Embracing Google/YouTube To Create Learning Modules to Help Managers Address Specific Actions
Using HR solutions to improve effectiveness
At Juniper we have leveraged existing solutions and have had to create new solutions to meet our unique approach to talent. In the area of learning, we have embraced the “Google/ You Tube” metaphor creating learning molecules that can help our managers and people address very specific actions. We are creating micro-apps and support tools, purpose-built for manager effectiveness
My roles and responsibilities as a CHRO
We see an increasing shift in the profession to what we envision will be HR 3.0. We believe that the emergence of new technology, complex needs and choices of talent and the democratization of work, will require organizations and businesses to adopt new ways of creating climates where their people can innovate and do their best work.
Steering transformational initiatives within your organization
At Juniper Networks we are very excited about the opportunities stemming from the continued evolution of Technology, Talent and Work. We see a next generation of Digital HR technology solutions enabling our colleagues, managers and leaders to do their best work. As an industry leader in high-performance technology networking solutions, our colleagues expect us to be “drinking our own champagne” and leveraging mobile, big data, social, video and human capital analytics to “connect everything and empower everyone.” Three areas that we see as having truly transformational properties include: Automated Human Capital Analytics, opportunities for Mobile Delivery, and Human Network Analysis.
The areas in business environment where solutions do not yet exist or not up to the mark, and which if existed, would've made job easier
We would love to see flexible and fully integrated talent tools that are built for the way people and organizations work. We look forward to seeing more integration of voice recognition, artificial intelligence, advanced search, analytics and digital presentation making HR work easier, connecting people and delivering insights.
Technology trends impacting enterprise business environment
Our HRIS Strategy is driven by a series of “Digital HR Principles” that includes: 1) Mobile First, 2) Digital on Demand and 3) Context Sensitive. We are creating all our new solutions to work easily on tablet and smartphones, supporting our colleagues who are on the go. We embed video and other media directly into our applications to support users. We see social solutions as increasingly critical to connect and empower Juniper’s “Network behind the Network”.
Lessons learned and advice for fellow HR executives
As HR professionals pivot to respond to contemporary context, HR solutions will be placed under tremendous pressure to quickly evolve. Solutions that are mobile, have embedded automated analytics and are designed to meet “on-the-go” professionals must be created.
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