Trillium Insights

Thoughts and Insights from Trillium's Practice Leaders

The Art and Science of Finding Talent

The Art and Science of Finding Talent

A few of our clients recently told us that they are dismayed at how similar the resumes that they are receiving from staffing firms look, and in many cases, the candidate’s skills do not match up with their resumes. It is often hard to determine the depth of skill that a person has when th... Continue reading…

What Do I Know?

What Do I Know?

Trillium staff have hands-on practical experience, (read that as trying to find people to fill real jobs), with many of the industry leading search applications specifically designed for human capital data, so when I talk on the matter of semantic search, I’m not throwing around empty opinio... Continue reading…

Watson is Relatable

Watson is Relatable

If you search YouTube, you can find the historic Jeopardy episode and watch as IBM’s Super Computer “Watson” blows away Brad Rutter, Jeopardy’s all-time biggest money winner, along with Ken Jennings, the show’s record holder for longest championship streak. The formid... Continue reading…

Big Thoughts about Big Data

Big Thoughts about Big Data

Big Data is Not a Technical Issue, it’s About People For 95 percent of all problems, the technology and tools are available to handle everything you need to do.  It really comes down to people, politics, and policies. The technology is there to implement, but you need buy in, you need... Continue reading…