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How Does “The Internet of Things” Change HR Workforce Planning?

by Frans Smolders, SAP

Everything seems connected to the internet. From cars and mobile phones to the fridge and the lawn mower. The future of machine-to-machine technology seems inevitable as people demand smarter applications to fulfill their ever-growing hunger for new information and their desire to do things quicker and better.

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Today’s Headline: Workforce Analytics Re-imagined

by Kouros Behzad, Director, HR Line of Business, SAP

Most HR and IT organizations face complexity in assembling and communicating insight to business leaders, especially when working with workforce data. Business intelligence (BI) based analytics often prompt follow-on questions that are hard to address in a timely manner.

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Workforce Planning and Analytics at SAPPHIRE NOW 2013 and ASUG

by Kouros Behzad, Director, HR Line of Business, SAP

Analytics and “Big Data” continue to be a hot topic, and this year’s SAPPHIRE NOW + ASUG Annual Conference on May 14-16, 2013 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, will feature demo theater presentations, education sessions, and microforums that will allow you to dive deep into SAP’s strategy and solutions for workforce analytics and planning on the cloud and on-premise.

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Workforce Planning and Analytics at February’s Human Capital Institute Conference

By Mick Collins, Principal Consultant, Workforce Analytics & Planning, SuccessFactors, an SAP company

Next month features the Human Capital Institute 2013 Workforce Planning and Analytics Conference, which, for me, is one of the best events of the year for HR metrics practitioners. The event is February 5-7 in Atlanta, GA.

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My Brain Is Full – An Information-Packed SAPPHIRENOW Madrid Day Three

When I was in graduate school, one of my favorite t-shirts had a Far Side cartoon on it that read, “Mr. Osborne, may I be excused? My brain is full.”

That’s how I feel after finishing day three of SAPPHIRENOW Madrid. From James Fisher’s presentation on key trends in analytics to Dr. Vishal Sikka’s keynote at day’s end, day three of SAPPHIRENOW Madrid was jammed packed with analytics insights.

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