San Ramon, CA (PRWEB) July 19, 2006
Knowledge Infusion, the authority on Human Capital Management Technology, today announced that CEO Jason Averbook has been named to Human Capital Magazine’s distinguished list of 2006 Future HR Leaders. The award was given at the Society for Human Resources Annual Conference in Washington, DC.
One of twelve individuals given the award, Averbook was chosen based on dedication and commitment to driving positive outlook in the HR industry, as well as leading the charge in empowering HR professionals to use technology to drive true results in their respective businesses. Averbook has been working with organizations for the past fifteen years ensuring that they select, deploy, and leverage the right technology to increase efficiencies within the human resource field as well as make HR more effective and poised to create true impact to the bottom line.
"The quality and dedication of the HR profession's future leaders never ceases to amaze me,” said Betty Hintch, Editor with Human Capital magazine. “Jason Averbook is part of a distinguished group of HR professionals who are already demonstrating their exemplary leadership skills and abilities to lead the profession into the future."
“I am honored to be recognized as a leader in the industry with other outstanding HR professionals from organizations around the world,” said Jason Averbook, CEO of Knowledge Infusion. “Working with HR professionals every day, I would encourage everyone in the HR field to view themselves as leaders and continue to prove the strategic value HR can have within their organization.”
The following HR professionals participated in the judging panel for the award: Julie Grzeda, Managing Director, HR, GE Healthcare Financial Services; Linda Merritt, Director, Outsourcing, AT&T; Leah Reynolds, Deloitte Consulting LLP; Gary Snodgrass, Executive VP and Chief HR Officer, Exelon Corp.; Thomas (Tripp) Welch, Section Head, HR Information Management and Process Support, Mayo Clinic.
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.
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