Getting Ready for Phoenix, Blog Roll

Posted on March 1, 2008. Filed under: HCI Summit |

Over the next week, we’ll be getting ready for the Human Capital Institute’s 2008 Human Capital Summit this March 9-12. After the ramp-up, we will live blog the event with a series of posts and videos.

geoffliving The blog will be hosted by me, Geoff Livingston, author of Now Is Gone on behalf of my client, the Human Capital Institute (HCI). It will be my goal to deliver a timely conversation on the ongoing talent management movement that’s affecting organizations globally. I hope you’ll enjoy the content.

In the spirit of a blog, we need a blog roll. Here are some of the top talent and management HR blogs we’re following at HCI:

  • About Human Resources
  • Cheezhead
  • David Maister
  • Evil HR Lady
  • George’s Employment Blawg
  • Jim Stroud
  • Management Craft
  • The Modern Business World
  • Time Magazine’s Work in Progress
  • We’ll be back on Monday!

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    4 Responses to “Getting Ready for Phoenix, Blog Roll”

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    I found your site on google blog search and read a few of your other posts. Keep up the good work. Just added your RSS feed to my feed reader. Look forward to reading more from you.

    – Sue.

    Thanks for the plug!

    Yes, really. I greatly appreciate. I’ll check back for the summit.

    Susan
    About Human Resources

    Thanks for inclusion in your blogroll. I hope to live up to your billing.


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