Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Contributions by Angela Golla,  Infogram Deputy Editor

Mark Hurd’s Latest LinkedIn Influencer Blog 
Oracle President Mark Hurd has posted his latest LinkedIn Influencer blog, “How CEOs Can Transform HR into Revenue Drivers.”  In this latest blog, Mark writes, “In many companies, a lack of CEO-level support for the HR organization and its mission keeps the HR team walled off from the ultimate sources of value in a company—revenue generation and customer engagement. This prevents HR executives from joining the rest of the company in using modern technology to gain new insights, make data-driven decisions, and engage with employees and customers more intimately and productively.”  Read this blog to learn how to retain and find top talent. 

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