3 steps to unlock learning in your organization
You already know learning is changing. Do you know how your role should evolve to create a learning culture in your organization that delivers meaningful business outcomes? Check out three steps every learning and talent professional should take to unlock the true learning potential of their organization.
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Harnessing the power of talent: Cornerstone's impact in India
Our mission is to revolutionize the way organizations manage and develop their most valuable asset: their people. With a global reach and unwavering commitment to excellence, we are proud to strengthen our presence in India following the strategic acquisitions of EdCast and SumTotal. Our goal is to empower India's talent landscape by providing cutting-edge technology and comprehensive talent mobility solutions that address the unique challenges and opportunities in this thriving market.
Talent supply chain management: The new business imperative for HR
Human capital management is often used for functions or departments that manage a company’s people and processes. One thing I like about this term is that it equalizes how a company thinks about its capital assets (buildings and equipment) and people assets (skills and experiences of employees). Most business leaders understand supply chain management, which manages and monitors the flow of goods and services through a company. In this discipline, it is imperative to have an accurate inventory of all of your physical assets. But here is where it gets interesting. Rarely does the human capital management function (aka HR) think about talent supply chain management, and they definitely do not have an accurate count of skills within the company!