Social Networking in Talent Management

Organizations are dealing with a new organizational model. Employees often work remotely, and they interact with teammates, peers, and customers through the phone, Internet, and instant messaging. Their managers may be in other cities. Learn how talent management and social networking technology can help align your company, and allow employees to collaborate efficiently, without a traditional top-down management model.

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