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El futuro del trabajo: "Talent as a Service" - Talento como y cuando se necesita

El futuro del trabajo: "Talent as a Service" - Talento como y cuando se necesita | Monday happy Monday | Scoop.it

No es ninguna novedad que estamos en un mundo de dura competencia global y entorno cambiante, en el que las compañías tienen cada vez más los días contados sino logran innovar.
Por si a alguien le queda alguna duda basta echar un vistazo a la vida media de las mayores empresas de USA  - índice S&P 500- , que ha ido reduciéndose desde el centenar de años que tenían en década de 1930 a los menos de 20 que pueden esperar sobrevivir hoy en día.
Ante este duro escenario, las compañías descubren pronto que ante un giro en su mercado, un nuevo avance de la competencia o una nueva tecnología deben reorientar rápidamente su estrategia y operaciones.

Esta velocidad de cambio es algo que llegó mucho antes a los departamentos de IT donde las compañías hace un tiempo que han apostado por el modelo ‘SaaS’ (Software as a Service) que se basa en pagar por el acceso a un producto de software que no se posee, sino que se aloja ‘en la nube’, es decir en Internet. Con ello, se disminuyen los costes de mantenimiento de una plataforma que igualmente quedará obsoleta en poco tiempo.
Es la versión empresarial de la transformación de la cultura de la posesión (p.e. discos) a la cultura del pago por uso (p.e. Spotify) que se está dando en la sociedad en general, probablemente avivada por la crisis económica.
En la misma línea, las empresas que cada vez necesitan talento más especializado y que están orientándose a trabajar en formato de proyecto por objetivos más que en descripciones de puestos estancas, se plantean pasar de un modelo de “posesión” de los empleados (via contratos laborales) a un modelo de servicio que les permita tener exactamente el talento que necesitan en el preciso momento en el que lo necesitan: TaaS (Talent as a Service).
Esta filosofía además de aportar más flexibilidad, tiene la ventaja de permitir incorporar a la compañía conocimiento del exterior, disminuyendo la peligrosa endogamia. Y para las pequeñas empresas, es la oportunidad de acceder a profesionales que hasta ahora sólo prestaban sus servicios a grandes compañías.
Estas personas fuera de la plantilla interna tradicional, o bien formaran parte de otras compañías (en forma de outsourcing) o serán profesionales independientes.Este último grupo, el de los profesionales independientes (freelances) está en fuerte expansión: En EEUU, el número de profesionales freelance se ha multiplicado por 6 en las dos últimas décadas llegando a un 33% de la fuerza laboral.
Las plataformas de trabajo en red como Odesk, Elance o Nubelo sirven ya de entorno laboral a millones de freelance que de este modo obtienen una deseada flexibilidad y acceso a un mercado global. Es el llamado Trabajo 3.0, más allá del trabajo flexible. 

Ante este panorama, el alcance de los departamentos de RH de las empresas se amplía a un modelo de capas de cebolla que contienen este talento exterior y que van a tener que incorporar, desarrollando los procesos y adaptando las herramientas para cada una de ellas:


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Millennials vs. Earlier Generations: A Scorecard

Millennials vs. Earlier Generations:  A Scorecard | Monday happy Monday | Scoop.it

In "The Millennial Stimulus Plan," Derek Thompson examines the economic impact of millennials in a series of charts. "Millennials got a bad rap during the recession," he writes, but "In the near future, these same young people may be the very ones to supercharge the recovery." 

 

But how do millenials -- lazy, entrepreneurial, or otherwise -- compare to their forefathers? NowThis News, the social and mobile video news network, takes and "unscientific" look in the clip.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, June 27, 2013 4:26 PM

A look at how today's young people stack up against their parents, grandparents, and even great-grandparents.(VIDEO)

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The Most Successful People in Business are the Most Humble

The Most Successful People in Business are the Most Humble | Monday happy Monday | Scoop.it

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Garth Sanginiti's comment, June 22, 2013 10:11 PM
Article supports position that he who humbles himself will be exalted, but he who exalts himself will be humbled.
Francis X Carmody's comment, June 22, 2013 10:21 PM
Exactly correct Garth.
ⓡⓔLⓔnⓣLⓔⓢⓢ LIT KING™'s comment, June 24, 2013 9:27 PM
Being humble is a subjective measure, depending on the industry you're in. Some industries prefer that you are bold (about your stuff), while others require the reserved man or woman. We all know about the arrogant entrepreneurs like Donald and Leona, who both clearly recognized peak successes. Meanwhile, only in the past decade have we all (more or less) gained access to resources and information/shared in books, videos, etc, teaching us people skills and practices. Learning them is one thing. Adopting them and using them unconsciously is another. Thank you for the affirmation today, how humble "wins."
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How to Run a Productive Office

How to Run a Productive Office | Monday happy Monday | Scoop.it

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Seeking productivity gains, is a constant challenge faced by business owners everywhere, and knowing where to start is a key element to succeeding in such an endeavour.


Many business owners try large initiatives in order to achieve productivity gains, however most such initiatives flounder due to inherent problems associated with resistance to change, and owners get frustrated with their lack of success and often falling rather than rising productivity.


This excellent article, suggests taking small steps rather than great leaps, and it provides 10 tips to follow to improve office productivity.

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How the Anxiety Epidemic in the Workplace is Ruining your Health

How the Anxiety Epidemic in the Workplace is Ruining your Health | Monday happy Monday | Scoop.it

 

While there are a host of factors that attribute to anxiety, our work culture plays a big role. It’s where people spend most of their waking hours; and how we process our work lives has a dramatic affect on our well being.

“Surveys show that stress levels [in the US] have progressively increased over the past four decades,” Paul J. Rosch, MD, Chairman of the Board of The American Institute of Stress, told the Atlantic’s Maura Kelly.

 

Technology is a huge part of this trend, as it’s completely transformed how we live and work. We’re now connected 24/7, and the rapid pace of innovation means that almost any industry is constantly on the verge of being disrupted.

 

In a demanding world that’s increasingly complex, “it’s almost logical that people would respond with anxiety,” Tony Schwartz, founder of the Energy Project, tells Business Insider. “People respond with fear, and fear is anxiety.”


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El empleo de hoy está en los trabajos del futuro

El empleo de hoy está en los trabajos del futuro | Monday happy Monday | Scoop.it

No en pocas ocasiones nos hemos referido a las profesiones más prometedoras en cuanto a la posibilidad de empleo presente y futura y, en virtud de ello, en más de una ocasión hemos comentado aquellas carreras y profesiones que se destacan con mayor proyección de empleo, algo que en los tiempos que corren resulta de vital importancia.


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Los nuevos trabajos del futuro que ocuparán los abogados

Los nuevos trabajos del futuro que ocuparán los abogados | Monday happy Monday | Scoop.it
La presión de los clientes, la necesidad de hacer cada vez más con menos y los cambios organizativos llevan a que los despachos no serán nunca más como antes, y generan nuevos perfiles profesionales.

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Connecting citizens, boosting growth: Digital innovation key to Europe's future - EU News

Connecting citizens, boosting growth: Digital innovation key to Europe's future - EU News | Monday happy Monday | Scoop.it
Connecting citizens, boosting growth: Digital innovation key to Europe's future EU News In view of the event, CoR President Ramón Luis Valcárcel has emphasised the urgent need for ICT innovation in Europe and has welcomed EU initiatives to improve...

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6 Ways To Talk Like a Leader

6 Ways To Talk Like a Leader | Monday happy Monday | Scoop.it

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Rim Riahi's curator insight, July 3, 2013 1:46 AM

#Leaders need clear messages, and this article gives some useful #tips on how to achieve that. It's focus is on the content and words leaders need to use. 

Helena Gonçalves's curator insight, July 4, 2013 4:14 AM

A linguagem que usa reflecte o seu estilo de liderança?

Miklos Szilagyi's curator insight, July 6, 2013 1:49 AM

Well, not an easy one... but very true...

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How Modern Life is Making us ANGRY

How Modern Life is Making us ANGRY | Monday happy Monday | Scoop.it

 

According to reports in The Telegraph, the energy and drive that originally focused humans on basic survival, such as food and shelter, have become unfocused and secondary in the 21st century.


This is because people are largely provided for, leaving the motivations that fuel basic survival without an appropriate outlet.


Humans evolved to become angry in certain situations because the emotion motivates us to want things. For example, hunger makes us angry by raising our serotonin levels, prompting us to look for food.


Anger also played an important role in helping early humans live together in social groups, by warning individuals when their behaviour was upsetting others.


'The red mist of rage helped our ancestors survive,' Dr Mann claimed

 
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The Learning Factor's curator insight, June 21, 2013 8:18 PM

A psychologist at the University of Central Lancashire has suggested the anger that was once key to our survival has now become targeted at trivial annoyances.

David Hain's curator insight, June 22, 2013 3:54 AM

Nice model for anger management.

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The Boss Stops Here: A nonhierarchical workplace may just be a more creative and happier one

The Boss Stops Here: A nonhierarchical workplace may just be a more creative and happier one | Monday happy Monday | Scoop.it

In an old-fashioned, top-down work environment, employees get rewards from three main sources. One is pay (the better we do, the more we get). The second is title (the better we do, the higher we ascend). The third is a sense of achievement (recognition for having performed a task admirably). In a bossless environment, the calculus is significantly changed.

 

Achievement is tied to the team as a whole—you can write a particularly nice piece of code, but it won’t mean squat until the whole project is up and running, and for that, you’ll need the assistance of your peers. Individual achievement is obviated and replaced by shared achievement. Friendliness and congeniality start to matter more, ladder-climbing a whole lot less.

 

And herein an important point: Horizontally managed companies work in large part because they tend to attract people who are okay working in a bossless environment and weed out the ones who aren’t.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, June 23, 2013 7:07 PM

A nonhierarchical workplace may just be a more creative and happier one. But how would you feel if the whole office voted on whether to hire you—and when to give you a raise?

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El futuro del trabajo

El futuro del trabajo | Monday happy Monday | Scoop.it

Jaime Sanmartín, CEO de adtriboo me envía este vídeo de oDesk. Miradlo con atención, es el futuro del trabajo.

 

El mundo es plano y así se vuelven las organizaciones. Cada vez hay menos empleados, el "de por vida" no existe y los equipos, en su mayoría subcontratados, operan desde cualquier parte del mundo. Internet permite un grado de medición de la efectividad que era desconocido anteriormente. Hoy el pago es en función de tu efectividad.

 

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