Photo from Pexels - fauxels News outlets are describing today as New South Wales' (my home state in Australia) 'freedom day'. (Some) Restrictions have relaxed (for some). A beer at the pub is possible. A calendar invite saying 'haircut' is highly probable. Some (physical) workplaces also reopen today. There's evidence that some employees are on … Continue reading From Pause to Play: (Re)Visting talent spend as we approach new ways of working post ‘freedom day’.
Category: Working the systems
Can you systematise talent idiosyncrasies?
Submission preparations for the preeminent management and organisational studies academic conference - Academy of Management Annual Meeting - is always an excellent opportunity to pause and reflect. This year thoughts turn to vendor and academic developments about the intersection between technology and talent management because I need to choose an aspect of this relationship to … Continue reading Can you systematise talent idiosyncrasies?
Is “deciphering deception” the talent skill of the future?
This year’s DISRUPT.SYDNEY includes the Australian launch of Digital Mike – a real-time rendered photo-realistic avatar. Given my interest in the intersection between talent management and technology, I’m both excited and apprehensive about the role of avatars in the future of work. All of the talk about avatars and the implications of technological innovations for … Continue reading Is “deciphering deception” the talent skill of the future?