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Handling The Pace Of Innovation: HR at the Speed of Change

“The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change” —Heraclitus In few places is this old saying more appropriate than in the HR technology space. HR has moved completely out of sight of the “Personnel Department” that they were in the

Tools for a Better Data Strategy

Awhile back I was consulting on a project where the client wanted to apply more science to their decision-making. Though my team and I did a great job assisting this client, that request has been bouncing about the recesses of

Planning Your Compensation/Variable Pay Project – Next Steps

This is part 2 in a two-part series. If you haven’t read part 1, you can read that here. Are you planning to implement SuccessFactors Compensation or Variable Pay? The intent of this blog is not to provide you answers

Don’t Assume Younger Learners Prefer to Learn Differently

“I know what I know.” The older and wiser we become, the more we stick with what we know and what works. And because of our confidence or stubbornness, we like to read articles and research that backs our experience,

Learning and Collaboration Technology Conundrum – The struggle is real!

This week, six new interns started at GP Strategies. We are thrilled to have them here for the summer, working on some great initiatives for our clients as well as future-proofing our offerings and solutions. As we worked tirelessly to

How Virtual Reality Can Make an Impact on Performance

The excitement of virtual reality (VR) has hit learning and development organizations. VR was once considered only for companies with big budgets that were also technology savvy. But now VR experiences can be developed quicker and easier than ever before.

The Corporate World Is Ready for (HR) Insights

Many articles have been written about People Analytics and the value of converting people and HR data into actionable insights to gain competitive advantages. This year seems to be one of digital transformation everywhere—and analytics is an important part of

Innovation the Introvert’s Way

Introversion Innovation While I am far from an expert in innovation, I can sometimes come up with a creative approach or out-of-the-box idea. Inspiration often strikes at the strangest times—when I am drying my hair or coloring with my four-year-old.

Your Journey to SuccessFactors: How to Prepare and What to Avoid

In a recent webinar we talked about how to prepare for a SuccessFactors implementation and what to avoid. If you were unable to join, we have gathered five key takeaways that all people who are embarking on implementing SuccessFactors should

Webinar Q&A | Anchoring Your Content Curation Strategy

The future of work and the digital era is getting a lot of attention in today’s learning and performance space. New workforce dynamics, end-to-end digital technologies, and internal/external organizational transparency all are aspects of the future of work and digital

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