It was 17 years ago when a McKinsey study uncovered the "war for talent". Today, it is no point of contention that a strong talent-centric strategy may be the most important focus for organizations. A talent-centric organization aims at recruiting, retaining and developing the best talent. The best employees will be able to adapt responsibilities and be able to come up with solutions to solve problems, which are important skills in today's dynamic work environment, and arguably more important in this recessionary climate.
The notion of hiring and retaining talented employees for organizational sustainability and competitive advantage is not a new concept. But can organizations consider themselves as having a "talent-centric" strategy without up-to-date collaboration tools, HR analytics and mobile technologies in pursuit of attracting, hiring and retaining the best talent?
Based on original research done in collaboration between Oracle HCM and HCI, we unveil new findings that explore how critical collaboration, analytic insights and mobile technology support a talent-centric work environment.
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What are the benefits to being talent-centric?
How does collaboration via social networks, analytics with predictive insights and mobile technologies support the talent-centric strategy of an organization?
Based on original research done in collaboration between Oracle HCM and HCI, we unveil new findings in a webcast and research report that explore how critical collaboration, analytic insights and mobile technology are for supporting a ...
Research | Author: Jenna Filipkowski | Source: Human Capital Institute
| Published:June 19, 2014
In this signature research, conducted in partnership between the Human Capital Institute and Oracle HCM, we explore how mobile technologies, employee collaboration and analytic insights are essential for supporting a talent-centric work ...