After the success of DisruptHR Brisbane in 2017, the fast-paced international event series that gets people thinking differently about people, performance and culture is returning. intelliHR is pleased to announce that we are hosting...
intelliHR Holdings Limited (ASX: IHR) shares will commence trading on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) today, following its successful $4.5 million Initial Public Offering (IPO). intelliHR is an Australian cloud-based people management and intuitive...
intelliHR is pleased to advise that the ASX has approved the admission of intelliHR Holdings Limited ASX:IHR to the official list of ASX and the quotation of its securities, subject to the satisfaction of its...
After the success of DisruptHR Brisbane in 2017, the fast-paced international event series that gets people thinking differently about people, performance and culture is returning. intelliHR is pleased to announce that we are hosting DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0 at the Brisbane Powerhouse on 18 April, 2018.
A global sensation, DisruptHR was first held in September 2013 in Cincinnati, USA and has since appeared in 119 cities around the world. Last year in Brisbane, nine disruptors rocked the stage of the Brisbane Powerhouse, bringing their ideas on a diverse range of topics from ‘Augmented Reality in HR’ to ‘Why HR Needs to Put On the Oxygen Mask’ to ‘Digital Disruption in Talent Strategy’. The DisruptHR concept sees a rapid fire of presentations, five minutes each with slides transitioning every 15 seconds. It’s a fun, dynamic and agile exchange of ideas about people, culture and technology.
If you’re an HR disruptor looking to shake up the way people think – whether you’re an HR professional, a CEO or just someone who has something to say about talent, culture or technology – we’re looking for you. Speaker submissions are now open, but you’ll need to be quick as they close March 1, 2018.
To register your interest in being a disruptor or to purchase tickets click here
Can’t wait till DisruptHR Brisbane 2.0? Click here to view the presentations from DisruptHR Brisbane 1.0.
intelliHR Holdings Limited (ASX: IHR) shares will commence trading on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) today, following its successful $4.5 million Initial Public Offering (IPO).
intelliHR is an Australian cloud-based people management and intuitive data analytics software company that is enhancing productivity, staff retention, and corporate culture for its clients.
The Company issued 15 million new shares last week at an issue price of $0.30 per share under its oversubscribed IPO.
The ASX-listing will help the Company expand its innovative people management solutions in Australia and overseas. ASX-listing will also enhance intelliHR’s branding and help align employees and other key stakeholders by allowing equity participation in the Company’s growth.
The business was conceived when intelliHR’s Founder and Managing Director, Rob Bromage, originally a human resources consultant, saw a need for an intuitive automated software solution to help his existing clients. He responded by developing a unique software solution and, in 2013, intelliHR was spun-off as a separate business.
intelliHR has since been attracting the attention of both international and local clients, across a broad range of industries and has won business from some of the big players in the people management software space.
Mr Bromage said that the Company has developed its software-as-a-service platform as a single suite of people management tools. intelliHR provides automation and produces analytics that incorporate machine learning and Natural Language processing tools.
“We offer an essential core platform for every organisation to manage and retain human talent; providing the necessary tools to align, manage and enable a ‘people and culture strategy’ with a company’s broader business strategy,” Mr Bromage said.
“In 2018 we will be enhancing our existing system features which includes our recently launched sentiment analysis tool and further focus on best practice human capital management process innovation and process efficiency,” he said.
intelliHR people management tools can help businesses reduce costs through real-time data and analytics that help organisations better understand staff turnover, absenteeism, employee engagement and sentiment.
“There is also a top-line benefit where a more motivated, engaged and empowered workforce can drive improved organisational performance. We are witnessing this return on investment in our existing clients’ successes already,” Mr Bromage said.
“intelliHR benefits a wide-ranging client audience, and we have seen it enhance very diverse businesses both in industry type and size, from regional high schools to national law firms,” he said.
intelliHR is led by a highly-experienced Board of industry leaders including Tony Bellas of Corporate Travel Management and ERM Power, Greg Baynton of Orbit Capital and Novonix, and Jamie Duffield founding partner of Revolution IT.
intelliHR is pleased to advise that the ASX has approved the admission of intelliHR Holdings Limited ASX:IHR to the official list of ASX and the quotation of its securities, subject to the satisfaction of its conditions precedent.
Trading in the company’s securities is scheduled to commence on Tuesday 23 January 2018 under the ASX Code IHR.
intelliHR is an Australian HR technology business developing and currently marketing a next-generation cloud-based people management and data analytics platform. It has the potential to become an essential core platform for every business, providing the necessary tools to align, manage and enable people and culture with their business strategy.
It adds value through the automation of manual HR processes, captures critical people and performance data not traditionally visible to business and provides a platform for the effective and efficient management of people and business. intelliHR utilises cloud-based tools for real-time collection and reporting of data, delivering its unique core analytic capabilities.
The intelliHR Platform allows organisations to manage and access information across the entire organisation and gives HR professionals and business leaders essential data and the opportunity to make strategic decisions based on real-time analytics.
What do you get when you put an eager bunch of HR enthusiasts into a room, with a challenge to solve in 8 hours? The result: an electrified melting pot of ideas that can supercharge the way people are recognised in business. In early December, intelliHR hosted Recognition Mission – its first non-technical hackathon to devise new ideas to boost recognition practices in a global business.
The six teams collaborated on ideas that would champion positive behaviours and drive employee engagement. Innovative, creative and realistic initiatives were pitched to the Hackathon participants and the all-important intelliHR judging panel, made up of CEO Rob Bromage, intelliHR Chairman Tony Bellas and intelliHR CTO Jeremy Fong.
The range of solutions of how to promote recognition in business were devised by the teams using innovative ideas around people management and technology. Here is what we learnt:
One size doesn’t fit all: Hackers felt that in existing recognition systems, there was an extrinsic one-size-fits-all approach with recognition coming from the top down. Acknowledging that individuals have preferences over the way they receive recognition, for example whether it’s in a public or private forum, they sought to devise a personalised solution. Defining what types of recognition individual employees liked to receive, data would be entered into a customisable dashboard where wins could be recorded and displayed, as well as important dates (such as birthdays or work anniversaries) stored.
They suggested that peer-to-peer recognition would be more meaningful, especially when delivered in a timely manner. With employees empowered through giving and receiving recognition in a way that’s meaningful to them, a company’s cultural behaviours would be reinforced.
The dollar value: Putting the value of recognition into a financial metric for the company was a persuasive idea to encourage managers to be more proactive about recognition. For example, metrics (including cost of sick leave, recruitment, meeting times) could be created along with benchmarks. At certain intervals, data is released to managers to reveal if these benchmarks are being hit. If they aren’t being met, managers will be able to see the financial cost of this to the business.
A personal touch: Hackers believed personalising recognition could improve employee engagement, in one instance by conducting an initial survey to collect information about the employee to gauge their personal preferences. How they would like to receive recognition from a team or from a peer and so forth. Those responses could be adapted to the employee’s profile in the software and made available to everyone in the organisation. This enables employees to take more ownership in a company’s recognition system.
Play the game: Gamification was an idea that hackers felt could make recognition more engaging, fun and addictive for employees. The central idea was to use augmented reality to personalise recognition and encourage team building. Ideas saw employees venturing into a world of augmented reality to create office “gardens” where staff can add elements such as flowers or plants as a notation of recognition. Employee recognition given by peers in an innovative and fun way was suggested as more likely to be adopted by workforces.
An alternate gamification-based idea was inspired by the addictive social media game Farmville, where people could give plants, crops and other items as recognition. Following the successful building up of an employee’s “farm” this could later be exchanged for rewards. The data on how people are performing based on recognition could then be seen on a manager’s dashboard. Another engaging and fun way to make recognition part of a work day.
The hackathon delivered many ideas and fresh perspectives about how to make recognition a positive force in business that hackers walked away with new insights, inspired by what could become of their workplaces if such initiatives were implemented.
It was a tough decision for the judges with all the groups bringing innovative and well-thought out solutions to the table. Rob Bromage commended all hackers for their efforts and collaborations. “This hackathon was about getting recognition back on our radars with innovative ideas and fresh perspectives, to empower employees across global workplaces. With the right recognition systems, we can make work a better place for everyone from frontline staff to CEOs and boost performance in the process,” says Rob. “The hackers have unravelled key challenges businesses face when they have a remote, multisite or global workforce. I am inspired by what was developed and enthused for intelliHR to make steps towards improving the way recognition is delivered in any workplace.”
The inaugural intelliHR Hackathon: Recognition Mission was won by team ‘Spaghetti Lords’ for their idea of personalised recognition. Runners up prizes went to team ‘Fake Plastic Trees’ for their augmented reality inspiration and ‘Crash and Burn’ for their focus on understanding the value and positive financial impact possibilities of recognition.
All event photos can be viewed via the intelliHR Facebook page here.
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