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Redefining Talent for the New World of Work

This white paper focuses on the effect that rapid, unpredictable, paradoxical, and tangled changes will have on the talent landscape, and it explores how organizations and individual leaders can adapt to and leverage these changes to turn what could otherwise be an overwhelming experience into an opportunity to thrive amidst the turbulence. By George Hallenbeck, Nicholas Horney, and Stephen Bateman

July 26, 2018

Stay Ahead of Change with Talent Portfolio Agility™

Talent in the digital era is changing.

The gig economy is already here and is expected to grow even bigger over the next 5-10 years.

With these massive shifts, the workforce is being totally reshaped.

Very soon, the talent landscape will look completely different.

But most companies are still operating in a decades-old paradigm when it comes to talent.

Organizations that are able to redefine talent for the new world of work will better position themselves to compete in the future.

They will prosper through constant change as they:

  • Increase engagement and retention of all their talent, including freelancers and gig economy workers.
  • Elevate their employer brand and gain access to a larger talent pool.
  • Harness a diverse and dynamic talent base to accelerate culture change.
  • Reduce their vulnerability to shifts in the talent market.

To position your organization for the future, you’ll want to diversify your organization’s talent portfolio, just like its financial portfolio, through Talent Portfolio Agility™.

To learn more about this strategic approach to talent management, download the white paper now.


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