AMBITION.ONE week 12

ambitionOne.org is proud to present Steven van Belleghem the king of keynote presentations. We asked Steven if he could share his view on the link between HR management and Customer Experience. In this video Steven shares how the Right Processes, Measurement and most importantly Culture; “HR has to lead the human transformation, a required consequence of the digital transformation we are in.”


YouTube’s CEO just schooled every other tech company on how to treat female employees

Silicon Valley, while awesome at making strides in tech, has a well-documented problem with gender diversity. That’s why we’re loving this real talk from YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki. She just outlined how she plans to combat gender imbalance, and needless to say, we’re into it.

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In an op-ed for Vanity Fair, Wojcicki — who boosted women’s representation at YouTube from 24% to nearly 30% in less than three years at the company’s helm — highlights three main ways to attract and retain female talent. The best part? She’s a female CEO who has successfully changed the gender makeup of her company, so she knows what she’s talking about. And she has the power to implement these changes. Click here for the full article at Vanity Fair


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AMBITIONONE MEMBERS MEET IN EINDHOVEN – MAY 18TH

On Thursday May 18th the first “ambitionOne members meet” event will be held,  in Eindhoven, the Netherlands from 19.00-23.00 hr. With an intimate group of 20 members we will share ideas, get a unique speed lecture by Professor Barney Jordaan from the best business school in the BeNeLux Vlerick , in an inspiring location with good food and wine. Additionally we will offer each participant 50 shares of ambitionOne. register here


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Intel buys Mobileye in $15.3B deal, moves its automotive unit to Israel

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First they partnered, and now comes the acquisition: The computing giant Intel has confirmed that it is acquiring Mobileye, a leader in computer vision for autonomous driving technology, for $15.3 billion — the biggest-ever acquisition of an Israeli tech company.

Specifically, “Under the terms of the agreement, a subsidiary of Intel will commence a tender offer to acquire all of the issued and outstanding ordinary shares of Mobileye for $63.54 per share in cash, representing a fully-diluted equity value of approximately $15.3 billion and an enterprise value of $14.7 billion,” the company noted in a statement. The deal is expected to close in about nine months, Intel said. read more


LEGO / BUSINESS PROCESSES & INFORMATION DIRECTOR FOR HR – Denmark, Billund

legoAre you always the one to say, “I’m sure there’s a better way of doing that”? As a process director specialist, you secure innovative process optimization in selected processes within HR (People Operations & Development).

Striking a balance between local business area flexibility and the global compliance agenda to secure maximum value for the company. Based in Billund you will join a team of dedicated colleagues in Business Processes & Information. We provide specialist knowledge, strive for process excellence across Human Resource and Finance processes and have responsibility for training and project portfolio. Our mission is to develop and maintain effective standardized processes based on business requirements. click here


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Steven van Belleghem – The link between HR and Customer Experience

ambitionOne.org is proud to present Steven van Belleghem the king of keynote presentations. We asked Steven if he could share his view on the link between HR management and Customer Experience. In this video Steven shares how the Right Processes, Measurement and most importantly Culture; “HR has to lead the human transformation, a required consequence of the digital transformation we are in.”

employer branding

ambitionOne® is the global career community for outperforming professionals, the network was founded to match the ambition of it’s members with the “most admired employers” and hottest startups. It is our believe that our members can support these companies to win in their markets, and thereby improve the planet, one career at a time.

Apart from direct access to the network’s talent pool these employers enjoy premium Employer Branding, the top of mind topic in board rooms today.

Tom Haak’s 7 trends in Employer Branding

ambitionOne is proud to share Tom Haak‘s trends in Employer Branding, Tom is the director of the HR Trend Institute

Employer Branding is changing fast. In this post Tom shares Seven trends in employer branding, creating opportunities to improve employer branding. The “Real people/Real stories” trend is fully in line with ambitionOne‘s activity; sharing stories of real outperformers combined with those of most admired employers. Similar to ARA’s Andy Mosmans, Tom states that Consumer Branding and Employer Branding are merging;

Employer Branding according to Andy Mosmans

ambitionOne® is honoured to post this blog on Employer Branding by Andy Mosmans, a leading Brand Strategist, successful Entrepreneur and author of  “Ondernemingssucces & BRANDING NL”. Andy is Strategy Director and Partner at ARA creative agency.


Employer branding today In essence a corporation needs two kinds of people: customers and employees. They are the players in the game of the name (of the company, the corporate brand). Just like on the client market corporations need to build brand strength in an integrative way on the talent market: employer branding.

Employee Experience

More and more employers accept the fact that the power has shifted from employer to employee. Professionals carefully design their career, and are committed to contribute to the purpose of “most admired employers” as long as that contributes to their personal development. The ideal tenure to both contribute in the best way to the corporation, as well as to maintain a steep enough learning curve is 8-10 years, not life-time-employment.