Africa – A Demographic Dividend Around The Corner?

Posted by Gyan Nagpal, CEO & Principal, PeopleLENS Global Associates | emerging markets, Future talent, multi-country rpo
Posted on October 11th, 2011 at 11:07 am

In the few weeks following my opening keynote at the Ochre House Talent Symposium in London, I presented some of our Talent Economics research at a business forum in Manila – Philippines, and an HR Business Partnering Conference in Barcelona – Spain. The group in Barcelona were particularly diverse, which added some interesting new perspectives to the talent management debate. The audience not only represented some of Western Europe’s strongest organisations, but included companies from Eastern Europe, North Africa, Saudi Arabia and other Middle East countries. In particular I had some very good questions emerge about the short and medium term business potential of Africa.

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“Big Bang” vs. phased RPO implementation


Posted by Jo Lawson - Implementation Manager | Implementation, multi-country rpo, multi-local
Posted on August 17th, 2011 at 8:52 am

The decision has been made, a new recruitment solution is about to be born and you have the ideal partner on board to deliver it. In some cases, the need to get the new service in and embedded can’t come quickly enough! In others cases, a more considered approach is required. For each implementation, regardless of an aggressive or more appropriately paced plan, one of the first elements to understand is how the project will be delivered. For a multi-country RPO solution, do you go live with all locations at the same time (big bang) or a phased approach?
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