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    « ANNOUNCEMENT: The HR Happy Hour Podcast Network | Main | Vacation wrap-up: What I did wrong, did right, and what I'd do differently next time »
    Tuesday
    Aug022016

    VIDEO: Human Talks Show with guest Brent Skinner, Nucleus Research

    A few weeks ago at the Oracle HCM World event in Chicago, I had the chance to partner with HR Happy Hour Show co-host and H3 HR Advisors CEO Trish McFarlane to record a video interview series titled "Human Talks" from the show floor.

    I am excited to share this new video series that we did in partnership with Oracle. The Human Talks series is a show very similar to the HR Happy Hour Podcast where Trish and I were able to talk to HCM practitioners, analysts, and Oracle partners about some of the big issues, trends, and technologies in the HR and HR technology realms. Each episode is approximately 5 - 10 minutes or so, and well worth your time in hearing what is happening in the world of HCM. Please check out the first episode with one of our favorite industry analysts, Brent Skinner, Principal Analyst at Nucleus Research. You can check out the video HERE, or on the widget player below (email and RSS subscribers click through to see the video).

    In this episode, Brent shares information on what their research is uncovering about performance management and learning and the impact from HCM technology. He also touches on how predictive analytics plays out in the workplace. Be sure to connect with Brent and Nucleus Research to learn more. 

    This was a fun series of interviews and I will share future episodes of Human Talks as they are posted. 

    Thanks to Trish and to our friends at Oracle for making this project possible.

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      Scientist are the most important person in the state they help the government to make powerful and also make them nuclear power and also having great contribution to find the antidote of dangerous diseases. I like that research on nucleus by Brent Skinner it’s informative.
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      A 2018 report by Oracle uncovered that HR utilizes examination more than some other vertical, exceeding even fund, a field where investigation controls a few choices. HR was additionally observed to be more positive about utilizing prescient investigation than its partners.

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