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Big Picture Interviews

Data Rules: Chris Havrilla, VP Global HR Technology at ADP


Technology & Analytics - What Do You Need To Know to Differentiate Yourself?

Published on February 27 2017
Chris Havrilla, VP Global HR Technology ADP- TotalPicture Radio interview with Peter ClaytonChris Havrilla

"Data is driving our businesses to differentiate from competitors where margin and cost pressures are forcing innovation from every conceivable direction."

Chris Havrilla has a unique combination of experience in the Recruiting, HR, Information Technology, and Professional Services fields that she has leveraged to do projects related to Talent Acquisition, Strategy Development/Implementation; Full Life Cycle Recruiting; Sourcing; Technology, Tools, Systems; Social Recruiting / Social Media Strategy and Implementation; Candidate Assessments; Interviewing; Executive Search; Staffing Business Models, Processes; Training; Consulting; and Human Capital. Yes. All of that.

Welcome to a Big Picture Channel Podcast on TotalPicture Radio with your host Peter Clayton. In this podcast episode, we're going to be talking about Big Data (a buzz term du jour for sure), with Chris Havrilla, VP Global HR Technology at ADP, that little company that happens to be the biggest HCM vendor out there, with 620,000 clients. Another 'Gee Whiz' statistic: one in every six paychecks is processed by ADP.

I had the good fortune to show up at a SMA NJ meeting last month, where Chris was the featured speaker.  I've been dying to get her on the show so I can share with you her knowledge and insights.

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The Big Picture 2017 - Craig Fisher, Head of Employer Brand, CA Technologies


Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn, Employer Branding, Inside CA, Mobile Recruiting and More!

Published on January 10 2017

Craig Fisher, Head of Employer Brand CA Technologies - TotalPicture Radio interview with Peter ClaytonCraig Fisher

"I believe your company's most unique feature is it's people. Give them a voice." Craig Fisher

This is straight from Craig Fisher's LinkedIn summary: Head of Employer Brand at CA Technologies : Host of LINKEDIN TRAINING Dallas events : Inbound Recruitment Advocate, Social Media + Employer Branding SPEAKER for sales, marketing, + recruiting. Purveyor of the 5:1 give to ask content ratio.

Craig leads employer branding at CA Technologies. His digital branding methods have been adopted as best practices by companies like Linkedin, Zappos, YUM! Brands, Hootsuite, + many more. He's the author of Inbound Recruiting, and a popular keynote speaker at tech, social media, HR recruiting, and sales conferences worldwide.

Craig will be speaking at the Employer Branding Conference in Chicago this May.

Welcome to a Talent Acquisition Channel Podcast on TotalPicture Radio, I'm your host and Podcast Protagonist, Peter Clayton.

Over 5k downloads


Steve Case - The Third Wave


An Entrepreneur's Vision for the Future. Interview with the Co-Founder of AOL

Published on April 12 2016
co-founder AOL-TotalPicture interviewSteve Case

One of America's most accomplished entrepreneurs-a pioneer who made the Internet part of everyday life and orchestrated the largest (and perhaps most infamous) merger in history (AOL - Time Warner), provides a roadmap for how to succeed in a world of rapidly changing technology.

'You've got mail', remember that? AOL was so ubiquitous in the 1990's that "You've Got Mail" was the title of a romcom staring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. AOL WAS the Internet in the 90's.

Welcome to a Big Picture channel podcast on TotalPicture. This is Peter Clayton. I'm delighted to have on the show today Steve Case, who's career began when he cofounded America Online (AOL) in 1985. At the time, only three percent of Americans were online. It took a decade for AOL to achieve mainstream success, and there were many near-death experiences and back-to-the-wall pivots. AOL became the top performing company of the 1990s, and at its peak more than half of all consumer Internet traffic in the United States ran through the service. After Case engineered AOL's merger with Time Warner and he became Chairman of the combined business, Case oversaw the biggest media and communications empire in the world.


Simple Sabotage - An Interview with Robert Galford


Ask your employees: "What's the stupidest rule we have around here?"

Premiers on February 01 2016
Managing Partner, Center for Leading Organizations-TotalPicture Radio interviewRobert Galford

A simple set of "rules" that can cost you your job, your next promotion, and even block you from a new career.

Would you like to know why the U.S. Congress gets nothing done? Is constantly stuck in gridlock? Has an approval rating of 17 percent? In 1944, at the height of World War II, the United States' Office of Strategic Services (OSS) - predecessor of the CIA - published The Simple Sabotage Field Manual, a classified document to help the European resistance movements destroy the Axis powers from within. Now, three business strategists argue that this little-known manual is more than a fascinating piece of history - it sheds enormous light on what's wrong with the modern workplace, and offers insight on how to stamp out the behaviors that breed dysfunction in organizations.

In Simple Sabotage: A Modern Field Manual for Detecting and Rooting Out Everyday Behaviors That Undermine Your Workplace (recently published by HarperOne;), Robert M. Galford, Bob Frisch and Cary Greene revisit a list of OSS tactics designed to thwart the internal processes of organizations, with tips for wasting time (e.g., "Insist on doing everything through channels") and bringing efficiency to a halt (e.g., "Refer all matters to committees"). The OSS believed that these small acts of barely detectable sabotage would wear down the enemy over time and help the Allies win the war.


Doing Business in Asia


Singapore based entrepreneur Callum Laing provides an in-depth look at business opportunities in Asia Pacific

Published on September 29 2015
Callum Laing -TotalPicture interview with Peter ClaytonCallum Laing

As reported in the Wall Street Journal, "Fueled by arrivals form Asia, immigrants and their children will account for the lion's share of U.S. population growth during the next 50 years..." I wanted to reach out to a successful entrepreneur living in Asia to give us a perspective on the region -- and opportunities for businesses and entrepreneurs.

Callum Laing is a 13 year veteran of doing business in Asia. He has started, built, bought and sold half a dozen companies in a range of industries across two continents. He is the owner of Fitness-Buffet, a company delivering employee wellness solutions in 11 countries and he is also the CEO of Entrevo Asia. He regularly writes and speaks on topics related to business. Callum is the author of the bi-Annual 'Asia Snapshots' (see links in side bar), and publishes a daily profile of highly successful, interesting people in his network.

One statistic from his Asia Snapshots Infographic: The number of Chinese women in senior management positions has recently doubled, with 51% of those jobs held by females, making China a standout in Asia.


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