Fundamentally Different Competencies for Managing Contingent Talent

Fundamentally Different Competencies for Managing Contingent Talent

As companies are faced with an increasingly unpredictable and unforgiving environment for talent, executive focus remains on ensuring access to talent to achieve enterprise growth and profit goals. To remain competitive and achieve quantifiable results, organizations must have a disciplined approach to simplifying, accelerating, and innovating their talent strategies across a broad spectrum of labor—including full-time employees, contingent workers, independent contractors, alumni, and more. We believe this can be accomplished by applying talent supply chain management principles to evaluate and manage talent strategies holistically.

The application of workforce analytics is one of the keys to understanding and maximizing the return of your talent supply chain. KellyOCG is proud to collaborate with Michigan State University – Eli Broad College of Business and their market-leading department of Supply Chain Management to provide insights on how you can use the power of data to increase the effectiveness of your contingent talent management strategies.