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While the war for talent rages on and the economy slowly but surely comes back to life, forward-thinking human capital practitioners are taking a closer look at the talent already in their organizations. There are many strategies to determine who is already employed in your organization and what their career aspirations and skill sets may be —assessments, surveys, performance reviews, personal conversations, and manager interviews. But to be most effective, it’s critical to recognize and implement the best combination for your company and situation. Even more important is to integrate the talent management silos in order to get the mechanisms of HCM working together to solve the talent issues of the business. Heather Erickson highlights some of the best practices from her career in talent management to make the most out of talent mobility
The opportunity to move across different job functions was, in my experience, born from the necessity of the start-up nature of the organizations for which I was employed. But these same principles are becoming more prominent in global corporations as they strive to become more agile in today’s frequently changing marketplace.
Leading organizations are devoting more attention than ever before to Talent Mobility. This strategic focus encompasses the readiness for talent movement and the management process of shifting talent across an organization’s projects, ...