Executive Interview

May 2015
Workforce Solutions Review;May2015, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p30
Academic Journal
An interview with Jonathan Ferrar of International Business Machines (IBM) Corp. is presented. Topics discussed by Ferrar include brief information of his background in human resource (HR) profession and the role of IBM on workforce solutions and human capital solutions with the use of cloud technology, the progress of HR technology, and his insight on how HR technology will evolve in future.


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