New data use drives finding future talent

Using data in innovative and intelligent ways will drive talent search.

Identifying talent will increasingly be driven by using data in innovative and intelligent ways, according to David Rowan (above), co-founder and editor at large of technology publication Wired’s UK edition.

In his keynote address at CEB now Gartner’s ReimagineHR conference in London, Rowan said that innovative tech companies were...

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