You know that your talent acquisition function has opportunities for improvement, but deciding where and how to address your problems is a challenge in itself. But which strategic, systematic approach to problem-solving will work for you? For a growing number of organizations, Design Thinking is proving an effective method to improve key recruiting outcomes. Though there are many approaches to Design Thinking, all feature an iterative methodology that seeks to understand end-user challenges through empathy.
Pioneered by firms like IDEO, Apple, and Airbnb, Design Thinking can help you build an end-to-end recruiting process that focuses on the candidate experience while considering the needs of your hiring managers and recruiters. To better understand the outcomes of Design Thinking when applied to the talent acquisition process, HCI conducted a survey of 307 HR and recruiting professionals and interviewed a panel of design specialists and talent acquisition experts.
Join us as we reveal the results of this new research study, and take your questions about Design Thinking. All registrants will receive a copy of the research report.
You will learn:
What the most important and effective recruitment processes are.
Which characteristics define an exceptional candidate experience.
How to use Design Thinking to understand the motivations of candidates and hiring managers.
How to apply Design Thinking at your organization to improve both the candidate experience and your hiring processes.
Mirroring the trends in consumer behavior where people want more personalized experiences rather than “things” with mass appeal, HR must customize and individualize its talent acquisition practices. Today, most recruiting programs and ...