Presented By: Christine McLeod | Webcast Aired: August 8, 2013
How disruption should "Start with Why" so that the process has structure and meaning
Learn how social technology can disrupt performance and development practices and streamline processes and drive ROI for the firm
Applications for social technology across a multitude of talent management practices
As trends come and go we see a continual flowing cycle ranging from innovators, early adopters, early majority, late majority and finally to laggards. Geoffrey Moore in his book, Crossing the Chasm, suggests a variation, placing a disruptive gap between the combined innovators and early adopters and the early majority. Talent development leaders have an approaching tipping point with disruptive technology.
Not only can talent development leaders leverage social technologies as a strategy across talent management, acquisition, development and engagement but firms are seeing the adoption of gamification increase as an avenue for learning and development with online badges and leader boards. Talent Acquisition professionals will be sourcing using social as a tool and a measurement focusing on personal branding and the strength of candidate networks.