Meet Madison Jones

One of the many things I enjoy about this hyper-connected social world we live in today is that I get to meet people I would not normally have the opportunity to meet.

Photo credit: iStock Photo

Photo credit: iStock Photo

Last week, I met Madison Jones. Madison is a self-described 30-something writer, speaker, social media enthusiast and human resource connoisseur. She started a shiny new blog and reached out to me for an interview. Women, HR, new blog - how could I resist.

Madison asked great questions about how my military time shaped my HR life, technology on the job, choosing a workforce team, employee performance and industry blogs. It was fun.

Take a look at our interview here.

We connected through Women of HR so let me take a moment to point you in that direction to check out the best compilation of writing and topics related to women, HR, leadership, business and community on the web.

Have a good one!

HR, Meet Technology

When I have an inefficient work process or need data to problem solve, I often look to technology. Sometimes, I don't. I just do what I've always done, the way I've always done it and I gripe about technology voids in my workplace.

Good thing there are people out there paying attention to how work gets done,   listening to gripes and doing something about it.  



LBi Software is one of those companies. LBi Software is passionate about helping HR see the challenges that lie ahead and providing insight into how to handle them.

“Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Applying HR Technology to Solve Real-world Problems,” from LBi Software, brings the insight and wisdom of seven of HR's most recognized thought leaders to one topic: how to use today's powerful HR technology to focus on the people in your organization and  become a more strategic business partner. Thank you to LBi for inviting me to participate in this e-book project.

Technology is key to HR success at the most basic level to remove inefficiencies and increase productivity. What is one of your can't-live-without HR technologies?