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2 responses to “The Future Of HRM Software: Agile, Models-Driven, Definitional Development”

  1. David Chassels

    What a great piece reviewing the aspiration of the past. Over our history we have meet many who described the same story. I recounted our story here http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevedenning/2012/04/09/the-best-kept-management-secret-on-the-planet-agile/?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed.
    To create the solution you need to think people and what they require to achieve their individual and collective outcomes. After all they create all source information? The core design philosophy is explained here http://bit.ly/yJGLoL and is based up the fact business logic just does not change so why should the underlying software code? And it is not just about HRM it applies to all business driven applications. It is all about domain knowledge that can be quickly digitised with “agile software”.
    So we have created the “moat” but the forces of self interest on the other side are indeed great!

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