Matching Supply and Demand of Your Talent Webcast -- Professional Services in 2008
In today's challenging and competitive professional services market, people are still your greatest asset and your biggest cost. And even though making sure you have the right people on the right project at the right time is still important, firms are taking a broader look at their entire Talent Supply Chain process. By forecasting resource demand better and then matching it to their supply of talent, firms are driving operational excellence and improved margins.
Attend this important eSeminar sponsored by SAP to learn how better forecasting for committed and future resource demands has a direct impact on your recruiting, retention, and training processes, and your use of external contractors. You’ll also hear the latest insights on how social networking, blogs, and wikis are having a major positive impact on your workforce.
Services industry expert Matt Horenkamp, SAP Industry Principal for the Professional Services industry and Human Capital Management expert Jason Averbook, CEO and co-founder of Knowledge Infusion, will discuss leading trends for 2008 including:
Linking committed and future resource demand with your talent supply
Managing talent to support global service delivery teams
Insights on social networking, blogs, and wikis, and the positive impact they can have on your workforce
Improving recruiting and retention
Using subcontractors more strategically
Today's sophisticated clients demand deeper expertise and a stronger focus on outcomes. Attendees at this eSeminar will learn how new approaches to your business can yield benefits including:
Improve demand forecasting that drives more efficient use of talent supply
Increase resource utilization that drives greater revenue
More efficient use of talent that lower operational costs
Register now to ensure you can join us to get a unique perspective on the Professional Service industry Talent Supply Chain from these two thought leaders.
Matt Horenkamp, Industry Principal, Professional Services, SAP Americas
Jason Averbook, CEO, Knowledge Infusion