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Innovation: Interviews with Visionaries

HRmarketer Has A New Employee and Brand Advocacy Platform


Tim Sackett Loves It! We Talk With HRmarketer CEO Mark Willaman About An Important New Addition To The HRmarketer Platform.

Published on May 12 2018
Mark Willaman, Founder and CEO of HRmarketer Softward -TotalPicture interview with Peter ClaytonMark Willaman

HRmarketer is a marketing tool I use every single day. The HRmarketer Insight Module is like having your own air traffic control system tracking the industry, your competitors, conferences, trends, speaking opportunities, and much more. HRmarketer maintains the best pulse on the HR industry. Using Insight is like having a crystal ball to guide your marketing investments and activities. The information you get from using Insight will help drive your branding, messaging, content production, communications, social marketing, influencer & analyst relations and just about every aspect of your HR technology business strategy.

Welcome to an Innovation Channel podcast on TotalPicture, I'm your host an podcast protagonist, Peter Clayton. I'm happy to welcome back to TotalPicture HRmarketer's CEO Mark Willaman.


The Future of Work - Hyr is Creating AirBnB for Shift Workers


Hyr is Changing How Hourly Shift Workers, Access and Benefit from the Gig Economy. Podcast with Hyr CMO, Erika Mozes

Published on July 18 2017
Erika Mozes, Co-Founder and CMO, Hyr, TotalPicture interviewErika Mozes

One new job is added every 2.5 seconds to the hospitality industry. (Source: Brandon Gaille)

Referencing an article posted on Erika Mozes' LinkedIn profile, "Hyr was created to solve one big question - how can hourly shift work be improved in today's 1099 economy?  Just as Airbnb unlocked the unrealized asset of one's home, and Uber did the same for one's vehicle, Hyr will unlock the asset of one's time."

Welcome to our continuing series of The Future of Work from HR Tech World in San Francisco. I'm your host Peter Clayton.

One of the start-ups that presented during the pre-conference workshops at HRTech World is Hyr. And that's Hyr.work.

Jonathan Kestenbaum, the managing director of Talent Tech Labs in New York, introduced the Co-founder and CEO Josh Karam, and co-founder and CMO of Hyr, Erika Mozes who joins me today for this Innovation Channel podcast on TotalPicture.

What most impressed me about Hyr - their solution targets a very underserved yet hugely important segment of the workforce, namely hourly shift workers in the hospitality industry. (Soon to expand into retail and other industries).


How Augmented Reality Is Transforming Talent Acquisition and Careers


The Future of Work - The Minecraft Generation. An Encore Presentation from HR Tech World, San Francisco with Futurist and Bestselling Author, Robert Scoble

Published on July 13 2017
Robert Scoble, futurist, is partner at Transformation Group - TotalPicture interviewRobert Scoble

"We renamed Gen Z the Minecraft generation. They're thinking in 3D."

Robert Scoble is an authority on what's next, particularly when it comes to Mixed Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and AI. At Transformation Group Robert and his partner, Shel Israel help companies deal with the disruption that next generation augmented reality, AKA "Mixed Reality" represents.

Scoble and Israel's latest book, The Fourth Transformation: How Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence Change Everything, examines the unavoidable evolution of business, entertainment, sports, medicine, shopping, and more as a result of reality-altering technologies.

Welcome to a special Innovation Channel Podcast on TotalPicture, I'm your Host Peter Clayton. I had the pleasure of meeting with Robert in San Francisco at HR Tech World, and am happy to have been able to record this interview, and share Robert's deep knowledge and understanding of emerging techologies with you. Especially how AR, AI, and other innovations are already impacting jobs, careers, HR, talent acquisiton, and recruiting. Similar to what we're seeing with climate change, this is all happening much faster and with far greater impact than many experts had projected.


Reality Check - AI and Machine Learning Technologies in Talent Acquisition


Brian Delle Donne, President of Talent Tech Labs, Pulls Back The Curtain, and Cuts Through the AI Noise

Published on March 04 2017
Brian Delle Donne, President, Talent Tech Labs- TotalPicture Radio interview with Peter ClaytonBrian Delle Donne

"The truth is AI is as "fully automated" as the Great and Powerful Oz was in that famous scene from the classic film, where Dorothy and friends realize that the great wizard is simply a man manically pulling levers from behind a curtain. This blend of AI and humans, who follow through when the AI falls short, isn't going away anytime soon. Indeed, the creation of human tasks in the wake of technological advancement has been a part of automation's history since the invention of the machine lathe. "The Humans Working Behind the Curtain" - Harvard Business Review.

A short time ago, I came across a Talent Tech Labs Trends Report that clearly spells out the common misconceptions and hype associated with how artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning is about to disrupt everything - including talent acquisition. I reached out to Jonathan Kestenbaum, the Executive Director of Talent Tech Labs, who introduced me the the author of the report and President of Talent Tech Labs, Brian Delle Donne.

A little history: Talent Tech Labs was originally founded by the New York City based staffing firm, Mitchell Martin Inc. to foster the growth and development of emerging ideas and companies in the talent acquisition technology space. The company is an incubator and accelerator that mentors startups - on-site at 307 West 38th Street in New York, and through their Virtual Incubation Program.

Welcome to a Innovation Channel Podcast on TotalPicture Radio. with your host, Peter Clayton

In our interview you'll hear an educated and researched perspective on AI, Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Neural Networks. Specifically, as these technologies relate to, and support talent acquisition. Now here's my interview with the President of Talent Tech Labs, Brian Delle Donne.


Marketing: When You're in a Dogfight Become a Cat


Len Sherman's New Book is a Graduate-Level Marketing Course That Will Provide TA Leaders with Many Tools and strategies

Published on March 02 2017
Len Sherman is a adjunct Professor at Columbia Business School - TotalPicture Radio interview with Peter ClaytonLeonard Sherman

Leonard Sherman is an executive in residence and adjunct professor of marketing and management at the Columbia Business School. He has worked as a senior partner at Accenture, as a managing partner of J.D. Power and Associates, and as a partner at Booz, Allen & Hamilton. He hold a BS in aeronautical engineering, an MS in transportation systems and a PhD in transportation economics, all from MIT.

He is the author of a fascinating new book titled If You're in a Dogfight Become a Cat - Strategies for Long Term Growth published by Columbia Business School Publishing

Welcome to an Innovation Channel podcast on TotalPicture Radio, I'm your host, Peter Clayton. Len welcome.

Stay tuned... Peter Clayton's exclusive interview with Len will air Thursday, March 2nd.


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