How is your organization’s talent strategy formulated? Who’s involved? How is it measured and managed over time? If people are an organization’s most important asset, then the conscious management of that asset should be a high priority. The fact is, however, is that most organizations don’t employ a systematic way of formulating, measuring, and managing talent strategy over time. This is risky, very risky.
This session will explore proven and innovative ways to reduce risk and increase the likelihood that talent investments reap the desired return. We’ll explore real-world examples as well as explore what lies ahead given the emergence of bid data and new information systems and visualization techniques.
Al Adamsen will lead the session. Al has a uniquely valuable background in that he's worked internally at two F100 companies, as a Practice Leader at Kenexa (now an IBM company), as well as an advisor to emerging and established brands like Disney, Boeing, Gap Inc., and Stanford University. These diverse perspectives will help participants better understand the people, process, technology, and governance changes that need to take place to get your team, and your organization, to its desired future state, a point where it’s effectively using data-derived insight to guide talent-related decisions.
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