Competitive advantage can come from your talent and cost structure. When selecting a site location for global expansion it represents an opportunity to positively impact both of these key strategic opportunities. By leveraging talent analytics and applying advanced analytics, data-driven insights, and strategic workforce planning, companies can gain a competitive edge in the decisions about where to locate and understand these critical moments in organizational development.
This webinar will help explain global site selection and reveal the role that can be played by key inputs, such as talent intelligence, exploring how it enables organizations to navigate this evolving landscape and make informed decisions to attract, hire, and retain the right people in the right roles, all while optimizing costs.
Join James Bowtell and Stephen Weltz on this webinar and they will explain how organizations can approach site location decisions and how it can empower your organizations in navigating.
What will you learn from this webinar?
Gain insights about how site location decisions can be made
Strategies to identify and attract the right talent with the right skills, in the right locations, and at the right costs
Real-world case study: Explore a real-life example of how talent intelligence helped a client achieve $5 million in cost savings, examining the methodology, tools, and techniques employed to achieve successful outcomes
By the end of the webinar, participants will have a solid understanding of talent intelligence's value, practical strategies for cost-effective talent acquisition, and the ability to apply data-driven insights to their own hiring processes to maximize cost savings.
About the Presenter
Workforce Analytics Manager, HCMI
As a workforce analytics consultant at HCMI, Stephen specializes in synthesizing, analyzing and visualizing seemingly disparate data sets to uncover key workforce insights that link to business results. Stephen combines experience in workforce analytics applied statistical analysis, and organizational research to help companies make better data-driven decisions.
Prior to working at HCMI, Stephen was an organizational consultant for one of the largest hospitals in California, helping to research leadership and team-level best practices to inform future workforce development. He has since worked with companies in the Financial, Biotechnology, Oil and Gas Professional Services, and Non-Profit sectors. Stephen holds an M.A. in Organizational Behavior and Evaluation from Claremont Graduate University.
James Bowtell MSI Global Talent Solutions
For 25yrs+ James has advised organizations on their Human Capital strategy, process, and technology. He has worked with the world's most respected Fortune 100 companies helping them achieve their business strategy by helping to understand and support the transformation of their people programs. James has also led M&A work such as multiple spinoffs, mergers, and broader organizational transformation.