Blog: Talent Mobility in HyperLoop


Talent Mobility in HyperLoop

If a transport system like Hyperloop was made available in India, it has the possibility of altering patterns of talent mobility
Talent Mobility in HyperLoop
Earlier this month, news reports mentioned how India could have a hyperloop in 38 months which could enable travelling between cities like Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai and others a matter of minutes and not hours. According to a Bloomberg report, Hyperloop One’s CEO Rob Lloyd said the company is in early talks with the Indian government on the how to make some of these proposals come true, including sourcing materials locally. Here, we are looking at the impact of technology evolution on talent mobility. For the purpose of this news analysis, talent mobility is defined as ability of pockets of talents, located geographically to move into different roles and the role technology plays in assisting such movement. Before we try to understand the implications of this technology on talent mobility specifically from India perspective, let’s spend a few minutes in understanding the concept of Hyper loop.  Hyperloop was first proposed by the iconic CEO of SapceX, Elon Musk in ...

Topics: Technology, Talent Management

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