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Published By: Harvard Business School     Published Date: Mar 05, 2015
Why are more and more smart companies going VC to find their next breakthroughs? A corporate venture-capital fund for investing in outside startups can help a company see, understand, and respond rapidly to changes in the business landscape. In this Harvard Business Review article, HBS Professor Josh Lerner, faculty chair of the HBS Executive Education program Private Equity and Venture Capital, shares six ways to create a venture fund that’s as savvy and nimble as the best private VCs.
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private equity, venture capital, investment expertise, vcs, corporate venturing, competitive threats, breakthroughs, corporate r&d, venture fund, corporate venture capital fund, startups, competitive compensation, knowledge transfer, fund goals, parent company
    
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Published By: OracleSMB     Published Date: Jan 04, 2018
Talent is the #1 concern of small and medium-sized business executives. In fact, it is keeping many of them up at night. These insomnia-inducing issues include: • Hiring an effective workforce • Creating competitive compensation and benefits packages • Retaining key talent • Providing opportunities for advancement The answer is to invest in the technology that allows you to invest in your employees. It can help you get talent acquisition right, design the right plans for the right people, and then measure and analyze results for continuous improvement.
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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 13, 2013
Being responsible for one-third of a business’ success already puts HR in a critical role. But it’s not just about finding the best people—it’s about finding the best people, at the lowest cost, with the lowest possible attrition and the best possible performance. And it’s about guiding your executive team to the right decisions using the language they understand best: numbers. Talent management—covering everything from recruiting and compensation to ongoing education and retention—has traditionally been managed in silos, with a series of disparate systems and disconnected processes and reports. In today’s data-driven world, CEOs demand more. This new study conducted by HR.com explores what’s working for organizations today and the biggest gaps to fill.
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zenithoptimedia, oracle, successful hr leadership, talent management, core business strategy, human resources, transactional to strategic, financial decisions, smart recruiting, talent scarcity and recruitment, technology advances, competitive compensation, quality of hire, hire smartly
    
Oracle
Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Nov 01, 2013
Being responsible for one-third of a business’ success already puts HR in a critical role. But it’s not just about finding the best people—it’s about finding the best people, at the lowest cost, with the lowest possible attrition and the best possible performance. And it’s about guiding your executive team to the right decisions using the language they understand best: numbers. Talent management—covering everything from recruiting and compensation to ongoing education and retention—has traditionally been managed in silos, with a series of disparate systems and disconnected processes and reports. In today’s data-driven world, CEOs demand more. This new study conducted by HR.com explores what’s working for organizations today and the biggest gaps to fill.
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zenithoptimedia, oracle, successful hr leadership, talent management, core business strategy, human resources, transactional to strategic, financial decisions, smart recruiting, talent scarcity and recruitment, technology advances, competitive compensation, quality of hire, hire smartly
    
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Published By: Adecco     Published Date: Oct 05, 2017
To hire and retain top talent in today’s ultra competitive job market, you need accurate salary data. As the economy recovers and the unemployment rate declines, job seekers can be more selective—which often means waiting for the right salary. Although benefits, career paths, cultural fit, vacation time and work-life balance still matter, salary remains the most important factor to job seekers. In fact, two thirds of the respondents in Workforce 2020, an Oxford Economics and SAP SE study, said compensation matters most. Our Salary Guide helps you have more informed salary discussions and put together competitive compensation packages—the key to hiring and retaining the best talent.
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