The State of Contingent Workforce Management 2017-2018: The Convergence of Talent, Technology, and the Future of Work (Ardent Partners)
To run the modern business, executives must enact consistent, real-time thinking in order to respond to the ever-competitive shifts in the global marketplace. This real-time thinking has led to more and greater use of non-employee talent, not just as augmentative, supplemental workers, but increasingly for mission-critical roles throughout the organization.
In this report, Ardent Partners describes the convergence of new approaches to talent engagement, the optimization of work via skillsets, and, most importantly, how these attributes are supported by innovative platforms that drive flexibility, visibility, and support significant changes in organizations’ operative processes.
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Read what industry professionals consider the Top CWM Challenges for 2017-2018
Learn why enhancing the talent experience is vital and what strategies companies are using to attract the best talent
Understand Ardent’s new Future of Work Framework and how it applies to your company
To thrive in this new world of work, there are fundamental strategic actions that must be leveraged not only to follow Ardent’s very specific Best-in-Class path to success, but to also reach a desired state of work optimization and enterprise agility. Ardent’s recommendations can help you build and develop a CWM program that will not only give your company a measurable competitive advantage but actually transform how work is done:
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