Welcome to the Talent Economy. It is a 21st-century economy characterized by unprecedented innovation, connectivity, disruption, and opportunity. The need to engage younger generations is widespread and urgent. Our leadership is aging, and the skills gap continues to grow. The impetus to close the widening disparity between talent-development practices and business impact has never been greater.
Sarah Sladek draws from documented workforce and talent-development research, as well as her ongoing study of generational impacts. She cites numerous examples of organizations capable of engaging employees in this era of disruption. She illustrates what they did, why it worked, and how it's made a difference to these organizations’ outlook and bottom line.
This intriguing publication by the author of The End of Membership as We Know It and Knowing Y: Engaging the Next Generation Now, proves it's possible to create an organization designed to engage the necessary talent to bridge the gap. This book equips associations with the much-needed insights to make smart, confident, future-focused workforce decisions.
|Author||Sarah L. Sladek|
|Book Type||Strategic & Business Planning|
|Dimensions||23 cm x 15 cm; 252 pages|