Microsoft commissioned Forrester Consulting to investigate where companies are succeeding, struggling, and investing in their quest to move toward service-centric business models and project-based operations. Forrester Consulting explored how this trend impacts the global business landscape and associated business teams.
This week, Microsoft will be at the SHRM 2019 Annual Conference and Exposition to share best practices on how to unlock talent success, connect to collaborate, and drive culture change. The event theme, creating better workplaces, aligns with our focus on creating a modern workplace where people thrive. In recent years, we’ve seen an exponential
In my previous blog, I highlighted the importance of incorporating culture into your recruiting and hiring processes. I wanted to drill in a bit deeper to provide a step-by-step actionable approach to culture-centric talent acquisition. Step 1: Make a list of the essential elements of your company culture. This can include your vision, values, preferred
Last week, as I walked through the trade show exhibit halls at Hannover Messe, I was awespired. Yes, I had to create a new word to capture the moment. I was in awe of not only the sheer size of the conference, but also the excitement in the air generated by the thousands of attendees.
The war for talent is more than a trending headline–it’s a reflection of an increasingly competitive landscape where people with the right skillset are in short supply. Savvy business leaders are embracing a talent success mindset, as they know how important employer brand and culture are to attracting A- players that deliver business results. This
This week, Microsoft will be at the world’s leading conference and expo for HR and IT professionals—HR Technology Conference—to share best practices to adopt technology to accelerate culture change. Our event theme—Big Data. Small Data. All Data.—will showcase Microsoft’s complete platform that connects and operationalizes HR data. If you’re headed to Las Vegas for the
The U.S. unemployment rate is at its lowest in nearly two decades, there’s a shortage of skilled candidates in numerous fields, and job hunters are savvier and more selective about who they’ll work for. After years of having the job market stacked in their favor, talent acquisition leaders and hiring managers now face stiff competition