A Case for Six Sigma and Analytics in HR

Posted by Pallas Athena Elacio on Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Mention Six Sigma and words such as, quality, cleanliness, perfection, robust, repeatable, mechanical come to mind. And much as it has become a “go to” tool for improvement in almost several departments such as Finance and Manufacturing, seldom has it been practiced in HR. The connotation is because HR involves non-tangible elements such as Communication, Employee Relations, Succession Planning, Hiring and Conflict Management  that at first glance do not seem to directly ...


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HR's Roles Today

Posted by HR Analytics on Sunday, February 22, 2015


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How to boost online collaboration

Posted by HR Analytics on Friday, February 13, 2015

Web 1.0, information was simply displayed for the users to read and consume.  With Web 1.0, the inherent flow of knowledge is unidirectional in which information flows from the content developer and the designers down to the users. Users’ roles are simply readers of information.  In the ‘second generation,’ Web 2.0, the flow of knowledge becomes multidirectional expanding the role of the users and enabling them to contribute their own informational contents.  Information not only flows ...


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Some Stats Before the INT

Posted by B.J. Gonzalvo on Sunday, February 8, 2015


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The Day After Super Bowl

Posted by BJ Gonzalvo on Monday, February 2, 2015

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