Making the Passage to a Portal
- Case for new technology not just about the bottom line. Richards-Carpenter, Colin // People Management;05/04/95, Vol. 1 Issue 9, p53
Opinion. Presents the author's view about justifying the cost of buying computerized personnel information system (CPIS). Approach in buying a CPIS; Importance of CPIS on a company.
- HITTING the Virtual Pavement. // Caribbean Business;2/27/2001, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p101
Focuses on information technology advances in human resources management in the Caribbean Area in 2001. Personnel management changes brought about by information technology; Forecasted growth in online employment by 2003; Impact of information technology on local employment agencies. INSET:...
- Tower Hamlets teenagers help fill IT skills shortages. // Personnel Today;3/12/2002, p4
Focuses on the steps applied by the human resources management on the shortages of information technology skills in Great Britain. Consideration of the unemployed with formal academic qualifications; Emphasis of work placement; Advantages of passing the City & Guilds qualifications.
- Empowering employees: A route to innovation. // Infomat: A Weekly Review;9/12/2003, p2
Reports on a research study which claims that companies that use more positive human resources practices are more likely to innovate. Human resource management areas that affect a company's innovation decisions; Other factors that display a positive association with innovation.
- People: A Critical Element of New Technology Implementation. Ettkin, Lawrence P.; Helms, Marilyn M.; Haynes, Paula J. // Industrial Management;Sep/Oct90, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p27
Discusses the need for effective management of people for successful implementation and use of technological systems. Consequences from the decision to implement changed technologies; Approaches adopted by the management for avoiding employees resistance to technological change; Need for...
- TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IN A CULTURALLY DIVERSE WORKFORCE (PART II). Blanchette, Donald P. // Industrial Management;Sep/Oct94, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p19
Part II. Discusses the human relationship factor in technology transfer. Management failure to adopt technology transfer techniques; Dealing with employees' resistance to technological changes; Test to determine how an organization values its human resources; Factors to consider in strategic...
- Use technology to manage your expats. Croft, Brian // Personnel Journal;Dec95, Vol. 74 Issue 12, p113
Looks at the benefits of technology in human resources (HR). Examination of HR executives responsible for expatriate; Information on technology in HR; Importance of technology in financial planning; Technology as employees communication tool.
- Finding time to be strategic. Greengard, Samuel // Personnel Journal;Oct96, Vol. 75 Issue 10, p84
Explores technological innovations in human resource management. Analysis of the employee self-service system; Features and drawbacks of self-service options; Need for the right combination of technologies and solutions.
- 10 HR Technology Trends for 2001. Greengard, Samuel // Workforce;Jan2001, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p20
Looks at technology trends in personnel management in 2001. Technology outsourcing through automatic service providers; Web portals; Free personal computers and high speed access for employees; Streaming desktop video.
- ECOACh: Easier HR Planning on the Web. Blancato, Linda; Paredes, Rory R. // Public Manager;Summer2003, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p11
Features Career Opportunity Advancement Champion, a digital tool to help human resources management track training costs in the U.S. Use of information technology as a base for training specializations; Affordability of formal degree credentialing; Career coaching to the needs of working adults.