7th

First, a great big “AWESOMENESS!!!” to Cleveland SHRM. Nailed it last night! See the video. Wish I had more time on the vid, but I know a terrific one will be coming out soon. See all the content on the hashtag site #DisruptHRCLE.

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30th
Adapt or Die!

Billy Beane, Moneyball

A thoughtful response to Augie Ray’s Pulse Article about Linkedin Spam:

(Btw, I had to use my own blog for the response because Linkedin Pulse has a character limit for Pulse Comments. WHY???)

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5th

The story broke this week about how a 26-year-old IBM employee (Max Black, instant legend), in 24 hours, reversed an expense reporting policy which prohibited the use of Uber.

Yep! 400,000 employees worldwide, a relative newbie, 24 hours, corporate policy reversed!

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4th


Boston-JohnHancockTower

Boston-John Hancock Tower

Digital Business Principle: 

The Internet of Things (#IoT) has rapidly become the next big thing. For the last 5 years, SocialTech has inexorably advanced from a cool new set of tools, through mainstream, and now into mandatory status. Meanwhile, the persistent question, “What’s next? What’s after Social?” has grown louder and louder. Clearly, circa 2015, the answer is #IoT and its intersection with Social, Mobile/Wearable/Cloud devices, #BigData and Human Dynamics. Read the rest of this entry »

13th
Code Halos, by 3 Cognizant Execs

Code Halos, by 3 Cognizant Leaders

Imagine

You’re in New York City and your lunch date cancels last minute. It’s 12:15pm and you sense an opportunity. Tapping your Code Halo Maps App, a search of nearby restaurants reveals where people in your Code Halo are currently eating. You look at the list. Two clients and one prospect are at Keens Steakhouse one block away. It also says that there’s a 75% chance another prospect will have lunch at Keens today. Keens is the place.  Read the rest of this entry »