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    Apr022019

    PODCAST: #HRHappyHour 369 - Driving Improvements with Cloud Technology in Higher Ed

    HR Happy Hour 369 - Driving Improvements with Cloud Technology in Higher Ed

    Hosts: Steve BoeseTrish McFarlane

    Guest: Jennifer Martindale, Office of Continuous Improvement, Boise State University

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    Recorded Live at Oracle Modern Business Experience

    Today on the HR Happy Hour Show recorded live at the Oracle Modern Business Experience event, Steve and Trish were joined by Jennifer Martindale of Boise State University to talk about their journey to the cloud for their administrative systems like ERP, Finance, and now with HCM systems.

    On the show, Jennifer shared some of their experiences along their path, the challenge of building consensus, managing change at the University, and how they are driving continuous improvement enabled by the shift to modern, cloud-based technologies.

    You can listen to the show on the show page HERE, on your favorite podcast app, or by using the widget player below:

    This was a really interesting and fun conversation with one of the leaders from a large, complex higher ed environment and has relevant lessons and takeaways for any organization who are also making HR and HR system transformation efforts.

    Learn more about Oracle HCM at www.oracle.com/HCM

    Remember to subscribe to the HR Happy Hour Show wherever you get your podcasts.

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