Innovation

The Future of Plain Old Telephone Service: Hang Up or Pay Up

Posted: 11/30/2018 - 04:02
Plain old telephone service, also known as POTS, is old-fashioned copper wires connected to a standard telephone that provides the power and connectivity to the telephone service provider’s central switching system. Replacing POTS with new technology has become equivalent to replacing a typewriter with a laptop. New technologies in the market like VoIP and wireless can now offer telephone services at a much lower cost than POTS.  
 

Talent Procurement Teams Take Note: The Future of Hiring with AI

Posted: 11/23/2018 - 04:41
hiring with artificial intelligence
The job market is booming – the number of open jobs exceeds the number of Americans who are unemployed. In October, the U.S. Department of Labor reported job growth of 250,000, locking in a 3.7 percent unemployment rate – the lowest since 1969. Due to America’s growing economy, thousands of companies across the country are prospering and looking for strong talent.

3 Reasons Organizations Should Hop on the Corporate Social Responsibility Bandwagon

Posted: 11/21/2018 - 07:01
Corporate social responsibility (CSR), also known as sustainability, may not solve world hunger but it can be beneficial to your organization while making a significant impact on society. While many organizations understand the value of CSR, the uninitiated tend to have a distorted view of it. Some believe it’s just greenwashing: donating heaps of money into popular causes or people sitting around a campfire singing Kumbaya, but that’s far from reality. In actuality, CSR can be leveraged to optimize a company’s business processes.

Caller ID: A Simple Feature with Complex Effects

Posted: 10/13/2018 - 02:40
We’ve all been there: you pick up an incoming call to hear silence...or a request for personal information...or a recorded message...only to regret picking up the call. But you’ve also probably been on the other side: you’ve ignored a call from a number you don’t recognize only to find out it was the delivery driver looking to validate your address...the bank calling to let you know there has been suspicious activity on your card...or the doctor calling with updates from your last appointment.

Organizational Readiness is the New Competitive Advantage

Posted: 09/07/2018 - 18:08
Organizational readiness is the new competitive advantage. Being able to quickly adapt to—and take advantage of—the rapidly evolving world of work is now the key to success or failure.  
 
The emerging workforce has evolving expectations of how they want to work and what their relationship with employers should look like. Combine those expectations with rapid innovation in technology and new business models, and we’re in a breeding ground for all forms of ‘non-traditional’ talent to thrive within the workforce.  

Challenging Ourselves: Be the Change

Posted: 08/24/2018 - 11:27
If we mean what we say about transformation, we have to be willing to question everything procurement does and how we do it. While procurement clamors for ‘transformation,’ I sometimes suspect that we are secretly hoping the solution will actually involve the rest of the organization awakening to the brilliance of our wisdom, and that they—not us—will do the majority of the changing.
 
Unfortunately, that scenario is unlikely to play out in reality. 
 

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