We are often approached by senior executives lamenting the fact that they don’t really have a place to meet with their peers and xchange ideas, challenges, solutions, etc., etc. They don’t like to go to conferences because either they don’t get to interact with their peers, they keep getting sales pitches because organizers are charging suppliers for generating leads, their topics are not addressed, they don’t have a mechanism to follow up with others, etc., etc. A number of groups they are part of charge exorbitant fees ($50K+) and do not deliver commensurate value. It was with this in mind that the Best Practices Xchange was launched a few years ago and it was very well received. It was such a success and was generating…
At a recent planning call with some of the members of the Next Practices Xchange for their upcoming conference, I was asked to come up with the list of concerns that leaders in the community (Procurement, Strategic Sourcing, Supply Chain, etc. etc.) had. This was to identify the major risks that are facing the community so that a relevant agenda could be developed. I pushed back at the members and got them to acknowledge that we would be talking about only those issues that they knew about or had identified. What about all those that they had not?
Welcome to the second of six in our series on Competency Based Talent Management (CBTM). In this post, we will talk about some of the key issues in developing and executing a CBTM strategy.
Welcome to the first of six in our series on Competency Based Talent Management (CBTM). This posting, as the first in the series, lays the groundwork for the difficulties finding and retaining qualified professionals. Check back every Monday as we share our perspective on the challenges in the industry and explore possible solutions.
More great insights from Sourcing Innovation as they continue to cover TMG’s latest Next Practices Xchange (NPX). Read on and see how talent can transform your organization.