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Talent Force A New Manifesto for the Human Side of Business

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ISBN-10: 0131855239

ISBN-13: 9780131855236

Edition: 2006

Authors: Rusty Rueff, Hank Stringer

List price: $27.99
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The authors identify the massive social, cultural, and economic shifts that are transforming employment. Today's best people have radically new expectations and approaches to work, this book reveals how to have the right talent in the right place at the right time.
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Book details

List price: $27.99
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 1/13/2006
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 224
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

About the Authors
The Quality Talent Imperative
The Talent to Move a Nation
Zimbabwe's Displaced Agricultural Talent Force
New Zealand's Muffled Boom
Talent Market Demands
The Only Constant Is Change
Generational Change
Emerging Talent Markets
Recruiting-Specific Trends
Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO)
Measuring Talent
The Demand for a New Approach
Building a Competitive Talent Organization
Recruiting Models: A Look Back
Emerging Recruitment Practices
The Strategic Integration Point Person
Clarian Health's Proactive Talent Organization
New Recruiting Tools, Structures, and Processes
Creating Your Talent Plan
Aligning with Marketing
The Cultural Obsession of Work
Cutting Through the Clutter-the Importance of a Talent Brand
What Is a Talent Brand?
Getting Started
Making It Real
Targeting the Effort
Using Technology to Reach Talent
Building a Talent Community
Forming Technology-Enabled Relationships
The "Sticky" Talent Web: Collecting Participants
Stuck in the Web: Capturing the Relationship
Qualifying the Candidate
New Alliances, New Opportunities, New Ways to Add Business Value
Tangible Talent Measurement
Talent Metrics
Planning for Future Talent Gaps at All Levels
Succession Planning
Wrong Talent
Private Planning, Public Accountability
Free Talent Zones-Using Talent to Drive Economic Development
Talent Goes on Offense
The Talent Demand Cycle
Talent Knows: The Information Equation
Truth in Advertising Takes On a New Meaning
The Importance of Your Virtual Lobby
The New Interview
Relationship Recruiting (Still) Rules
The Human Touchpoint
The Evangelist Culture
Succession, Development, and Planting the Seed
The First Face to Face
Continuous Improvement: The Key to a Lasting Competitive Advantage
The Gracious Recruiter
Talent Forces of Tomorrow
Internet Job Postings Go the Way of Newspaper Classifieds
Podcasting, VCasts, and Feeds
The Advertising/Marketing Force Meets the Talent Force
The Television Industry "Gets It": Just About Everyone Works
Talent Personalization
The Force of Change