Talent Risks CAN be Measurably Assessed and Managed – a Practical List

Posted by Steve Trautman on Jul 1, 2014 8:31:21 AM

A common misconception I often find myself debunking is that risks related to “the people part” of business are somehow less quantifiable and manageable than other types of business risks. As we have begun to further shape and prove that a business’s talent risks can be methodically assessed, prioritized, and managed, we still worry about common business language around this topic sounding too fluffy. In this post, I’ve made a clear, comprehensive list of the types of talent risks that we can pinpoint with today’s knowledge transfer tool set.

Every one of the risks noted below can be

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Topics: Offshoring, Knowledge Silo Matrix (KSM), Outsourcing, Reorganizations & Mergers, Skilled Worker Shortage, Onboarding, Aging Workers

New Case Study Available

Posted by Sonjag on Jun 26, 2014 3:27:55 AM

"The proof is in the pudding," they say, and that is why I love case studies. They are a fantastic way to get a flavor of how actual knowledge transfer challenges get solved in the trenches at our client sites all over the world.

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Topics: Offshoring, Outsourcing, Best Practices, Consistency in a Workforce

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