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Episode No. 89 Overview – LIVE on June 12, 2013. Listen on-demand at your convenience.

Today’s buzz: HR.

Talent, talent everywhere, yet so many candidates still can’t find a job. With droves of companies expanding their geographic footprint, the ongoing skills vs. talent paradox merits fresh examination since we covered it in Feb. 2013. What is HR doing about this? 

The experts speak.

Dr. Katherine Jones, Bersin by Deloitte: “‘Growing local’ when going global: Skill gaps take on a whole new meaning for multinational companies seeking indigenous leaders.”

China Gorman, CMG Group: “A shift in post-secondary education is coming. It has to. It’s being forced by the demand side (employers) while the supply side (education providers) is slowly beginning to take note. A focus on competence is taking hold, providing hope for employers and consternation for education providers.”

Susan Bor, SAP: “The stakes are getting higher for attracting and retaining the right talent to deliver future business strategies.”

Join us for HR on Alert – Part 2: Leadership in the Headlights.

Meet Our Panelists

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Dr. Katherine Jones, Research Director, HCM /TM Technology, Bersin by Deloitte, focuses on research on the underlying technologies and services that support the management of a global workforce, including HR, hiring and performance management. She is a veteran in enterprise workforce and talent management applications, and a recognized expert in cloud computing. Previously, Katherine was a research director for eight years at Aberdeen Group, establishing its Human Capital Management practice, focusing on research and consulting services in HR, talent acquisition, workforce management, ERP and mid-market companies. After Aberdeen, she was Director of Marketing for NetSuite, Inc., a SaaS-based ERP solution provider. A widely published writer on talent management, technology and business practices, Katherine was a university dean involved in academic administration, research and teaching prior to her high tech career.   

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China Gorman has held strategic business leadership roles in the human capital management sector for more than 25 years. Currently CEO of the CMG Group, a consultancy supporting solutions providers in the human capital management sector, she is a sought-after speaker and thought leader in the broad human resources marketplace. Data Point Tuesday at www.ChinaGorman.com has quickly become one of the most-read HR blogs. Well known for her tenure as Chief Operating Officer and interim CEO of SHRM, China also held the posts of President of DBM North America, and President of Lee Hecht Harrison, the global consulting division of Adecco, which became the performance leader in its industry under her leadership.

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Susan Bor is the Global Senior Vice President of Talent at SAP. She is responsible for leading SAP’s talent acquisition strategy, which includes executive, professional and entry-level hiring, as well as employer branding and marketing. Susan supports SAP’s efforts to make the company the employer of choice in the IT industry. Prior to joining SAP, she spent 12 years in HR leadership positions at Royal Bank of Scotland Group, most recently as director of Group Resourcing, responsible for all global recruiting and hiring requirements. Before that, she was an HR manager at large organizations that include Abercromby Motor Group and Tesco Stores.

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