Big Data is a topic that has huge implications for enterprise software technology – but what does it mean for Human Capital Management (HCM)? HCM hasn’t been the leading practice area in exploiting the growing availability of large data sets. But is this a technical limitation, a lack of vision, or a lack of skill sets in HCM? This discussion covers how to think about Big Data for HCM, and how to prepare your organization to make its first steps in providing better value to the business by skillfully interpreting new sources of information and the emerging tools that go along with them.
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