Clark Hill: Talent management department helps groom future leaders

Detroit-based Clark Hill PLC has a professional development department specifically tasked with developing the law firm’s attorneys throughout their careers.

Jennifer Sarhaddi, who works out of the firm’s Chicago office, is in charge of managing and supporting the development of the firm’s senior attorneys and associates.

More information: http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article/20170326/NEWS/170329853/clark-hill-talent-management-department-helps-groom-future-leaders

Rethinking talent management in the era of disruption

Regardless of which era we are in, talent management has always been one of the most critical human resource strategies for all executives. The rationale behind this is rather simple as human capital has…

More information: http://www.bangkokpost.com/business/news/1226131/rethinking-talent-management-in-the-era-of-disruption

Why talent management is almost a myth in Kenya

  • Every creative has a fundamental artistic flaw that makes them fantastic on stage but a disaster in ordinary life. In a sense, managers are the brains behind the operation putting everything together.
  • In Kenya, however, most artistes are their own executive producers, tour managers, booking agents… a situation that is definitely not working well for many of them. It is easy to see the difference a competent manager makes.
  • With a career that spans almost two decades, Nameless is a prominent and ever present figure in the Kenyan music space who has over the years tried various ways of managing his own music career with varying levels of success.

More information: http://www.nation.co.ke/lifestyle/buzz/Why-talent-management-is-almost-a-myth-in-Kenya/441236-3891186-5hk2x9/

Talent Management In The Digital Era

A new three-part series from Forbes Insights and Oracle analyzes the full continuum of talent management in the digital era: talent acquisition and onboarding, training and development, and succession planning.

The first brief in the series, “Talent Acquisition and Onboarding: 4 Steps to a Winning Candidate Experience,” discusses how companies can build a high-performance culture that treats candidates like their very best customers.

More information: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesinsights/2017/04/13/talent-management-in-the-digital-era/#2fe2788759b7

HR reinvents itself by employing talent management tools and practices

Talent management is going through a major transformation with machine learning, analytics and mobile among the technologies leading the overhaul. Executives can choose from an array of new talent management tools such as micro-videos for employee learning, applications for continuous performance management and mobile access, and even blockchain for ensuring accuracy in hiring.

More information: http://searchfinancialapplications.techtarget.com/ehandbook/HR-reinvents-itself-by-employing-talent-management-tools-and-practices

How Proper Talent Management Prevents CIOs and CMOs from Butting Heads

A member of your tight-knit marketing team just put in his two weeks’ notice, and now you’re faced with the daunting task of talent management. You bring up the news in a weekly meeting with your C-suite colleagues, and suddenly, the conference room becomes a boxing ring:

More information: https://www.skyword.com/contentstandard/marketing/how-proper-talent-management-prevents-cios-and-cmos-from-butting-heads/

Human Resources to implement new talent management system called UNMJobs 2.0

Get ready for a new look and enhanced features if you are posting or looking for a job through the University’s job site. On April 3, the applicant tracking and hiring system, UNMJobs, will begin showcasing a significant update of its services. Behind the scenes, a whole new software package will be guiding the experience of job applicants, hiring managers, search committees, and employment transaction areas.

More information: http://news.unm.edu/news/human-resources-to-implement-new-talent-management-system-called-unmjobs-2-0

Photos and roundup: Talent Management Asia 2017, Hong Kong

Organised by Human Resources, the recent Talent Management Asia 2017, Hong Kong saw over 200 attendees gaining insights into some of the biggest talent trends and challenges through a series of keynote presentations, case studies, and panel discussions.

Back for its third year, the event was produced by Francis Lee and was specially curated to bring together HR heads and business leaders to discuss updates in the talent marketplace and other HR trends.

More information: http://www.humanresourcesonline.net/events/photos-and-roundup-talent-management-asia-2017-hong-kong/

Lack of Supply Chain Talent—or Lack of Talent Management?

Young people who go into supply chain and manufacturing jobs complain that employers demand creativity during the hiring process, yet have no tolerance for new ideas in the workplace.

My university has a new and relatively small degree program, but just in the past three years a dozen of our graduates who landed jobs in Fortune 100 companies—several listed on Gartner’s Top 25 Supply Chains—have made the same complaint: companies use their reputation to hire over-qualified workers into low-skill jobs.

More information: http://www.scmr.com/article/lack_of_supply_chain_talentor_lack_of_talent_management1

Blockchain and mini-videos signal changes in talent management tools

Talent management is going through a major transformation with machine learning, analytics and mobile among the technologies leading the overhaul. Executives can choose from an array of new talent management tools such as micro-videos for employee learning, applications for continuous performance management and mobile access, and even blockchain for ensuring accuracy in hiring.

More information: http://searchfinancialapplications.techtarget.com/opinion/Blockchain-and-mini-videos-signal-changes-in-talent-management-tools