Is Your Talent Acquisition Accidental or Intentional?

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Tom Mason and Wendy Wick, Talent & Transformation, IBM Global Business Services

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It's time to rethink the operating model for Talent Acquisition. Traditional talent acquisition assumes part or all of the recruiting process for an organization, from creating a requisition to onboarding. But it operates as a task-oriented model with technology positioned in the background for data collection. The result is an experience for candidates and hiring managers focused on checking boxes, not nurturing relationships and delivering higher-value outcomes. As organizations make their journey to the cloud, now is the time to transform your talent acquisition to focus on moments of impact enabled by technology. With data readily available and used intentionally, your talent acquisition team can build your workforce efficiently and reduce the administrative burden. Join Tom Mason and Wendy Wick to learn how IBM is using design thinking, cognitive technology and intelligent workflows to orchestrate the balance in talent acquisition between people, skills and technology, putting people back in control of the process and using data to predict outcomes​. This approach enables talent acquisition teams to tap into the many benefits that accelerated AI services offer. Tom and Wendy will discuss the tremendous business impact one Fortune 5 company had around its experience using the Precision Talent Model (PTM), powered by IBM Services Essential. On the verge of rapid, exponential growth, this organization was looking for more efficiency and speed in the process while delivering better experiences for candidates and hiring managers. Presenters: Tom Mason, Executive Partner, Talent & Transformation, IBM Wendy Wick, Executive Partner, Talent Acquisition, Talent & Transformation, IBM Global Business Services

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