Editor’s note: Research from global consultancy Mercer shows that organisations would like to be agile but their people processes are hindering them from being what the research calls “change agile”.
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Editor’s note: An interesting approach here to use a war game to try and solve talent management issues in the US military.
Editor’s note: I like this quote to a piece debunking the war on talent myth: “Companies that engaged in the war for talent “set up competitive, zero-sum dynamics that make internal learning and knowledge transfer difficult … and create an attitude of arrogance instead of an attitude of wisdom.”
Editor’s note: How Amazon ensures the right cultural fit by using designated ‘bar-raisers’ to ensure the right hires.
David Wilson of analyst elearnity told delegates at the HR Tech Europe conference that integration…
During Gartner VP of research Thomas Otter’s opening keynote at the HR Tech Conference in…
Editor’s note: Analyst Josh Bersin takes a look at the talent management software market, which he says is worth $4bn and is growing at 15% a year.
Editor’s note: And so we see more consolidation as big tech players buy their piece of the talent management market. IBM has bought Kenexa, a purchase which follows the likes of SAP buying SuccessFactors. Talent management tech vendors, by their very nature, provide tools for learning and development. Does this mean a continuing focus on the one size fits all ‘learning solution’?