Redefining Your Talent Strategy in a Tech World
PwC’s CEO Survey continues to enlighten us about where we need to focus our strategies throughout the remainder of the year and beyond. “As companies look to meet the complicated expectations of stakeholders and society, they will need a new generation of people with an entrepreneurial mindset who can harness technology and drive innovation.” Seventy-eight percent of U.S. CEOs are concerned about the speed of technological change and the availability of key skills to keep up with those changes.
Adopt a Talent Strategy to Remain Innovative
- Hire the right people. Hire people who are curious, tech savvy, and willing to take risks, and reward them for their vision and creative approach – and work with innovators who don’t want a job but will share their talent on specific projects.
- Collaborate with innovators. Be open to collaborating with smaller, innovative companies and startups that have the agility you need to infuse into your own culture and process.
- Bring everyone to the table. Include more than just your management team in envisioning and innovating how you can leverage rapid change to better serve your customers.
Why is strategic hiring – choosing the right people to tackle the future with you – more critical than ever? It will take the right talent to improve operational efficiency, apply technology to traditionally manual processes, turn data analysis into actionable insight, and manage the continual changes technology will create in your business. Take.Action.Now. Bring your talent strategy up to speed, and create teams that will drive innovation for your future.
As the CEO & Founder of East Tenth Group, Michelle leverages 25 years of business and experience as a strategic advisor and executive coach to help drive actionable people solutions and provide practical insights on business strategy to senior leaders. she and her team and are fiercely committed to the development and growth of people and companies because we believe that when people thrive, business thrives.