Archive | February 2012
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Following my presentation at social media week London, I saw a really interesting keynote from Sergio Figueroa on crowd sourced video that was different, and brilliantly simple. The speaker was a former professional musician, who produces community video, or tells story’s with silent film and subtitles. The community video are shot in mostly inner-city settings […]
The name of Mike Bishop might be a new name to many readers of this blog, given that he is not massively social. Neither has the business he heads the recruiting team for, Ricoh UK, implemented any new innovations in the social recruiting space. I have chosen Mike for this Sundays shout out because of […]
It’s 2 sleeps till #truParis and only 2 weeks away from #TruLondon, and this week I’m preparing to go live on a big social recruiting implementation. It’s fairly crazy times, but there’s nothing new in that in Boorman world. This morning I completed a screen test for a series of programs on recruiting with a […]
Imagine you could take a hammer to your recruitment software, smash it up and start again. Taking what you know now about the way you work, incorporating how you might work in the future and the features you might need. Starting out with a blank sheet of paper and imagineering something new. Imagineering is a […]
I should really start this post with a disclaimer, because I’m a bit of a fan of Paul Jacobs work, and his klout score on my influence ranking index would be much higher than Justin Bieber, and this might make me a bit biased towards his work. When I say his latest venture, Jobgram is […]