Listen to Game Changing HR Leaders with Sherryanne Meyer and SAP Radio’s Bonnie Graham.

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Entering 2016: Got Resolutions? Want Change?

The buzz: Crystal ball. Steve Jobs was loudly criticized for ‘A lot of times, people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.’ View in iTunes

It’s Not All About Employees

The buzz: Hiring C-3PO and R2-D2. Having been behind the curve on the growth in size and importance of the contingent workforce, HR and HR technology have been playing catch-up over the last 10 plus years. View in iTunes

Encore: Getting ‘Em and Keeping ‘Em

The buzz: Values. Does your corporate culture tell current employees and your future workforce, the ones you’ll NEED to hire in the next 1 to 3 years, that you can help them achieve what they value most: better life balance, not just more money? View in iTunes

A World of Pain ‘er, Change’!

The buzz: ‘Ch ch changes…Just gonna have to be a different man. Time may change me. But I can’t trace time’ David Bowie. View in iTunes

Technology Is the Answer!

The buzz: And the question is? Technology has dramatically changed our lives since 1995. But if technology is the answer and you’re an HR professional, how do you get past TODAY View in iTunes

Creating a Winning Culture at Work

The buzz: Admit it. Why don’t you have a winning corporate culture at work? You may be part of the problem. But even if it was defined by top-down leadership, every employee must contribute to rebuilding the culture in positive ways. View in iTunes

Don’t Fence Me In: Performance in a 9-Box Grid

The buzz: 3X3. The infamous Human Resources nine-box grid, the end result of a larger talent management process, is intended to plot the progression of people as resources for the future. View in iTunes

When the Best Planning Leaves Someone Out

The buzz: It’s your party. Who’s invited, matters. Who’s left out matters, too. We’re talking about women in STEM and anyone who thinks or acts differently from the norm. View in iTunes

The Art of Planning

The buzz: It’s a plan. “Old School” corporate succession planning focused on filling positions as incumbents moved up and out of the organization. View in iTunes

Special Encore Presentation: Survey Says: HRMS

The buzz: Follow the leader. You cannot be a leader and ask other people to follow you, unless you know how to follow, too, observed the late Sam Rayburn. View in iTunes

Getting ‘Em and Keeping ‘Em

The buzz: Values. Does your corporate culture tell current employees and your future workforce, the ones you’ll NEED to hire in the next 1 to 3 years, that you can help them achieve what they value most: better life balance, not just more money? View in iTunes

From Compliance to Strategy: The Road Forward

The buzz: Beyond basics. The functions that sustain your workforce day-by-day are basic processes that keep your company compliant with legislation, labor unions, and privacy concerns. View in iTunes

From Workers as Assets to Workers as Investments

The buzz: Future-proofing. Wake up, HR! The Industrial Age that demanded workforce consistency and compliance is long gone. View in iTunes

Survey Says: HRMS

The buzz: Follow the leader. You cannot be a leader and ask other people to follow you, unless you know how to follow, too, observed the late Sam Rayburn. View in iTunes