The HR function is going through a process of redesigning its value proposition. Changes occurring at break-neck speed in the working world and in the business environment at large are forcing people management activities to be rethought to see how it can now bring value to an environment dominated by uncertainty and volatility. Part of…

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It is an indisputable fact that truly successful engagement management in organizations requires using technology to implement it. HR technology solutions must address several critical issues in order to function as enablers for the implementation of different processes. From our point of view there are ten key features that an HR technology solution must cover:…

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After we clearly grasp the importance of the talent review process as a starting point for building professional development policies which I discussed in a previous post, “Is your company ready for talent review?”, I would then like to demonstrate all these concepts in this second sequel through a series of practical cases. To do…

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For us to realize just how important the concept of “talent” is today, it’s enough to do a simple Google search to find out that this is a recurrent subject in umpteen blogs, articles, HR forums and highly topical in all areas and levels of organizations. Talent search, promotion, development and retention have thus become…

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Is talent the same as potential? Who is responsible for making this talent bloom?

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