The transformation of your talent acquisition strategy focuses on six core components, which we can divide into two groups.
Underpinning everything you do are the first three components: people, process and product. That’s what keeps the whole engine running. When entering into a period of transformation, you’re looking to take those three Ps and evaluate them for the other half of the equation: price, quality and speed. You want to squeeze out the inefficiencies, lower costs and, ultimately, improve quality. But you can’t do that without first analyzing your people, process and product.
It’s pretty clear why this rarely happens: it’s nearly impossible to change the wheels on a car when it’s driving 60 mph down the highway. So maybe you’re taking your foot off the gas, in response to what’s happening. In doing so, it’s possible to gain the clarity needed to dig into the thousands of micro-processes powering the whole operation.
Don’t squander the opportunity. Instead, embrace it. If you have fewer open job reqs for now, then seek to demonstrate value to the organization by mapping out your core components and getting ready to enact change across the talent acquisition lifecycle. As you try and solve any problems, show your work, long-form. Orchestrate the overhaul.
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