SilkRoad Technology’s Lilith Christiansen Joins 3Sixty Insights Global Executive Advisory Council

Chicago, Ill., March 25, 2020 – SilkRoad Technology, a global software and services platform that helps organizations attract, retain and align people to their business, announced Lilith Christiansen, Chief Strategy and Product Officer, has joined the 3Sixty Insights Global Executive Advisory Council. She joins product and business leaders across human capital management and finance and enterprise resource planning on the council. 3Sixty Insights is a research firm that provides organizations guidance on streamlining initiatives and perspectives across different business lines, from finance and executive management departments to IT and HR. “We are thrilled to welcome Lilith to the Council, as her deep knowledge and extensive background make her a great addition,” said Nicholas Biron, founder and chief executive officer of 3Sixty Insights. Continue reading the release here: SilkRoad Technology’s Lilith Christiansen Joins 3Sixty Insights Global Executive Advisory Council

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3Sixty Insights #HRTechChat now available as a podcast

3Sixty Insights is happy to announce that our #HRTechChat Series is now available as a podcast on the following platforms: Apple iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/3sixty-insights/id1555291436?itsct=podcast_box&itscg=30200 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0eZJI1FqM3joDA8uLc05zz Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/3sixty-insights SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-965220588 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6aDtrRPYoCIrnkeOYZRpAQ/featured iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-3sixty-insights-78293678/ Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjkyNDY0ODI1OS9zb3VuZHMucnNz See a service missing that you use? Let our team know by emailing research@3SixtyInsights.com

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HCM Technology Report – Roundup: Udacity Makes Money; SmartRecruiters Buys Jobpal

Limeade said Larry Colagiovanni became chief technology officer, responsible for evelopment and technical strategy. He joined Limeade as vice president of R&D in April. Before that, he was VP of marketing technology and general manager of eBay Seattle. High-volume video recruiting and branding platform Heroes Jobs said Daniel Sullivan will join the company as vice president of sales and client success. He’s held positions at Monster and Professional Diversity Network. Brent Skinner joined 3Sixty Insights as director and principal analyst of its HCM research practice. Most recently, he was a principal in Cornerstone OnDemand’s Global Thought Leadership & Advisory Services. Jill Jones joined CrossCountry Consulting to head the firm’s Workday practice. Most recently, she worked at KPMG as a managing director leading sales, alliance and project teams. Financial services firm Alera Group named Brian Parker as vice president of employee benefits technology & services. Previously, he was a strategic advisor at Businessolver. Continue Reading Here.

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HR.com – HCM is to RCM what HR is to accounting

HR.com guest article by 3Sixty Insights Director & Principal Analyst Brent Skinner: Anyone who went into HCM to empower people should welcome robots as competition for humans in the workplace. It’s the swift kick this profession needs, frankly, to leave the antiseptic idea of capital management behind and help humans develop themselves for the jobs robots won’t be able to do anytime soon, if ever: Continue Reading Here.

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The Top 3 Thought Bubbles Popping Over My Head at #SHRM19

As always, the fireworks popping over our heads this Fourth of July were marvelous to behold. As for the week before that, the content at #SHRM19 was similarly crackling. While there, my fellow attendees might have been forgiven for swearing they saw the following three cartoonish light bulb–containing thought bubbles actually popping over my head… Getting Zen about Compliance Sorry to get deep—with all the compliance-related presentations at #SHRM19, it’s clear: We want to minimize the risks of compliance. We must, lest we incur fines and damage to our brands. This is why we must “get Zen” about compliance. Compliance is a way of life. Once we think we’ve finished complying, we’ll be finished for sure—as in, “toast.” As we willingly submit to the never-ending flow, we no longer bemoan the need to comply, but embrace compliance for the journey. The goal is to manage the compliance process well and always. Continue reading here: The Top 3 Thought Bubbles Popping Over My Head at #SHRM19

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Your Employees and their Final Frontiers

At the dawn of the space age everyone was in it together. Fear may have been there at first, but good vibes were, too, and eventually took over. Even at the Cold War’s height, most every culture on Earth found camaraderie in cheering on these brave, revered humans as they succeeded in their endeavor to leave this earthly plain and touch the hand of God—or reach the Moon, at least. It’s been a group effort so far for homo sapiens to escape Earth’s gravitational force and enter space, the final frontier. And there’s a metaphor here for employer culture, and it bears on employee flight risk. An employee might escape your organization’s gravitational force because you are a nurturing mentor and great employer. The next logical step is for him to populate another world—i.e., another employer. Or, an alum may leave your world to form another company or become CEO at a noncompeting firm. Voila! Your footprint and hers expand, and both worlds win. Continue reading here: Your Employees and their Final Frontiers

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Give Me a Break! #TChat Preview

What is reflexology? The centered and (or) Eastern-tuned might know. Before today, I didn’t. So, as a service to the TalentCulture community, I looked it up. Here you go. Most of us would benefit from reflexology. That makes me think of yoga. One of these days, I’m going to sign up for Bikram Hatha yoga again; it’s been nigh on 10 years since I tried yoga. Maybe, if I were to wind down my consultancy and seek work at a high-tech start-up in Silicon Valley (or America’s Technology Highway or the Mile-High City), my new employer would pay for my yoga classes, or even offer yoga at company headquarters—on-demand, during office hours, with an onsite instructor also on my employer’s payroll. Continue reading here: Give Me a Break! #TChat Preview

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