How to Leverage the Talent Supply Chain for Competitive Advantage

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The professional services industry depends almost exclusively on human resources. Talent is your most important (and expensive) asset, and it differentiates your organization from other providers. Learn about the innovative business practices and technologies that enable service providers to support effective talent supply chain strategies—and integrate talent, resource, demand, and supplier management.

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