SMinOrgs Founder Courtney Shelton Hunt has created a number of resources that address some of the connections between social media and the management of human capital in organizations. Listed below are links to the pieces available as of March 2011, organized by primary topic.
Human Resources Applications
- Social Media Primer (Part 2): The Juggernaut is Bigger than You Think
- Social Media Primer (Parts 1 & 2 updated): Revisiting the Fire & the Juggernaut
Human Capital Management Considerations
- Social Media Primer (Part 6): Human Capital Management Challenges
- Managing Human Capital in the 2.0 Era
- Social Media and Integrated Talent Management: Opportunities & Challenges
- Social Screening: Candidates – and Employers – Beware
- Social Screening: The Expanded Discussion
- Digital Era Employment Practices Under Fire – Again!
- Social Media Policies: Necessary but not Sufficient
- The NLRB “Facebook Settlement:” Let’s Focus on the Facts (follow up to earlier post: The NLRB's Recent Action: Separating Fact from Fiction - and Unfounded Fear)
New content gets added to the Community regularly, and human capital management (HCM) is a primary area of focus. You can stay current by joining us on one of our platforms (see links in the left-hand column of our website) and/or subscribing to the SMinOrgs S.M.A.R.T. Blog.
Leaders who want to increase their understanding of social media and its implications and determine the best way to provide direction for their organizations should also check out the SMinOrgs Social Media Primer.
Embedded below is a flyer that lists the pieces available as of March 2011. Downloading the flyer from SlideShare will activate all the hyperlinks.
Through her consultancy, Renaissance Strategic Solutions (RSS), Courtney Hunt can help your organization meet its social media challenges. Visit the RSS services page to learn more and contact her for a free consultation.
If there is a specific social media topic you'd like to see addressed in greater depth via SMinOrgs, and/or you'd like to suggest addtional HCM-focused resources, please let us know.