In this podcast I draw the line from cancel culture to Israel to DEI to business performance. And the argument I make is that despite the challenges we face in the political and culture wars, we, in business, have to do away with these behaviors and focus on building a meritocracy, a culture of open, ... Read more»
Every day we read about an iconic company that’s falling behind. This year it’s Disney, Nike, and Nokia, but over the years we’ve seen hundreds of innovators fail to adapt to change. I remember when Digital Equipment eclipsed IBM, only later to fall into disrepair and be acquired by Compaq, who was then acquired by ... Read more»
This week we published our TalentTrends® research for the first half of 2010 (report available to research members). In this research we ask more than 200 top HR and business leaders to tell us about their business outlook, hiring forecast, talent and leadership readiness, spending, and priorities.
What we see is a stark ... Read more»
Toyota, one of the most revered brands in the world, has crashed to earth in the last few weeks due to its slow and weak response to a variety of gas pedal and braking system product defects. Most news sources state that the company has already spent $2 Billion to respond and the company’s sales ... Read more»
It’s here, our Corporate Learning and Talent Management Predictions for 2010. Each year for the last six years we have published an in-depth report on our predictions for the coming year. This year we have 12, and they are described in detail in this free report.
- Integrated talent management will reach the boardroom.
I just finished a research member roundtable with some of our major clients and want to share five big issues we see emerging for 2010:
1. Diversity as a talent management strategy.
Nearly all of our clients mentioned that their talent management strategy now includes diversity. The definition of diversity is broad: it includes age, ... Read more»