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IT - HR

McKinsey calls talent 'the holy grail of technology transformations.' It delivers the biggest business impact, but it isn't easy to execute - and that might be why so many CIOs push it down on the priority list.

But even if you're ready to lead with a people-first approach, you can't build your future-ready workforce if you don't know what it should look like.

For O&A CEO Dan Roberts' CIO Whisperers column, Will Markow, VP of Applied Research and Talent at Emsi Burning Glass, outlined the future-ready skills that will give your organization 'first-mover advantage.' He also explains how you can maximize your re-skilling ROI and optimize your workforce planning roadmap around 'the 4 Bs' of talent management.


HR Leaders Are Discussing the Next Iteration of Career Pathing at the Gartner ReimagineHR Conference, September 15-16, in London

Only one in four employees is confident about their career path at their current organization, according to Gartner, Inc. The latest findings were announced today during the Gartner ReimagineHR Conference, taking place here through Friday.

A Gartner survey of more than 3,300 employees conducted in March 2022 revealed that fewer than one in three employees knows how to progress their career over the next five years.


Why Isn't There More Young Talent In The Data Center Industry?
Data Center Knowledge, September 15th, 2022
The unique perspective of a young professional thriving in the data center world.

Like many professionals in the digital infrastructure field, I found my way into this industry by chance. I knew what building hospitals or high-rises entailed because I had grown up seeing these facilities and understood the benefits they provided to society. I pursued civil engineering degrees; unaware I could contribute to digital infrastructure.

HR Leaders Are Discussing the Future of Creativity at the Gartner ReimagineHR Conference September 15-16, in London

Forty-nine percent of HR leaders named innovating for success as one of their top three priorities for 2022, according to a survey Gartner, Inc. The latest findings were announced today during the Gartner ReimagineHR Conference, taking place here through today.

Despite HR leaders prioritizing innovations, a May 2022 Gartner survey of more than 3,500 employees found that only 46% of employees agree that their organization encourages creative thinking.

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