A simple model to explain talent optimization

11 months agoFebruary 27, 2019
Key Takeaways for me that are good introductory talking points:
Talent Optimization Demystifies how the people strategy connects to the business strategy to insure those business results
Promises Reducing RISK that the strategy will be achieved
PROTECTION of the business RESULTS which is the most important outcome
Mary McGuinness
11 months agoFebruary 27, 2019
this model is simple yet so powerful....well done and look forward to deploying!
Heather Haas
11 months agoMarch 4, 2019
Excellent, Matt and Dottie!  I'm excited to try this out.
Amy Leslie
11 months agoMarch 5, 2019
I like it!  

Can you think about demonstrating a 5 minute whiteboard version to grab the CEO's attention?  Then, elaborate each of the main areas, given more.  

I would suggest a whiteboard that asks questions to get the leader talking and engaged.
Chantal Walley
11 months agoMarch 7, 2019
Love the clarity & simplicity.  We've been conversing with clients for 17 or more years about aligning their People Process to Strategy.  We've demonstrated that by structuring the PRO (yes, we always believed it was our differentiating factor)the  client aligns the Organisation (structure & talent required) to strategy.  We would then follow it by Hiring and Managing to achieved ENGAGED EMPLOYEE STATUS.  Our contribution (and commitment) to clients has been the achievement of ENGAGED EMPLOYEES which is a Management Responsibility.  PI gives them the knowhow and the tools to achieve this.  You've now provided us with a simplified version of visually conveying the process.  LOVE IT.  Thank you.
Jared Ouko
5 months agoAugust 26, 2019
It is interesting how PI brings out forces of disengagement and how to deal with Talent optimization between Strategy and Business results for clear understanding.            People as the missing link and how talent optimization impact strategy execution is profound. Speaking all these in the language of the the CEO should be the approach.
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