Talent

Technology, globalization, and growing regulation are reshaping the way people work, learn, collaborate, and lead. Organizations are now rethinking their talent strategies at all stages of the employee lifecycle; looking to the open talent economy to attract, access, develop, and retain talent.

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Courting the candidate-customer

Brand-conscious companies are redefining the talent acquisition experience by making sure their candidate-customers both gain tangible value from the interview process, and have the capabilities to navigate and succeed within the organization should they be offered a position.

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Talent Optimization for the Global Workforce

New Bersin by Deloitte research shows the market for integrated talent management systems remains the most rapidly growing area within human capital management software. Download our complimentary WhatWorks® Brief for an overview of the research.

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Jeff Schwartz

Global Human Capital Leader -Marketing, Eminence

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Beyond corporate borders to talent ecosystems

What the open source model did for software development, the open talent economy is doing for work. Today’s younger are managing their careers on their own terms. Organizations will need to reassess what they have to offer talent and even what it means to “have” talent in the first place.

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Fuelling the Asian growth engine

Technology and globalization are making the world a smaller place. In a quest for new opportunities, many organizations are focusing on Asia, a region offering strong prospects for future growth. The expanding Asian business landscape is resulting in further competitiveness for top talent & leaders.