Human Capital Management (HCM) can be thought of as the business of talent within organizations. As in so many other aspects of business today, integration of data, systems and processes throughout the talent lifecycle and between talent and workforce management is a top priority in order to enable greater visibility and results.
Over the past several decades, many organizations have separated the talent lifecycle (hiring, developing and engaging employees) from workforce management (scheduling, managing time and attendance, employee data etc.). But now, these organizations realize that in order to manage their talent business and be ready for the future, they must integrate talent and workforce management. Joining us to discuss the key challenges and strategies driving business results is Mollie Lombardi, research director of Aberdeen's Human Capital Management practice.
Mollie Lombardi is the research director of Aberdeen's human capital management practice. She has surveyed and interviewed thousands of end-users to better understand the key challenges facing today's HR and talent management leaders, as well as uncover the Best-in-Class strategies, capabilities, tools and technologies they are using to address those challenges. She has written and spoken about a wide variety of HCM topics including strategic talent management, workforce planning, employee engagement, talent acquisition and learning, as well as the use of emerging technologies.
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