Bill Kutik


Bill Kutik

About Bill Kutik

Bill Kutik is considered the leading independent analyst of the HR technology marketplace with specialties in HCM, Recruiting, Talent Management, SaaS, mobile and social networking. In 2015, he started Firing Line with Bill Kutik, the first independent broadcast-quality video interview series about HR technology. Since 1990, he has been Technology Columnist for Human Resource Executive (and for HREOnline since 2006), also serving as founding co-chairman of the magazine's famous annual conference, HR Technology Conference & Exhibition, since it began in 1998 until 2013. In 2008, he started The Bill Kutik Radio Show, a biweekly online talk show with industry leaders, currently on hiatus but with 183 episodes in the archive. HR World named him one of "The Top 25 HR Influencers of 2007." More recently, he was named a "Top 25 HR Digital Influencer 2009" and a "Top 100 Influencer." In 2012, Human Resource Executive named him one of the 10 "Most Powerful HR Technology Experts."

employee performance

5 Minutes With A Top HCM Executive: The Future Of Management With SAP SuccessFactors President Mike Ettling [VIDEO]

22-Nov-2016 | Bill Kutik

The future of HR is increasingly intertwined with the future of the business, which means HR needs to step up their game to stay competitive in the eyes of both current and future employees. To drive

workforce management

5 Minutes With A Top Influencer: The Future of HR Technology In The Workplace With Jason Averbook [VIDEO]

25-Oct-2016 | Bill Kutik

Talent management software suites may be failing due to low user adoption. In the five-minute independent video broadcast on "Firing Line with Bill Kutik," thought-leader Jason Averbook advocates

HR, careers, innovation, innovation technology, technology, Naomi Lee Bloom

5 Minutes With The World’s Expert On HR Technology, 70-Year-Old Naomi Lee Bloom [VIDEO]

27-Sep-2016 | Bill Kutik

While technology capabilities have exploded in the last five decades, not much has changed in how you select, buy, and implement enterprise software. All those processes remain largely manual. In t