San Ramon, Calif. (PRWEB) April 6, 2006
Further demonstrating its position as the authority on human capital management (HCM) technology, Knowledge Infusion today announces CEO, Jason Averbook, and Principal Consultant, Tracy Martin have been named as expert advisors to the Human Capital Institute (HCI) Human Capital Analytics and Succession and Advancement Communities, respectively. The global professional association and educator in talent management strategies, HCI invited Averbook and Martin to participate as expert advisors to help provide human capital professionals, line managers and executives with best practices, new strategies and thought leadership in the areas of human capital analytics and succession planning.
As seasoned professionals with hands-on experience in the trenches of recruiting, HR, OD, and HR measurement, Averbook and Martin will join other advisors to provide thought leadership and best practices to the HCI community through elearning, research, and presentations specific to their community of interest. Each HCI community contains a series of learning tracks that represent important links in the talent management continuum, and serve as collection points for compelling research, new ideas and innovative strategies.
“With the addition of Jason Averbook and Tracy Martin as Expert Advisors in our Communities of Interest, the Human Capital Institute is able to offer our members an even broader range of industry expertise in the areas of human capital analytics and succession planning,” said Allan Schweyer, Executive Director, Human Capital Institute. “We are pleased to have industry leaders like Averbook and Martin bring their innovative thinking and best practices to our learning community.”
The HCI “Human Capital Analytics: Driving Workforce Performance and Business Results” learning track examines the strategic value of human capital analytics in talent management and how organizations can improve decision-making effectiveness around human capital. As a member of this advisory panel, Averbook will leverage his 16 years of experience in the HR and technology industry to help organizations strive to boost productivity and drive performance through metrics, scorecards, planning and advanced statistical analysis. For more information on this track, please visit: http://www.humancapitalinstitute.org/hci/tracks_human_capital_analytics.guid
The “Succession and Advancement” track explores the practice of ongoing succession planning, innovations around identifying and investing in high potentials and the question of whether and when it is better to bring in “new blood” versus promoting and re-deploying from within. Tracy Martin, Principal Consultant at Knowledge Infusion, has more than 20 years of leadership experience in HCM and the human resources management systems (HRMS) industry. Martin will act as one of seven advisors for this track, helping to provide organizations with best practices information on effective succession planning strategies. For more information on this track, please visit: http://www.humancapitalinstitute.org/hci/tracks_succession_advancement.guid
In addition to his involvement in the HCI Communities of Interest, Jason Averbook will be participating on a Talent Management Technologies Forecast panel at the HCI 2006 National Human Capital Summit in Chicago on Thursday, April 6 from 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. CT. Moderated by Jason Goldberg, Founder and CEO of Jobster, the panel will feature Averbook and other thought leaders, Ed Newman, CEO of The Newman Group, Jason Corsello, Senior Analyst at Yankee Group, David Foster, Research Director at Aberdeen Group, and Jim Holincheck, Research Vice President at Gartner Research. The panel will discuss the most important trends, features, systems and vendors that organizations should be considering for 2006 and 2007.
The HCI first annual Human Capital Summit Conference and Expo will take place from April 6 – 7, 2006 in Chicago, with pre-conference workshops on Wednesday, April 5. A 2006 must-attend event, the Summit is for human capital professionals, line managers and executives who understand that talent will be the key driver for success in the knowledge economy.
For more information on the HCI 2006 National Human Capital Summit, please visit: http://www.humancapitalinstitute.org/hci/conference_national.guid?_type=00004000
About Knowledge Infusion
Knowledge Infusion is the consulting authority on Human Capital Management (HCM) technology. Formed in 2005 to meet a growing market need, the firm provides strategic management consulting services to help organizations drive true business value from HCM technology via its integrated Strategy-Plan-Action methodology. Working collaboratively with clients, Knowledge Infusion assists in forming and executing decisions that allow organizations to maximize the value of current and future technology assets in supporting human resource and talent management strategy. The Knowledge Infusion consulting team is composed of industry leaders from product vendor, market analyst and consulting firm backgrounds, respected for their trusted advisor approach to assisting clients. Additionally, Knowledge Infusion thought leadership and concentrated focus on HCM technology enables access and close coordination with industry analysts and HCM product vendors that provides further capability in supporting clients. For more information, please visit: http://www.knowledge-infusion.com
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