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  • Talent Management Technology Trends for 2014 Part 2

    By: Sheryl Herle, Director - Consulting Solutions

    In Part 1 of this series, I addressed the shifting landscape of talent management technology support needs and listed the top three   areas in which we are seeing organizations focus their time and resources in terms of the overall talent management process.  In this second installment, I want to talk about two other areas that many of our clients are concentrating on this year: Investment in reporting and analytics Social and mobile functionality Investment ...

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  • Talent Management Technology Trends for 2014 Part 1

    By: Sheryl Herle, Director - Consulting Solutions

    As an integrator in the HCM industry, we focus on “behind the scenes” work to help companies implement and then manage millions of daily transactions within talent management systems. This means that we are speaking with numerous clients each and every day – hearing first-hand about their talent management goals and visions, their wish lists for better functionality or software solutions, their internal challenges to secure budget and scarce resources to execute on projects ...

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  • Are You Taking Workforce Planning Cues from Your Customer Queues?

    By: Sheryl Herle, Director - Consulting Solutions

    Today I had one of those mornings when I was thinking about aging — and not just my personal journey through the calendar, but our aging society in general. Within the past week, I have received an invitation to a retirement party for a former colleague and had a conversation with an industry colleague who’s in his winding-down stage. These recent events left me feeling a little nostalgic about my days of working with these ...

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  • eLearners: Is Your Content Really Driving Business Results?

    By: Sheryl Herle, Director - Consulting Solutions

    A whole decade ago (time has flown by quickly in our ever-changing industry) … I wrote an article for HR.com titled “Five Places to Find Money for Your New eLearning Program.” Back in 2003, the learning world was scrambling to pull together budgets to digitize classroom content. The article focused on taking a hard look at your overall content portfolio to surface (and cut) underperforming learning programs and reinvest some of your savings ...

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  • 3 Tips for Driving User Adoption

    By: Hannah Plumley, Marketing Manager

    Last week, Michael Rochelle, chief strategy officer at Brandon Hall, and Jason Stutt, VP of sales at Intelladon, kicked off the Cornerstone webinar “Maximize Your Cornerstone Solution” by conducting a poll to capture the audience’s opinion of the most important factor in maximizing their Cornerstone Learning Cloud. Not surprisingly, 38% of the audience felt that user adoption was the most important factor for them.   While many organizations invest significant time and resources ...

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  • 5 Best Practices to Maximize Your Cornerstone Solution

    By: Johana Ward, Professional Services Consultant

    Already have Cornerstone OnDemand’s talent management solution? Then it’s time to look at how your organization is using it. When you have a fully optimized talent management system, you can attract, align, develop and retain the people who will ensure your organization’s success. Let’s take a look at five best practices to maximize Cornerstone: 1. Leverage New Releases Cornerstone does a great job of listening to its clients for enhancement suggestions and portal upgrades. ...

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  • Making the Most of Recorded Sessions

    By: Jason Miller, Project Manager - Content Services

    Almost every training department has them: training sessions recorded on WebEx, GoToMeeting, or some other synchronous tool. While these sessions are not usually polished like asynchronous eLearning courses, they often fulfill an immediate training need, allowing training departments to quickly train a live-but-remote group. Those who can’t attend can then watch the recorded session. Although they cannot ask questions as the original audience could, they can still benefit from the original presentation and ...

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  • eLearning Is Changing Forever. Are You Ready?

    By: By Jim Johnson, Manager, Content Technology Services

    Last year there was a major shift for eLearning. Did you feel it? Chances are you didn’t, or at least you didn’t recognize it at the time. However, the shift happened, and the ramifications will ripple out over the next decade. All from something as innocuous as a tin can. Allow me to take you back a few years to January 2007, when a much larger shift happened in the world. Clad in his trademark ...

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  • Is Responsive Design the Answer?

    By: Chuck Griess, Director of Technical and Content

    My family and I were on our way to Siesta Key for our annual 4th of July pilgrimage when my wife, Julie, remembered that we had forgotten to stop the mail. I thought, “no worries ... I have a smartphone.” I pulled up the USPS website and started pinching and zooming to navigate through the site. Finally, I managed to figure out how to put a hold on the mail — the site has a ...

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  • Looking Back at 2012

    By: Marc Blumenthal, CEO

    Happy New Year, 2012 was an exciting and busy year for us here at Intelladon.  As always, our clients, partners and extended community played a key role in guiding the direction of our business.  Every day, we are working with a wide-array of organizations to support their talent management technology needs.  And during this past year, we have seen a consistency in the types of services clients are requesting.  I’d like ...

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