The explosion of technology has opened the eyes of the HR industry to seemingly limitless possibilities. While the art of the possible is fascinating, it’s time for a pragmatic discussion of available technology.
Advancements in cognitive technology allow companies to better analyze predictive data, but low-tech behavioral science techniques and culture research are still essential to successful talent acquisition.
The goal and intent of the recruiting process hasn’t changed in the past 50 years, but everything else has. And the reality is that the traditional model of talent acquisition is a fundamental misfit in the current reality.
One of the biggest challenges facing global talent acquisition leaders is accurately measuring the value that their work contributes to the success of their business.
How Cognitive Technology Is Helping Talent Acquisition Be More Effective and Optimize Business Outcomes
If you’ve been following my blog series on how cognitive technology is transforming talent acquisition, you are likely seeing the potential it can have on your organization. So far during this blog series, I’ve covered how IBM cognitive capabilities can:
If you’re like most talent acquisition (TA) leaders, you want more effective ways to measure your impact on the organization’s business outcomes and continue driving significant value. It’s common to experience challenges implementing measurement programs.
In my last blog, I discussed how cognitive HR technology is transforming talent acquisition and its ability to streamline the recruiting process for hiring managers—helping them stay focused on their primary role in the organization.
By now, you’ve heard all the buzz about cognitive technology transforming HR including talent acquisition and the employee experience. But is there any data to support this latest trend? What do top HR executives actually think about cognitive in relationship to their own programs?
IBM Talent Acquisition & Optimization has been recognized for its leading position in the market by analyst firm Horses for Sources (HfS)—this time designated as part of the ‘As-a-Service Winner’s Circle’ in business outcome-oriented, on-demand talent and technology services.
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