While launching an open-innovation challenge is a fantastic idea, launching a successful one is not always that easy. There are numerous pitfalls to avoid and this initiative can easily turn into a bad buzz.
A successful recipe… This article was written by Jean-Vincent Delli Zotti. Microsoft has positioned itself as a learning company. Its culture is shifting from “we know everything there is to know about our business” to “we don’t know everything but we are willing to learn”. This change of posture has given birth to multiple initiatives aimed at fostering
The talent war is raging on. And on this particular market that is employment, high standard candidates are gold and companies are ready to do anything to recruit them in order to boost their employer brand. It’s no secret, job market undergoes profound change: a permanent rise of passive job seekers which represents two thirds
Singapore, South Korea, and Hong Kong are the places to be if you want to do business in Asia. No wonder they attract large numbers of international companies. The result is a dense and highly competitive environment in which the war for talent rages. For recruiters who need to hire top candidates, the battle is on. Almost
War for talent is going on. While talent is scarcer than ever, companies ask themselves how to improve their employer brand so that they can recruit top-notch candidates. I often found myself asking the following: why particular companies score talented employees when others of them struggle to get the right fits. Now that I work for
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