I’ve written numerous blogs over the past six months about enabling talent technology ecosystems for organizations.  I’ve highlighted how there's no single technology that can solve all your talent needs. Only by constructing an ecosystem of solutions will businesses be able to source and manage...

Vendor Management Systems (VMS), like Flextrack, generate countless data points on procuring and leveraging the non-employee or contingent workforce into an enterprise workforce strategy. Tracking metrics on hiring, how long it takes, process bottlenecks, worker utilization, tenure, attrition, cost, compliance, diversity, satisfaction, risk and more...

A number of core technologies are available for enterprise talent sourcing, and they vary whether you hire employees or non-employees. While there are similarities to what these systems do, they are not the same.  They have different aims and value propositions, and they all play...

The benefits of a diverse workforce and its impact on a company’s overall performance are clear.  McKinsey’s research, for example, shows that organizations within the top quartile for gender or racial and ethnic diversity are 35% more likely to have financial returns above their respective...

Organizations leverage consulting firms and managed service providers (MSPs) to help them select optimal technology for managing their extended workforce and achieving their talent strategy goals. These partners help to formally define an organization’s business needs as well as map out how different systems must...

In my previous posts, I focused more on how to combine value-added systems and service providers into a single platform to transform your extended workforce. Today, I want to discuss an approach to help lead either the successful launch of initiatives, the implementation of new...