Article: Design thinking for talent acquisition, retention and growth

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Design thinking for talent acquisition, retention and growth

While design thinking has mostly been associated with a companys operations, it can now be explored in an organization through several methods
Design thinking for talent acquisition, retention and growth
Talent acquisition and retention have always been topics of great discussion and debate across enterprises and academics globally. The advent of the digital economy has quickened the pace and the intensity of these conversations. Value engineered and highly designed HR strategies and policies have become the mainstay of all conversations as organizations are dealing with digital disruption across various functions.  Josh Bersin at Deloitte estimated that in 20171, HR teams will focus on designing high-value experiences to get employees to be excited about their role in the organization and keep them inspired through varied engagements. These efforts could range from curating opportunities to developing skills or enabling the option to explore newer skillsets, to introducing flexibility at work. As employees innovate to create tailor-made products and services, companies are taking this opportunity to retain resources by allowing them the opportunity of all-round growth alternati...

Topics: Talent Acquisition, C-Suite, Employer Branding

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