The innovators who change the world all have something in common: they think differently. Individuals like Jobs, Gates,
Carnegie and Bezos have developed and originated ideas, markets and technology that were, by others, unimaginable. How did they become such innovators? Simply put, they used an alternative approach of thinking. In my opinion, "alternative thinking" is the backbone of advancement and has an infinite amount of value when developing a method for alternatively sourcing candidates. Recruiters use alternative recruitment methods to contact individuals thought to be unreachable, and there is no "one size fits all" alternative method of sourcing; it hinges on the recruiter, the employment brand and the talent community.
Gain insight on utilizing analytics in sync with strategic workforce planning to maintain growth and learn how Talent and People Analytics allow us to bridge the gap and bring together the employee data in the company to overcome specific business problems and plan effectively for the future.
What does diversity mean to you? For me, I often see “diversity” visualized in stock photography—typically, an image of hands over hands of varying skin tones or perhaps a group of smiling people of different races. It doesn’t take much, really, to look diverse. But what does it mean for a company to actually be diverse?