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Harvard Business Review 2019 (Fall)

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Год выпуска: Fall 2019

Автор: Harvard Business Review USA

Жанр: Бизнес

Издательство: «Harvard Business Review USA»

Формат: PDF (журнал на английском языке)

Количество страниц: 116


Winning the War for Talent

Your organization's success has never been more dependent on people — those with the technical and leadership skills to carry you into the future. How will you compete?

Companies are rushing to reinvent their talent management to become more responsive and flexible. In “HR Goes Agile,” Peter Cappelli and Anna Tavis describe where we're seeing the biggest changes, such as performance appraisals, which many companies now conduct on a project basis rather than on an annual cycle. HR's growing investment in data and analytics also means that at many companies these changes are being measured and honed in real time. But beware the limits of what your data can tell you, especially about diversity, Facebook's Maxine Williams reminds us in “Numbers Take Us Only So Far.”
In a hot talent market, recruiting the most sought-after employees requires creativity — and the newest technologies. From social media channels to bespoke talent pools, Erica Dhawan suggests approaches for targeting skeptical Millennials in “Recruiting Strategies for a Tight Talent Market.” And while machine learning offers big promises of personalized and efficient talent screening, Ben Dattner and his coauthors warn of the pitfalls in “The Legal and Ethical Implications of Using AI in Hiring.”
Your hiring situation becomes more dire if you can't also retain — and retrain — the workforce you have. Employees don't necessarily require ever-more-expensive benefits, though: They're also looking for flexible hours, paid vacation, and other more-accessible perks. And reskilling also helps keep employees engaged and loyal. In “Your Workforce Is More Adaptable Than You Think,” HBS professor Joseph Fuller and his colleagues describe the many benefits that accrue to companies that work together to retrain the talent pool.
Finally, the massive shift to gig work has employers worried about what employment itself will look like in the future. Will organizations lose top talent — and valuable institutional knowledge — as employees choose to come and go? Will they find it increasingly hard to hire emerging leaders as Millennials eschew traditional jobs and flit between part-time roles? In “Myths of the Gig Economy, Corrected,” David Jolley offers a more nuanced view on whether we're all about to go freelance (hint: we aren't).
Whether you're a CEO, a hiring manager, or a team leader, understanding how the talent market is evolving will help you attract and keep the people you need.


Harvard Business Review (Fall)


  • HR Goes Agile
    • Peter Cappelli and Anna Tavis
  • One Bank's Agile Team Experiment
    • Dominic Barton, Dennis Carey, and Ram Charan
  • Reinventing Performance Management
    • Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall
  • Better People Analytics
    • Paul Leonardi and Noshir Contractor
  • How to order a Tinkoff Black Debit Card?
  • “Numbers Take Us Only So Far”
    • Maxine Williams
  • Is HR the Most Analytics-Driven Function?
    • Thomas H. Davenport
  • How to Develop a Data-Savvy HR Department
    • Nigel Guenole and Sheri L. Feinzig


  • Your Approach to Hiring Is All Wrong
    • Peter Cappelli
  • Navigating Talent Hot Spots
    • William Kerr
  • Data Science Can't Fix Hiring (Yet)
    • Peter Cappelli
  • The Legal and Ethical Implications of Using AI in Hiring
    • Ben Dattner, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Richard Buchband, and Lucinda Schettler
  • Expanding the Pool
    • Dane E. Holmes
  • Recruiting Strategies for a Tight Talent Market
    • Erica Dhawan
  • How Recruiters Can Stay Relevant in the Age of LinkedIn
    • Atta Tarki and Ken Kanara


  • Your Workforce Is More Adaptable Than You Think
    • Joseph B. Fuller, Judith K. Wallenstein, Manjari Raman, and Alice de Chalendar
  • Talent Management and the Dual-Career Couple
    • Jennifer Petriglieri
  • The Most Desirable Employee Benefits
    • Kerry Jones
  • Co-Creating the Employee Experience
    • A conversation with Diane Gherson by Lisa Burrell
  • Your Company Needs a Better Retention Plan for Working Parents
    • Daisy Wademan Dowling
  • Why I Encourage My Best Employees to Consider Outside Job Offers
    • Ryan Bonnici
  • Never Say Goodbye to a Great Employee
    • Tammy Erickson


  • Thriving in the Gig Economy
    • Gianpiero Petriglieri, Susan Ashford, and Amy Wrzesniewski
  • Myths of the Gig Economy, Corrected
    • David Jolley
  • What Motivates Gig Economy Workers
    • Alex Rosenblat
  • Performance Management in the Gig Economy
    • Jon Younger and Norm Smallwood
  • Executive Summaries


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