) and they had a vision: reinvent the way people develop their careers (not exactly a new idea). Initially the company intended to build a B2C network of professionals learning from each other, ... Read more»
Over the last five years companies have been working to improve internal talent mobility. Not only does it save money on recruiting, it enables companies to find internal expertise which is often hidden in the organization. And it creates a strong sense of engagement and belonging in the workforce.
Why is this such a big ... Read more»
The Talent Marketplace is one of the most exciting innovations in business and HR. What is it and why is it so important, especially now?... Read more»