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Tips for Selecting a Succession Nomination Method with SuccessFactors Succession Management

By |2017-09-26T15:36:52+00:00September 26th, 2017|Tags: , |

Written by: Jose Lopez, Knowledge Manager, Succession & CDP As a project team implementing SuccessFactors Succession Management, one of the most important decisions that a team will need to make is to determine the best Succession Nomination method to implement for your company.  The Succession Nomination method drives the overall Succession nomination process and determines how successors are nominated for incumbents.

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SuccessFactors Module Integration – 10 Years Later

By |2017-03-07T05:06:55+00:00March 7th, 2017|Tags: |

As I think about the number of years that I have been working with the SuccessFactors solution, it’s still hard to believe it’s been 10 years. It was 2007 when I was hired on as an employee at SuccessFactors and first exposed to their platform.

The SuccessFactors Mentoring Solution

By |2017-02-27T05:01:23+00:00February 27th, 2017|Tags: |

Great news everyone! In their Q4 2016 release, SuccessFactors announced the availability of an early adopter care program for the new SuccessFactors Mentoring solution. Available as part of the Career Development & Planning (CDP) module, this new solution drives employee engagement and retention by enabling organizations to take a comprehensive, automated approach to mentoring programs.

It’s Who You Know

By |2017-01-30T16:58:56+00:00January 30th, 2017|Tags: |

The more recruiting has changed over the years, the more it has stayed the same. While recruiting has become increasingly outsourced and systematized, the most effective recruiting is still about who you know.

Going Global: 3 Ways to Ensure a Painless International LMS Deployment

By |2017-01-30T16:52:43+00:00January 30th, 2017|Tags: |

A common approach for U.S.-based international companies when implementing a Learning Management System (LMS) is to start local, and later go global. Many companies have their core business in the United States and choose to implement that population first, followed in a second phase by lines of business in other countries.