The ideal of the complete talent management suite has become a fixture in the industry over the years. Driven by competition and market expectations, solutions providers have built, expanded or acquired functionality-- reaching for everything from job posting to onboarding and performance management. In turn, companies have increased their demands based on what the market has to offer. Will the apparent trend toward broad and deep functionality ever lead to a complete talent suite that is everything to everyone? It may be difficult to believe in such an ideal, but it has driven a very real evolution in technology. In many ways, it's not important whether the ideal becomes a reality. For those who develop talent technology and the companies that buy it, the trends inspired by the ideal are what matter most, and those trends will continue to affect how business is done well into the future.
Join us for a fascinating look into the future of TMS-and the history that drove it. Ed Newman, president of The Newman Group, a (FutureStep company) and recognized leader in talent acquisition and management consulting services will share his extensive experience in addressing the most difficult talent challenges facing today's companies. We'll examine the myths and fallacies of TMS, but also look at real life planning-including getting the right sponsorship, planning for implementations and prioritizing your functional requirements.