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Destination TTM?

|August 10th, 2022|

Are all roads leading to total talent management, and are businesses in fact adopting this strategy? It’s a difficult journey but the end justifies the winding paths and detours.
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TTM: Trendsetters reap rewards

|October 30th, 2019|

While many companies have met with obstacles to achieving total talent management, those that have applied the concepts realize significant benefits.

TTM: A strategic powerhouse

|August 29th, 2018|

With successful project resourcing and work distribution that saves significant time and money, you can become a valued partner to the business side of the organization.

SOW the path to TTM

|June 20th, 2018|

Managing SOW can be the start to gaining better visibility into the program as well as another step toward total talent management. Here’s what you stand to gain.

Aligning perm and contingent data is vital to achieving TTM

|September 23rd, 2020|

Covid-19 has reinvigorated TTM, the holy grail of CW programs. But making perm data accessible and easily matched to contingent labor is critical.

Direct sourcing: Savings, a step toward TTM

|June 26th, 2019|

When direct sourcing is well-executed, the reduced onboarding times, staffing agency margin savings and consistency of contingent worker experience add up to a compelling proposition.

Interested in TTM? First, calibrate your job taxonomy

|April 24th, 2019|

The journey toward total talent optimization must first begin with job taxonomy alignment. Otherwise, companies stand to spend more than they should on contingent talent.

Making conversions a valued TTM business initiative

|May 25th, 2016|

Developing a proactive, contingent workforce conversion-sourcing channel to support an organization’s talent acquisition group.

Sponsored: Key ingredients for a successful total talent management journey

|September 1st, 2021|

There are three ingredients that are essential to a productive and rewarding total talent management journey. KellyOCG's president discusses what they are and what you need to know.
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Blending mentalities: Shared program ownership is a step toward TTM

|September 30th, 2020|

Bridging the gaps between procurement and HR can lead to a more balanced set of business drivers for your CW program, and bring you one step closer to total talent management.

Total workforce management: The elusive ideal CW managers are warming to

|January 14th, 2015|

Total talent management (TTM) goes by many names: blended workforce management, integrated talent management, total workforce synchronization and workforce mix optimization. If the name is still in such a formative state, it should come as no surprise that so too is the practice it aims to describe.

Its name aside, the implication is a given organization’s […]

Integrating the workforce: Why you need total talent management

|June 17th, 2015|

A joint report from Staffing Industry Analysts and ERE Media found the median usage of non-employed workers was 16%; for the heaviest users, it is at nearly 50%, based on a survey conducted in January. What does it mean for you?

Total talent management (TTM) is an emerging method of dealing with the complex challenges related […]

Develop a total talent management strategy, forget the hype

|April 15th, 2015|

Much has been written about the emergence of a blended workforce management solution that will leverage the integration of solutions such as MSP (managed service provider), RPO (recruitment process outsourcing) and others. This solution will integrate current sourcing processes, talent management practices, underlining technologies and program ownership to produce a unified resource.

Staffing Industry Analysts recently […]

Make ‘passive recruiting’ a key element of your total talent management strategy

|April 29th, 2015|

After recently spending a few days recently engaged with hundreds of buyers at our sixth annual CWS Summit Europe in Amsterdam, we at Staffing Industry Analysts are energized. Of the numerous topics discussed, that of total talent management (TTM) drew significant interest. Questions ranged from how will this integrated workforce management solution evolve, to what […]

Total talent management: fact or fiction?

|March 15th, 2017|

Thus far, true total talent management has yet to come to fruition in the marketplace, which begs the question: Is it likely to see the light of day?

You can save with a total talent management strategy, but watch out for the risks

|February 4th, 2015|

Total talent management is one of the most debated topics in the marketplace today. Debate notwithstanding, the big question is what are some of the cost savings opportunities and risks associated with this workforce management strategy.

Some of the cost savings total talent management (TTM) has to offer range from leveraging known, vetted talent for new […]

Connecting the total talent acquisition, management dots

|August 24th, 2022|

The concept of total talent has been unclear for years. How total talent acquisition and management relate to one another and help turn talent into raving fans.
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HR: Pay attention

|May 11th, 2016|

The TTM approach has strategic value; understand what contingents bring to the table.

Save with total talent management, but mind the risks

|February 11th, 2015|

As I mentioned in my last column, total talent management (TTM) is one of the most debated topics in the marketplace today. Debate notwithstanding, the big question is what are some of the cost savings opportunities and associated risks with this workforce management strategy? Last week, I discussed two. Here are a few more opportunities […]

Total talent continuum: Understand and leverage all its parts

|January 8th, 2020|

Talent shortages, combined with workers’ increasing appetite for less traditional ways of working, are prompting organizations to think more holistically about how they source, develop and retain talent — contingents, employees and even robots.