Talent Tectonics

Talent Tectonics: Navigating Global Workforce Shifts, Building Resilient Organizations and Reimagining the Employee Experience

Hardback Published on: 29/08/2022
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Synopsis

How to attract, retain, develop, and engage people for a changing world of work

Shifting demographics combined with the digitalization of all aspects of life are transforming the nature of work. This is forcing companies to rethink how they design jobs and recruit, develop, and engage employees.

In Talent Tectonics: Navigating Global Workforce Shifts, Building Resilient Organizations, and Reimagining the Employee Experience, Dr. Steven Huntexplains how technology is changing the purpose of work and why creating effective employee experiences is critical to building organizations that can thrive in a world of accelerating change and growing skill shortages.

In the book, you’ll find insights from the perspective of a person who has worked with thousands of companies around the globe using technology to build effective workforces. The book explores how business strategy, organizational psychology, and work technology interact to create nimble companies. The book discusses the future, but its focus is on the present, identifying things companies can do now to attract critical talent and create resilient organizations including:

  • How to manage different types of employee experiences to create engaged and adaptable workforces
  • How technology can enable large organizations to act more like small, agile, entrepreneurial companies.
  • Rethinking employee recruitment, development, and engagement to create supportive, inclusive, and resilient organizational cultures

Perfect for human resources professionals, employee experience managers, and business leaders responsible for building effective workforces, Talent Tectonics belongs in the libraries of every leader, employee, and professional invested in ensuring that their organization can attract, retain, and develop the talent needed to achieve its strategic goals.

  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • ISBN: 9781119885184
  • Number of pages: 320
  • Weight: 476g
  • Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 33 mm

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