Oracle HCM World is where human resources, talent management, and business leaders come together each year to hear from industry influencers, share best practices, and learn how forward-thinking organizations are employing modern HR to transform their organizations.
Right now, you can view presentations from March’s Oracle HCM World, including highlights from Oracle CEO Mark Hurd’s keynote. The stories featured in this special report will give you insight into current talent management trends, such as the secrets to managing millennials, and more.
Take This Template And Shove It: How We See Managing Millennials
From Oracle CEO Mark Hurd: “Increasingly, executives are managing people with an age gap of around 44 years between them.”
Managers know: The millennial generation is a force to be reckoned with.
Is Salsa Dancing Key to Employee Engagement?
What’s one way to make your employees want to stick around a little longer? Show them how much you appreciate them. And now several companies are making it a little easier to say thanks.
Connecting With Employee Wellness
Two HR practitioners discuss the evolving enterprise responsibility for employee well-being.
How to Achieve Talent Management Excellence in Your Organization
“Fortunately, following a few best practices in human resource management can give HR teams the capabilities they need to effectively attract and retain talent,” says Madhur Chaturvedi, director on the Oracle Insight team.
How Can Project-Driven Organizations Get the Most Out of Their Talent?
“To achieve operational excellence and maximize the revenue generated per employee, project-driven organizations need to build a dedicated HR strategy that strikes the right balance between the project’s revenue potential and the level of resources and time invested,” says Romain Maillart, senior director on the Oracle Insight team.
Persistence of Vision
“We are always looking for better ways to recruit the right people. What have changed are the tools we have at our disposal for finding and engaging them,” says Joyce Westerdahl, chief human resource officer at Oracle.
Employees in the Clickstream
“By better segmenting the population and understanding what drives each group’s behaviors, CHROs will learn how frequently to communicate and what style of communication works best for each employee category,” says Bertrand Dussert, vice president of human capital management transformation at Oracle.
“The more policies and programs you create for flexibility for family and medical leave, and for investing in the health and welfare of people, the more you’re going to be able to attract and retain workers,” says Leading the Life You Want author Stewart Friedman.
Five Ideas: Human Capital Management
Hear from thought leaders, including Oracle’s own talent management experts, about how today’s smart managers are leveraging new solutions, including new technology, to engage their employees and create healthier, happier organizations.