A few months ago, a client disclosed to me they had over 1,000 candidates who had inadvertently been "lost" in their applicant tracking system; some of these profiles were over 16 months old.
The word hacker, for most, conjures up images of a dark figure in a hoodie hunched over a keyboard.
I'm a LEAN practitioner and have, for years now, been totally excited when watching teams innovate and improve their work flows, processes and systems. What I have always loved about LEAN is that it requires the people who do the work be asked or participate in the improvement of the work. Novel concept, eh? Being an ornery consultant, I take this one step further and rarely let supervisors or managers "in the room" when brainstorming or ideation is occurring as they are the ultimate killjoys.
My favorite part of last year’s HR Technology Conference was the first annual discussion of the experiences, roles, and leadership of women in HR technology. I love learning about new software, capabilities, and people’s experiences using those tools. But understanding the intersection of people and technology will always be the part that lights me up.
“We need more women in leadership roles.”
Event Agenda Celebrates Conference’s 20th Anniversary Featuring Incredible Lineup of HR Technology Leaders and Industry Experts
Former Google SVP of HR and Best-Selling Author Laszlo Bock to Deliver Keynote at 20th Annual HR Technology Conference and Exposition®
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