The business world is quite polarizing in 2017. Political and economic shifts drum up heated discussions about the future of the average company, while market experts continue to predict uncertain times ahead.
- The Gig Economy is no fad and is continuing to shape the workforce.
- Big Data-led strategies are propelling intelligence into the forefront of all talent management and non-employee workforce management programs.
- The Future of Work is a real, breathing concept that is actively pushing attributes like mobility, artificial intelligence, employee/talent experiences, and machine learning into everyday talent management operations, and;
- By the end of the year, nearly 40% of the average workforce will be considered “non-employee.” (Today, according to Ardent Partners research, 38% of the average company’s workforce is considered part of this group.)
- Why today makes sense for total workforce management.
- A deep-dive outline of Ardent’s new “Total Workforce Management Operating Model,” which can serve as a “blueprint” for TWM.
- How “extended” attributes, such as succession planning, diversity management, and learning management, play into total workforce management.
- How procurement, HR, and human capital management can effectively collaborate, and;
- The innerworkings of the technology integration (i.e. VMS and HRIS, VMS and RPO, etc.) that are needed for total workforce management programs.
Christopher J. Dwyer is a seasoned industry analyst and thought leader that has been researching the evolution of the non-employee workforce for nearly 12 years. He evangelizes the concept of the “Future of Work,” and is the host of Contingent Workforce Weekly, one of the business world’s most popular workforce management podcasts.