The 2016 Contingent Workforce Management Strategy Guide (Ardent Partners)


As contingent workforce management (CWM) programs evolve to meet organizations’ rapidly changing talent engagement needs, new approaches must be found to bridge the “great divide” between procurement and human resources functions. In this report, Ardent Partners highlights the strengths and weaknesses of each function and outlines a three-tiered “Best-in-Class blueprint” for cultivating collaboration, leveraging innovation, and developing forward-thinking strategies for long-term success.
  • Read why dated and legacy approaches to contingent workforce management can lead to negative business ramifications
  • Understand how procurement and HR collaboration can lead to programs that dynamically address talent needs
  • Learn why a strategic shift in thinking is needed to shape the next generation of contingent labor and transform talent engagement
Although innovation plays a vital role in positioning non-employee workforce management for future success, businesses must primarily work to bridge the great divide between procurement and HR to address the totality of business talent requirements efficiently. For more details, download this industry report today.

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