Is ‘talent to lead’ something we could quantifiably measure? And if so, how? We've read Gallup reports that only 1 in 10 people possess the quality to lead. Yikes.
—Looking for Leaders, HR consultant, technology services, Salt Lake City
Jon Hyman offers four talent management tips after watching his 8-year-old daughter's rock band Cutetallica perform last weekend. Read More
I’m wondering about strategies to turn low-potential employees into high potentials. How often is this done and are there any best practices?
—What About the Also-Rans? OD specialist, software/systems, Washington, D.C.
We've completed our skills gap analysis and competency profile - but we can't find enough good candidates in the job market who have the right skills. Now that we have all this information, where do we go from here?
— Only Half the Problem, HR consultant, Nairobi
A USC professor, John Boudreau has written books on the business impact of HR and the use of HR analytics. Workforce spoke with him about the state of talent management.Read More
Disney has become data-conscious in the way it manages its creative workforce.Read More
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