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    PODCAST - #HRHappyHour 261 - Impact of Digital Transformation on HCM

    HR Happy Hour 261 - Impact of Digital Transformation on HCM

    Hosts: Trish McFarlane, Steve Boese

    Guests: Charles Cagle, SVP of HCM Development, Strategy & Operations, Infor
    Bill Vellante, VP & General Manager HCM, Infor

    Listen HERE

    In this special episode, Trish shares a recording from a recent webinar she facilitated for Infor with guests, Charles Cagle and Bill Vellante.  It was a lively conversation about the modern world of business and how organizational leaders strive to understand people processes by purchasing technology.  Doing so requires strong business acumen, deep organizational knowledge, and a clear comprehension of how all leaders in an organization can help lead a true digital HR transformation—imperative for driving desired business outcomes.

    You can listen to the show on the show page HERE, or by using the widget player below: (Email and RSS subscribers will need to click through)

    This was a really fun show, and we hope you enjoy it.

    Thanks to Infor for partnering on the webinar.  For more inforamtion about this topic or how Infor can help your organization, please visit www.Infor.com.  

    To watch the full webinar, please visit: http://www.infor.com/company/webcasts/hcmarchive/generalhcm-rwct/20160727-hcm-executive-perspectives.

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