Category Archives: Big Data

Find the 3 differences -clear communication

Language is one of the most powerful communication tools; mostly when it is used in a clear, authentic and informative way. Whether it comes out of the brain of a lunatic, a horny seducer or a highly regarded senior executive. … Continue reading

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Is selling data the same as selling solutions?

What would you do without data? How would you plan your personal life if you don’t know your monthly spending, if you don’t know when the weekly garbage truck is coming, if your dashboard doesn’t tell you to fill up … Continue reading

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It’s that time of the year

“So this is Christmas. And what have you done? Another year over. …” So time for short reflection and 2014 forward looking; isn’t it. It’s that time of the year for all the best wishes. First back to 2013 where, I … Continue reading

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Gut feeling or systems?

What should drive human capital decisions? Is it policies, metrics and HR Big Data? Or can it be intuition and gut feeling? Or is there room for both? After eight years in a medium-sized family owned business, Simon moved to … Continue reading

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Everything is cyclic – also the HR life-cycle

A respected business friend tweeted the following: “this is HR’s future: analytics, Marketing, Math, and Statistics will all be desired skills”. It prompted a desire to react as –like every other function- also HR sees cyclic trends.   Many of us … Continue reading

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