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Reeves / Lovich

Reinventing Work

Creating Advantage with Talent Management and Technology

Medium: Buch
ISBN: 978-3-11-136956-3
Verlag: De Gruyter
Erscheinungstermin: 23.09.2024
vorbestellbar, Erscheinungstermin ca. September 2024
Organizations often declare that their biggest asset is their people. As such, business leaders make constant efforts to hire the best talent – and to get the best out of their workers. But a confluence of forces is reshaping all aspects of talent management. A war for talent rages and will be exacerbated in the long-term by demographic aging; the half-life of skills is decreasing as AI powers more parts of business workflows; flexible and hybrid work models are becoming commonplace; and management methods focused on measurement and efficiency are not sufficient for engaging a purpose-seeking generation. In these turbulent times, CEOs and their entire teams – not just HR – need to rethink how they can create a people advantage, going beyond traditional approaches to organization, performance management, and compensation. This book – a collection of recent essays written by researchers at the BCG Henderson Institute, Boston Consulting Group’s think tank – aims to help leaders to reinvent work by providing a forward-looking perspective on all aspects of talent management. Across five chapters, the book discusses - How to attract the talent of the future
- How to shape the workforce in an evolving context
- How to embrace new models of work
- How to build the workplace of the future
- How to establish new models of leadership and culture
By providing a combination of new ideas, real-world examples, and concrete recommendations, Reinventing Work serves as a guide for leaders to effectively navigate the changing nature of work.


  • Artikelnummer: 9783111369563
  • Medium: Buch
  • ISBN: 978-3-11-136956-3
  • Verlag: De Gruyter
  • Erscheinungstermin: 23.09.2024
  • Sprache(n): Englisch
  • Auflage: 1. Auflage 2024
  • Serie: ISSN
  • Produktform: Kartoniert
  • Seiten: 248
  • Format (B x H): 155 x 230 mm
  • Ausgabetyp: Kein, Unbekannt



Reeves, Martin

Lovich, Deborah