Connecting Talent to Value

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connecting-talent-to-value-cover-webWhat if everything you knew about your business and the markets you served suddenly changed?

What if your entire business model became outdated in the blink of an eye? That may seem quite dramatic and you might even be saying, “Not me. Not my business.”

But what if I was to tell you that even established industries are about to undergo major transformations that will essentially put many industry giants out of business?

Every business operating today will have to adapt to the new reality. Technological advancement is occurring at an exponential rate. That means change—in the markets, in the way society operates, in the way people interact—is also going to be occurring at an exponential rate.

 “We’re at an interesting point in Human Resources where we have the opportunity to participate in the rapid redeployment of human capital to bring more flexibility and speed.”

I have spent my career working to help companies connect talent to value in effective ways. Businesses now must be able to dynamically manage talent by connecting it to real value. Not just value today (current profits), but also value tomorrow (future profits). In order to do so, they must break away from the traditional hierarchical structures that impede on this process and prevents businesses from being agile, nimble, and responsive.

The process of Connecting Talent to Value can allow you to:

  1. Pinpoint the value in your company
  2. Determine key roles that will act as value drivers
  3. Infuse those roles with value
  4. Connect real talent to those roles
  5. Then coach the value into existence.

In this white-paper, I take a step-by-step approach to walk you through an overview of the process to help you begin to look at your organization in new ways through the lens of value.

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“You can’t be agile, you can’t be fast if everyone is plastered into these outdated hierarchies. We have to attack these things at their root cause.”


– Sandy Ogg