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Special Report: Human Capital Management

July 2016

In July and August, Oracle executives are hosting the Oracle HCM Webcast Series to help organizations learn to drive engagement, deliver information, and adapt their organizations to take advantage of modern cloud capabilities.


Here, find out more about this online series. Plus, learn from business leaders and Oracle’s own executives about how to face today’s talent management challenges, including how a move to the cloud can help your company get ahead.

Five Do's And Don'ts for Deploying HR Cloud Applications
Companies must ask some important questions—of themselves, of their human capital management cloud vendors, and of implementation partners.

Samuel, Son & Co. Builds a Single Workforce View with Oracle HCM Cloud
Samuel, Son & Co. has embarked on a massive centralization project that will consolidate workforce data from 100 steel service centers and manufacturing sites across Canada and the United States onto a common cloud-based platform.

OHUG’s Doug Reed: Pace of Change, Globalization, Integration Top HR Challenges
HR leaders have earned an increasingly important position at the executive table in many organizations by implementing strategic workforce planning.

Joining Forces: 4 Ways HR Is Stronger with Financial Insights
When it comes to metrics, human resources pros can’t lose their cool.

Meet the Modern Learner: 4 Reasons Your Learning Programs Need to Change
Employee-owned learning programs separate the leaders from the laggards. But before you can create a successful employee-owned learning program, you need to understand your employees better.

A Successful Roadmap to the HCM Cloud
“To understand where to start the journey, organizational leaders should first complete an assessment of their HCM applications and their readiness for a move to the cloud,” says Oracle Insight’s Peter Jahnke.

Keep Calm and Analyze On
When it comes to metrics, human resources pros can’t lose their cool.

The Comfort Zone
“So much of what work is is awkwardness, and little mistakes that we have to get past, and confusion that we have to navigate, and awkward small talk that we have to make work,” says Ross McCammon, author of Works Well with Others.

Fast and Furious
Fast and Furious “In this new world of service orientation, we need people who welcome change,” says Hernan Capdevila, vice president of applications development at Oracle.

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