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Special Report: Human Capital Management


What are the benefits of becoming a truly talent-centric workplace?


June 2014

Right now, you can register for the Human Capital Institute (HCI)’s June 19 webcast featuring Lesley Hoare, Oracle’s vice president of Human Capital Management Transformation. There you will learn more about Oracle HCM and HCI research, which explores “how critical collaboration, analytic insights, and mobile technology are for supporting a talent-centric work environment.”

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Here, find out about more about the technology and trends shaking up traditional workplace models, such as big data and flexible work models. Plus, a new photo essay from the May issue of Oracle’s Profit magazine showcases what happened at Oracle’s HCM World in Las Vegas.

The Internet of Things Is Really the Internet of People
“CEOs must demonstrate a commitment to employees by becoming champions for HR systems that empower every employee to fully understand his or her job, how it ties into the corporate framework, what’s expected of them, what training is available, and how they can use an embedded social network to communicate, collaborate and excel,” writes Oracle President Mark Hurd.

Human Touch
It was all about people at Oracle HCM World 2014.

5 Ways Chief HR Officers Can Impact The Bottom Line
CHROs must help their company increase sales and create new sources of revenue—now and forever.

Five Ideas: Human Capital Management
Hear from thought leaders about navigating the big changes taking place in workforce management so you can keep your business growing and your talent happy.

Oracle's Larry Ellison: How to Manage Your Most Precious Assets
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison says HCM has emerged as one of the two most important functions in business—the other being customer service.

What Larry Ellison Thinks About HCM—and Why I Think He's Spot On
“Smart HCM solutions must help executives engage with talent – even before candidates become employees. These solutions need to be easy-to-use, and allow for seamless collaboration among team members anywhere on the globe. And they need to provide executives and managers with new insights into how they can best use their talent to drive value in the company.” says Bertrand Dussert, vice president of HCM Transformation and Thought Leadership, Oracle.

Movin' On Up
Career expert Karen Armon answers Profit readers' questions about jobs in the tech sector: “The single best way to find a job is through your network, which represents 80 percent of how individuals find work today.”

HR Should Hire 'Scary' Data People
“Known as data scientists or quants, these whizzes can be scary to more-traditional CHROs and HR leadership teams, because they don't think or speak in traditional HR terms,” says Bertrand Dussert, vice president of HCM Transformation and Thought Leadership, Oracle.

Modern HR or How to Earn Your Employees Every Day
“To refocus HR around the employee experience, we need to move beyond transactions to address four important business needs: a talent-centric view of the workforce, tools and policies that encourage collaboration, applications that are engaging and mobile, and the insights that management needs to predict the business impact of HR efforts,” says Gretchen Alarcon, vice president, Human Capital Management Strategy.

10 Trends Driving The Mandate For Modern HCM
At Oracle HCM World in Las Vegas, Chief Information Officers, and other CXOs and stakeholders talked about the business forces driving HCM transformation, and what their companies are doing to become HCM leaders. Get a recap of 10 key trends they discussed.

Good Work
“The Good Jobs Strategy begins with a different philosophy of doing business. And that philosophy is not to see employees as costs to be minimized, but rather see them as engines as growth and profit,” says Zeynep Ton, a professor of operations management at the MIT Sloan School of Management and the author of The Good Jobs Strategy.



Movin' On Up
Career expert Karen Armon answers Profit readers' questions about jobs in the tech sector: “The single best way to find a job is through your network, which represents 80 percent of how individuals find work today.”

Closer to Home
Should human capital management activity move away from shared service centers?

Staying Flexible
“Now, instead of being seen as a perk, a mobile and flexible work style is being more broadly accepted as the optimal way to work—whether that's a home office, a flexible workspace, headquarters, or traveling on business,” says Emily Klein, an author of Workshift: Future-Proof Your Organization for the 21st Century.

 
 
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