Whole Brain HCM: Knocking Down Software Silos and Solving for Industries

Before discussing human capital management, let’s discuss the C-suite. There’s a domain of the C-suite fixated on orderliness, efficiencies, productivity, and mathematical measurement, and there’s a domain galvanized by people, creativity, inspiration, and emotionality. The first is the C-suite’s left brain, and the other is its right brain. For organizational success, the economics of our day demand all these preoccupations. Someone on the spectrum of autism may bring much indispensable, focused, unique value to a mission-critical project, yes. An artist may also. But an organization’s leadership singularly focused in just one of these or other ways falters. The C-suite that concentrates an inordinate portion of its energy in the proclivities of the left brain or the right will fail to function as a brain should—as […]

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Case Study: SilkRoad Technology Engages with Cleveland Clinic to Implement and Support Custom Deployment of RedCarpet Onboarding

Thanks in part to software-as-a-service enterprise software, the onboarding of new employees and contractors is easier than ever to manage. These solutions can be straightforward for users and proficient at handling what they’re built to solve. And it’s critical that they excel in these ways, as software companies need a solid foundation upon which to show that customers are receiving value. The cost-related and logistical barriers users face as they weigh their options are less burdensome than they were for organizations on the ever-present on-premises installations of the past, after all. Previously focusing efforts on closing new deals, safe in the knowledge that clients would not be up for another disruptive overhaul to their installation any time soon, vendors of software for human capital management […]

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Case Study: isolved Partners with a Nonprofit Client to Deepen and Broaden HCM System Utilization

Employers often underutilize their existing technologies for human capital management (HCM). Whether it be in payroll, time and attendance, scheduling, benefits administration, talent management, talent acquisition or employee training and development, the underutilization can be relegated to a narrow domain of the solution’s scope. Alternately, the underutilization can be widespread, systemic. Some users are unaware of their underutilization. Still others may notice subpar results from the system in place and misplace blame for the situation. The root causes for these misunderstandings or miscommunications are many. For example, employees who led implementation may leave and take the knowledge of how a system works with them. Conversely, a solution integrator may do a poor job in training system-facing staff on how to get the most out of […]

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