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    e-learning
    Free e-learning
    In August 2011, Stanford University computer science professor Sebastian Thrun partnered with a group of colleagues and made a decision that would rock the learning fraternity. They decided to open their class to the world allowing anyone, anywhere to attend their course for free. There were no pre-requisites; they had tutorials, exams, and a final assessment. The announcement was made with a single email to a professional group. It was amplified on twitter and within hours 5,000 students signed up. Eventually, over 150,000 students enrolled in an online version of Stanford’s Introduction to Artificial Intelligence.
    Social Media Value Proposition
    Social media’s value proposition
    It’s very easy to be distracted by shiny new objects, especially if they are accompanied with the promise to radically change the way we work, play and love. But make no mistake; social media is facilitating one of the biggest mind shifts since the industrial revolution and it’s here to stay. It is also becoming the hottest topic in the corporate conversation as companies look for ways to innovate, motivate and drive competitive advantage.
    HR tech Innovation
    Innovation in HR technology

    There’s a complete revolution going on affecting our daily lives but it’s not on your desktop or laptop. In fact, the battle for the internet’s...

    hr tablet
    The rise of the tablet
    From the bedroom to the boardroom, to the highest office in government, the tablet is radically changing our relationship with technology and how we consume information. Characterised by its flick-of-the-finger ease-of-use, arresting visuals, and eternal connectivity, this devide is rapidly becoming the preferred tool for absorbing, presenting and communicating: but more importantly, it is the facilitating the liberation of staff from their desks, with the ability to work effectively and securely, wherever they are.
    Negotiating Skills
    Negotiating Skills

    In this month’s ‘ask the expert’, Ari Kopoulos responds to a reader’s question about negotiating with HRIS suppliers. This editorial is first published in Human Capital...

    Winning hearts and minds

    This article is first published in HRM Singapore issue 11.4 Now, more than ever, HR relies on fast, smart and flexible technology to work its magic....