By Naomi Bloom on September 10, 2015
Ron and I have been spending a lovely holiday in England, treating ourselves to very high end accommodations in London and the Cotswolds, and now on the south coast of Cornwall. We’ve been having a wonderful time, including visits with friends, lots of theater in London, and endless explorations of quiet Cotswold and Cornish villages. Our […]
By Naomi Bloom on June 8, 2015
Objects To The Left Of Us, Objects To The Right Introduction I’ve been on the warpath about flawed HR technology object models (and their predecessors, flawed data models) for longer than most of you have been sentient. My pique on this subject goes way back to the late 80’s and a now infamous consulting gig at […]
By Naomi Bloom on May 22, 2015
It’s critical to get as much as possible of the core from a single vendor but only if that vendor can offer you a truly integrated core.
By Naomi Bloom on March 1, 2015
With a huge shout-out to Brian Sommer from whose wonderful blog post I “borrowed” this graphic. [The impetus for this post was some absolute nonsense online which sort of equated SaaS to “cloud” (and faux “cloud” at that), then suggested that, while customers might save a little in the short run with SaaS, it would cost them more in […]
Posted in Technology / Software | Tagged "Killer" HRMDS Scenarios, Debunking/Calling Out, enterprise software, HR Tech, HRM Software, Looking Back/Looking Forward, Models/Modeling, Preferred Architectural Behaviors, SaaS, Vocabulary Shapes Our Thinking
By Naomi Bloom on February 26, 2015
If and when you decide to migrate from your seriously old design, on-premise ERP to “the cloud,” please make sure that you get what you’re paying for.
Posted in Featured Posts, Trends & Concepts | Tagged "Killer" HRMDS Scenarios, Business Outcomes, Change Management, Debunking/Calling Out, enterprise software, HR Tech, HRM Software, Licensed/On-Premise Software, Looking Back/Looking Forward, Preferred Architectural Behaviors, SaaS
By Naomi Bloom on February 3, 2015
Introduction In May 2012, I published a blog post that covered the basics of objects and object modeling — the very basic basics. Assuming you’ve all been studying this topic since then (if you hadn’t already done so), it seemed like a good time to note that simply applying the right modeling techniques does not get […]
By Naomi Bloom on December 2, 2014
There is a tremendous need for deep and robust integration between the traditional HRMS processes,
being built organically, on top of a common architecture and object model. The heyday for standalone talent management suites is over.
Posted in Business, Featured Posts, Technology / Software | Tagged Debunking/Calling Out, enterprise software, HR Tech, HRM Software, Human resources, Preferred Architectural Behaviors, recruitment, talent management, Vocabulary Shapes Our Thinking
By Naomi Bloom on January 15, 2014
[I posted my first such wish list 1/29/2013, and just writing it lifted my spirits. So, I thought to myself, why not do it again?] Carnac In Bloom If any of us really knew what was going to happen in 2014, wouldn’t we keep it to ourselves and invest accordingly? Furthermore, anyone worth their salt in […]
By Naomi Bloom on December 23, 2013
Painting The Roses Red Given the active discussion (debate?) over on LinkedIn about my proposed definition of true SaaS (now renamed “Blooming SaaS,” this post was intended to be more of an insistence on precise definitions than a disparagement of other business/deployment/architectural options in enterprise HRM software), I thought I’d rattle a few more cages. In […]
Posted in Featured Posts, Technology / Software | Tagged Blooming SaaS, Debunking/Calling Out, enterprise software, HR Tech, HRM Software, Preferred Architectural Behaviors, True SaaS, Vocabulary Shapes Our Thinking