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On March 3, on the HR Happy Hour ShowSteve Boese and I sat down with Mike Cooke, Chairman and CEO of Brandon Hall Groupand welcomed him to the show. Since I joined Brandon Hall Group as the VP of HR Practice/ Principal Analyst, this seemed like the opportune time to discuss what analyst firms do and how HR leaders can be helped by the advisory services they provide in addition to the research. In this episode, we talked about some of the upcoming research Brandon Hall Group is working on as well as the recently launched Brandon Hall Group HR Systems Survey.

You can listen to the show on the show page here, or using the widget player below. Additionally for you smartphone addicts, you can get the show on Apple’s iTunes or for Android devices, using an app called Stitcher Radio. In both cases just search for “HR Happy Hour” to download the show and to subscribe to the podcast.

Thanks for listening.

 

Trish McFarlane, VP of Human Resource Practice and Principal Analyst,

Brandon Hall Group

Twitter: @Trish McFarlane

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Trish McFarlane

VP Human Resources Practices, Principal Analyst Seasoned HR executive focused on alignment of strategic business objectives and HR competencies. Incorporates social media, marketing, internal communications, and innovation into the strategic objectives of the company. Goal is to expand the business scope of the HR professional as human resources evolves. Specialties: Trish McFarlane,Social media, communications, employee relations, leadership development, talent management, Trish McFarlane, jobs, Perficient, HRringleader, HRevolution, healthcare, Women of HR, Perficient, Fleishman Hillard, PricewaterhouseCoopers, St. Louis Children's Hospital, March of Dimes, The Conference Board, HR, human resources, technology, HR Technology, conferences, speaking, Benefits, recruiting, digital

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