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HR Happy Hour 171 – Workforce Reputation Management

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HR Happy Hour 171 – Workforce Reputation Management

imageRecently on the HR Happy Hour ShowSteve Boese and Trish McFarlane sat down withMark Bennett, Product Strategy Director for Oracle Social HCM Cloud, Fusion Profile Management, and Workforce Reputation Management, for an interesting and informative conversation about how concepts like influence, reputation, and social connectedness between and among employees can help organizations better understand the capability of their workforces and help individuals better manage their careers.

On the open web the ideas of influence and reputation are not new, services like Klout andKred have been attempting to understand, quantify, and provide insights as to who might be influential and in what areas do people have strong reputations. Taking these ideas and applying them inside organizations, and thinking more deeply about how people’s interactions with one another, how they are evaluated by their peers, and what artifacts of their work reveal about their reputation represent some of the most cutting-edge thinking about workplaces today.

You can listen to the show on the show page here or using the widget player below. Of course, the HR Happy Hour is available as a podcast on the iTunes store, and for Android users, via an app called Stitcher Radio. Just search for ‘HR Happy Hour’ and subscribe to get all the HR Happy Hour Shows downloaded to your device.

 

Mark is a friend and really interesting guy, and I think you will find the discussions challenging and interesting at the same time. And I encourage you to think about your own workplaces and how some of these ideas might help you in your HR and Talent challenges.

Thanks Mark for taking the time to join us this week!

2 Comments so far:

  1. Joan says:

    I think its a great idea and applying them inside organizations, and thinking more deeply about how people’s interactions with one another.

  2. Faith Garner says:

    I agree, I feel that employee interaction is very important in any company. It makes it a better work enviorment for everyone. I think that everyonemight be influential in different areas. I really enjoyed!!!1

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