Monday, March 19, 2012

Moving from talent ownership to talent attraction

An interesting article from the Innovation Excellence website:

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Silicon Valley icon Bill Joy once famously said, “There are always more smart people outside your company than within it.”

In this new world of work, organisations must begin accepting that the most valuable employees will now be those that not only do good work, but who also serve as a force multiplier for their organizations by being good at organizing and orchestrating the innovation efforts of others who do not even work for the company.

And ideally, you will want to evolve to a place where even those who do not work for you actually want to work with you. In this brave new world, you must have strategies in place for attracting both internal and external talent to your innovation efforts.

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