How the new cognitive era is driving positive changes for candidates and talent acquisition professionals alike.
How process improvement, analytics and behavioral change can drive a “faster, simpler and better” approach to resourcing and talent.
How these improvements have far-reaching ramifications across IT and access management, HR systems, data privacy and more.
There’s a tectonic shift taking place in the way we work, and the fault line runs right through the middle of HR. New technologies, greater mobility and the growing expectations of both employers and employees are leading to new HR imperatives include creating agile cultures, inspiring workforces and driving business strategy. In an upcoming webcast, Ernst Blom, Project Lead of One Resourcing at Royal Dutch Shell, will be joined by Duke Daehling, Director of Talent Management, Analytics & Strategy for IBM Analytics, to explore in depth the changes occurring in the workplace, including a new internal resourcing approach for Shell that is impacting in excess of 150K people.
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This is a transformational and exciting time for HR. By infusing analytics into HR processes organizations are turning workforce data into actionable information that can be used to make an immediate impact on business performance. Join us at IBM HR Summit Boston, happening September 6-8, as we talk about building a culture of success through workforce analytics. Click here to learn more and register.
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