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Special Report: Human Capital Management

November 2014

Interested in attending Oracle HCM World 2015 in March? Right now, you can get an early bird rate by registering by December 31.


Here, learn more about the conference, which will be held in Washington D.C. Plus, get inspired by advice from experts inside and outside of Oracle about what it takes to successfully manage talent in today’s market.

Oracle CEO Mark Hurd: Make HR A Real-Time Application
“Talent is at the core of success,” Oracle CEO Mark Hurd told an audience of human resources executives on November 18 at a conference in London, England. Hurd rejected the notion that companies need to hire “the best” people generally—but said one of his primary responsibilities as CEO is to ensure the company hires “the best people for what I have to do.”

Old School Tools And Techniques Can't Win Today's Talent War
Let’s face it: If you can’t compete for talent, you’re probably not going to be able to compete for much of anything at all.

Outside of the Comfort Zone
“If you want to drive up satisfaction in your work, feed your team a steady diet of challenge,” says Liz Wiseman, author of Rookie Smarts: Why Learning Beats Knowing in the New Game of Work.

Inside Track
New Oracle program enables Oracle Customer Relationship Management and Oracle Human Capital Management customers with on-premises instances of Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle’s PeopleSoft, Siebel, and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications to convert existing support spend to Oracle Cloud applications.

Work, Disrupted
“You want to be able to hire an employee who is able to adapt to how things are changing. You want good communication skills in everything from short messages on Twitter or instant messaging to video, presentations, and Word documents,” says Jacob Morgan, author of The Future of Work.

Internal Drive
Enterprise social networks give employees new opportunities to collaborate and engage.

Creating a Successful Internal Social Network
First and foremost, make sure that it’s readily available, easy to use, and intuitive. Beyond that, here are some best practices that will help it succeed.

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