DAVID CREELMAN, MARSHALL GOLDSMITH, MICHAEL
MICHALKO AND MANY MORE
DISPLAY UNTIL 31 AUGUST 2014
[Cover Story] 18 .. TALENT MOBILITY DEFINED By Jose Fernandez
In an era that comprises phenomenal change in business standards of corporate structures and technology, company norms are quickly beginning to shift and adapt to current trends of the new modern workforce. Now more than ever, a global and flexible approach to business is seen as a priority, as is the urgency for a dynamic talent pool. In the next decade the ability of organisations to manage their global talent efficiently will mark the difference between success and failure. Economic transformation and demographic changes have already had an impact on talent supply and demand. The emergence of a new generation of workers that are independent and decisive about following their own agendas and opportunities, presents an entirely new set of challenges. Many companies are still left clueless about handling this new breed of workers. This is where talent mobility management comes in as a key aspect to retaining and controlling the fate of your business. Consequently, this also places a great responsibility on the shoulders of HR. Purchase to read more.
In this issue…
22 .. TALENT MOBILITY: A PRACTICAL STRATEGY
24 .. A GLOBAL TALENT MOBILITY STUDY: REGIONAL DIFFERENCES IN POLICY AND PRACTICE
26 .. GETTING A GREET ON MOBILITY COSTS
29 .. ACHIEVING TALENT MOBILITY WITH SUCCESSION PLANNING
30 .. THE COMPETITION FOR TALENT IN EMERGING MARKETS
31 .. UNLEASHING THE POWER OF PEOPLE – A GLOBAL SNACKING POWERHOUSE PERSPECTIVE
32 .. ADDING COLOUR TO YOUR OFFICE
34 .. OFFICE POLITICS: AN UNAVOIDABLE CONSEQUENCE?
36 .. DELISA ALEXANDER: Executive Vice President & Chief People Officer, Red Hat