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Irene Martínez

Recent Posts

The penultimate wave of change in talent management

Posted by Irene Martínez on Thu, Jun 15, 2017

Waves of changes, is the most graphic description of the first twenty years of the century, and it explains perfectly the dizzying evolution - if not a revolution - of people management and talent development in top organizations in the world.

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Topics: HR analytics

Talent and Technology: the future is already here

Posted by Irene Martínez on Thu, Jan 26, 2017
Yes, expectations have been exceeded. A few years ago it was glimpsed that technology was going to be important in talent managing, but that sight is short: technology is revolutionising the social and organised environment, and, as it couldn’t be any other way, this revolution has exploded too in the managing and development of the talent, and it’s already a reality in the best practices of the most advanced companies. 
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Topics: On-boarding

Talent on movement: betting for the development of professional career

Posted by Irene Martínez on Thu, Jan 19, 2017

The rules of the game have changed in the labor market, and the best companies have known how to take advantage of it and are prepared to offer to the people – all their own talent- what the talent needs. The most advanced organisations develop their attractive capital, that besides attracting to the best professionals, it offers them an environment in which they can develop their potential and their careers, so they can give the best of themselves, maximising the engagement, with a prepared talent ready to assume new challenges. 

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To learn by playing

Posted by Irene Martínez on Thu, Jan 12, 2017

The gamification, the game as a strategy of learning and development, is sinking deep into the establishments, achieving one of the most pursued goals by the enterprises: that knowledge and skills get truly acquired and not diluted after stepping out of the classroom door. 

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