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The State of HCM Analytics: Talent & Technology Imperatives

October 1, 2012 | Human Capital Institute (HCI)

HR leaders strive every day to convert the activities of their function into tangible value and to create real business advantages through people. As with any strategic initiative, the ability to access, analyze and report on success or failure ...

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The Business Impact of Talent Intelligence

February 29, 2012 | Human Capital Institute

Talent Intelligence (TI) could be a key lever in today’s hyper-competitive world. As ‘business intelligence’ captures, extracts and analyzes key data on an organization’s traditional hard assets, ‘talent ...

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Quality in Talent Selection: Finding the Perfect Fit

October 6, 2011 | Human Capital Institute

Despite contract talent (CT) comprising between 5-25% of an organization’s workforce, few approach CT search and selection with the same rigor as permanent talent. As CT fills increasingly important roles and functions, it is ...

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Strengthening Performance: Achieving Better Results

September 22, 2011 | Human Capital Institute

Talent management is a vital component of organizational success. A company achieves significant competitive advantage when it takes a strategic approach to developing the strengths and capabilities of its existing workforce to meet current and ...

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Acquiring Top Talent Through On-Demand Pipelines

September 22, 2011 | Human Capital Institute
With the significant reduction in resources and staffing that were made during the recession, many organizations were not able to adopt, grow and maintain talent pipelines. With an improved hiring landscape particularly for high skilled ... Read more
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What Influences Contract Talent Usage?

June 21, 2011 | Human Capital Institute

As the economic recovery continues to take hold, The Human Capital Institute (HCI) is continuing its research in the Contract Talent (CT) field to further develop their scope of knowledge regarding this growing segment of the workforce.
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Coaching for Greater Business Impact and Strategic Value

June 10, 2011 | Human Capital Institute

Organizations face challenging strategic imperatives to increase growth and productivity in a post-recession economy, while continuing to hold the line on costs. What is at the heart of achieving these key business objectives? Capable leaders in ...

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The Advantages of Unified Human Capital Software

March 11, 2011 | Alan Mellish, Content Analyst | Human Capital Institute

Since McKinsey & Co.'s 1998 study "The War for Talent" was first released, its predictions have, in large part, come true over the last twelve years.  The demand for talent has increased while the supply has decreased and ...

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Contract Talent: Are Contractors Included in Strategic Talent Management Initiatives?

November 15, 2010 | Alan Mellish, Content Analyst, Strategy and Acquisition Practice, HCI | Human Capital Institute

This research was conducted between September and October 2010. A survey of 32 items was open to all members of the Human Capital Institute, over 170,000 world-wide. 354 completed surveys were received. The results of the survey form the basis of ...

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Contract Talent: An Imperative for Talent Management in the New Normal

September 2, 2010 | Katherine Ratkiewicz, Practice Leader, OD/Leadership | Human Capital Institute
The Human Capital Institute (HCI) produced a foundational study on Contract Talent (CT) in 2008 entitled The State of Contract Talent Management and the Role of HR. Since the time of the original report, we experienced one of the worst economic ... Read more
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Follow the Money to Achieve Performance

April 30, 2010 | Human Capital Institute

Maintaining and improving talent inside organizations is a large part of human resource (HR) departments. One way HR executives can motivate employees and increase productivity is through a strategy called “pay for performance.” Pay ...

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Mid-level Managers: The Bane and Salvation of Organizations

March 22, 2010 | HCI | Human Capital Institute

As the first quarter of 2010 nears a close, many indicators point toward what U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke in February termed a “nascent” economic recovery continuing to take hold. A recent survey of economists by ...

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The Economics of Engagement

February 9, 2010 | Allan Schweyer | Human Capital Institute

In today’s economic environment, employers are struggling to find every advantage possible to thrive, grow or simply to stay in business. For most US based organizations payroll represents the largest expense. Advantages ...

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Social Networking in Government: Opportunities & Challenges Part 1

January 14, 2010 | HCI | Human Capital Institute

Social networking (SN) has become the new online rage. Blogs, wikis, RSS feeds and social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn have provided creative ways to recruit, engage, connect and retain employees. They have also provided ...

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