I’ve been asked the same question on a number of occasions recently by senior hiring managers: how do you sell an opportunity to a candidate in a highly competitive talent pool?
There is no easy answer to this because every candidate is different and first you need to put yourself in their shoes to understand their likely motivations.
For instance, not everyone is motivated by money. Sometimes it’s recognition, a stimulating work environment or flexibility but it’s usually a mix of all of these and more.
Ask yourself questions like:
Aderant, a global leader in firm management software, announced today the acquisition of Handshake Software, Inc., a market leading and award-winning provider of software products to the legal vertical, including portals, knowledge management, enterprise search, and mobility solutions. The acquisition will expand the Aderant suite of products.
Adoption and engagement are quickly becoming the most discussed topics in the SharePoint community. Why? Because organizations are realizing that the concept of “build it and they will come” was never true, and that they need to do a better job of tracking and measuring collaboration – and demonstrating business value. They’ve learned that no matter how solid the solution you deploy, adoption takes work.
SO, HOW DO YOU GET PEOPLE TO ADOPT SHAREPOINT?
Last month, I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the MER Conference in Chicago. The annual event is one of the largest educational conferences focused on addressing the ever-present challenges of managing electronic records from the legal, technical and operational perspectives.
What does search relevancy and personalization mean?
To me, relevancy and personalization are all about delivering search results in context. I want to be presented with a dynamic dashboard that provides me with a personalized view of information that helps me get my job done. That could mean access to critical documents, no matter where they live. It could be a widget that suggests experts who can answer my questions or suggests candidates for my new project team. The key is it needs to be dynamic and all about me. Me. Me. Me.
Two of my colleagues recently published blog articles that I would like to piggy back on. Don Miller recently discussed the importance of metadata when it comes to finding information in his blog post, The Magical Answer to Making Intranet Search as Awesome as Internet Search. Mark Aschemeyer then posted an article about the importance of connecting to all of the significant information inside a company in his post, Putting the Cart Before the Horse. Both posts are very valuable first steps in building a solid search foundation, and in this post, I
Firms are investing in more open, inclusive and efficient collaboration channels, but can they manage a culture to match?
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has been ranked first for antitrust client alerts in a survey by leading competition review Concurrences at the Antitrust Writing Awards 2017.
Concurrences surveyed 4685 in-house counsel to assess their readership of law firms’ 2016 antitrust knowledge resources to establish the leading antitrust client alerts.
This article was originally featured as an industry analysis in the April issue of LPM. To read the issue in full, download LPM.
My colleagues Don Miller and Mark Aschemeyer published their perspectives about the importance of metadata and connectivity, respectively, when it comes to enterprise search. Their debate is about which is more important in helping users find what they are looking for.