Getting interviewed by Steve George of HRNEurope at HR Tech Europe in London
We see lists of best places to work appear every year. They are great for employees and those interested, but how about for the organization? Does having a healthy and engaging company culture translate into success? Dr. Andrew Chamberlain, Chief Economist of Glassdoor took a closer look at how such companies performed.
Software developers are not like others. There is a difference in the culture that people in these roles grow up with. My career began in this space, and at first, I used to think it was an American thing. In the years of talking to and working with developers and […]
When we speak of social business systems integrated with enterprise processes, people tend to imagine large company that is undertaking a significant project to transform some aspect of their business. Many vendors aim products for large businesses with many thousands of employees or people participating in the activity. It is […]
Dave Ulrich’s widely adopted model separates the roles in HR into four specializations (see Fig 1). The trouble here is that analytics has a strong part in all these roles, while it has historically been the domain of the Administrative expert, particular among those who run HR Information Systems/Services (HRIS). […]
Originally posted on Rawn Shah – Connected Business – Forbes http://www.forbes.com/sites/rawnshah/2015/04/13/taking-hr-analytics-beyond-technologists/
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Why do peacocks have impressive tails when they are heavy, burdensome and possibly life-threatening in their natural environments? Starlings chirp even more loudly as they approach danger, making predators aware of their location, but warning other starlings away. Likewise, why do folks like Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and others drop […]
Which of these three do you think is more effective at creating Commitment: Anger, Calm or Happiness? In reading Eyal Winter’s book, Feeling Smart: Why Our Emotions Are More Rational Than We Think (PublicAffairs, Dec 2014), I came across an interesting research in psychology that describes the human condition. His […]
Lecko’s Enterprise Social Networks study also looked the tools that suit external communities, usually customer-facing or for partners. I was thinking earlier that the study did not include companies like Lithium in their study but was proved wrong in this chart. While not in their deep analysis per tool later in the document, they do list them here.
Their description of the groupings:
They indicate that most ESNs “are a long way behind social CRM specialists (Dimelo and Lithium)”. I’ve not watched Dimelo before (based in Paris & Munich) but it makes sense in catering to the French top 40 companies. Lithium frequently ranks as a winner in CRM Idol, the industry awards for this product category.
The big gap between the functional capabilities of these two compared to the ESN pack is so stark, it is hard to ignore. The capabilities if you interested are as follows:
This doesn’t seem like asking for much, but I would gather the difference is in the quality and depth of the offerings.