The Next Frontier?
By Terena Bell
Natural language processing is beginning to demonstrate its potential as a transformative technology in a variety of HR areas.
Hiring a Humanitarian
By Catherine Carr
Drawing from her experience with Doctors Without Borders, the author, a former HR professional, builds a case for tapping a talent segment that's rich in skills and experience, yet is almost always overlooked.
When Is Curiosity More Valuable than Knowledge?
By Karen Hutchison and Paul Wyman
As the expertise-based model of leadership loses relevance among organizations, a different form of leadership must emerge that is based on being purpose-driven, curious, agile and connected.
Big Three Steeplechase
By Bill Kutik/HR Technology Columnist
For the fifth year, this extended column handicaps the odds of the Big Three -- SAP SuccessFactors, Workday and Oracle -- becoming the top provider of next-generation HCM cloud systems.
By Andrew R. McIlvaine
Technology's transformation of the recruiting function presents recruiters with the opportunity to relearn the art of forging human connections.
The Open-Space Debate
By Carol Patton
Two executives weigh in on the merits and challenges of open-space-workplace environments.