Entrepreneurial Problems: the ability to choose the correct market, align field operations, and select viable products and services.
Engineering Problems: challenges that address the organization’s technological support.
Administrative Problems: issues that inhibit the organization and management of the work itself.
Employers added 287,000 jobs in June 2016. Many believe America is at -- or near -- full employment. Further 10,000 people per day reach the age of retirement. So there is one thing we can agree on: talent is in full flux. Which leaves many organizations asking the same questions: Will our organization survive? Will our employees stay with us? Will our technology partner survive? Needless to say, environmental and external forces have a material impact to your business.
The challenge, therefore, is how organizations can better align themselves to these environmental and external forces. To achieve this alignment and overcome business challenges, companies need to reconcile their entrepreneurial, engineering, and administrative problems.
Watch this webcast and learn best practices on how identifying your company’s entrepreneurial, engineering, and administrative problems will help you avoid spending resources on unnecessary functions.
Seventy-eight percent of HR using talent data to predict business outcomes is either weak or inadequate. Executives are increasingly pressuring HR to produce evidence-based insight on critical talent to drive business outcomes. This c-level concern presents a massive opportunity for talent analytics.
This podcast is perfect for HR professionals looking to break through to a more mature process of people analytics. Cornerstone OnDemand's Jennifer Burnett provides a series of talking points to help you think about the journey to become more ...