The “Millennials” or often referred to as “Generation Next” are not only coming, they are already here. With this new generation 80 million strong (born between 1980 and 1995) and rapidly taking over from the baby boomers who are now pushing 60, we are being forced to look at talent management in a completely new way. We must take a Next Practice approach to managing “Generation Next” or lose the war for talent altogether. 60 Minutes’ MorIey Safer did a report a few years ago entitled “The Millennials are Coming”
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No, this is not about the Kama Sutra – sorry! But before I tell you about The Birds and The Bees, let me ask you a serious question. If you were faced with a life and death situation, what percentage of the time do you think you would…
Our series on Competency Based Talent Management continues with our latest post covering Career Management. Typically seen as the responsibility of the individual, Anne contends that it also must be driven by the organization or you risk losing your best employees. Read on to learn if you have a Career Management void.
We continue our series on Competency Based Talent Management with a post on training. Keeping your folks trained in the proper areas is very important to any organization. But have you ever thought about how effective your training programs are and how you can get your training programs adopted over the long-term? This post gives a few ideas. What have you found to be effective?
In this entry, the third of six in our series on Competency Based Talent Management (CBTM), we talk about recruiting as part of a larger CBTM plan.