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Think Globally, Act Locally

Tuesday, April 8, 2008
Jason Averbook posted a blog entry
 

While speaking at a HR conference in Bermuda today for one of the largest hospitality organizations in the world, the theme of the event that was repeated over and over again was "think globally, act locally."

This theme is the theme that Knowledge Infusion uses on a daily basis when working with client whether operations solely in the US or whether a multi-national, global enterprise with locations all over the world. Talent Management is a global function and continues to change the face of HR forever. Whether dealing with regulations or local unions, HR for the most part has been able to focus on where the business does business. This is no longer as organizations strive for any competitive advantage in recruiting talent from around the world.

On the SuccessFactors blog today, Erik Berggren does a good job of recapping this theme as well and a read for all looking at talent management and the impact that technology MUST have today for HR to be successful.

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Link to SuccessFactors blog entry today

http://blogs.successfactors.com/workforce-performance/talent-in-high-tech/the-war-for-talent-goes-global/
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