By Philip S. Renaud II, MS, CPCU
Executive Director, The Risk Institute
The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business
On May 12, 2016, The Risk Institute at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business will be presenting the final session of its 2015-2016 Executive Education series, The Talent War: Managing the Talent Pipeline and Succession Planning.
All industry sectors from retail to manufacturing regularly face the challenge of recruiting, selecting, onboarding developing and maximizing talent. More and more sectors are reporting significant challenges in recruiting and retaining good talent. Whether caused by rapid advances in technology and skills, changing workplace perceptions of millennials, or pending retirement of the “boomer” generation, businesses are facing a new and complicated set of dynamics.
Session leaders, Anthony J. Rucci (The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business) and Yvonne Kalucis (MXD Group) will collaborate to provide insights into understanding the changing, complex alignment of talent management to general business strategy. The session will emphasize how to proactively use risk management to balance the risks related to talent management in order to meet business goals and enhance business performance.
The session will provide thought provoking ideas and advance The Risk Institute’s unique role in uniting industry thought leaders, academics and highly respected practitioners in an ongoing dialog to advance the understanding and evolution of risk management. The Risk Institute’s conversation about risk management is open and collaborative with its relevance across all industries and its potential for competitiveness and growth.
The Risk Institute Executive Education Series will complete it’s 2015-2016 season on May 12, 2016 with The Talent War – Managing the Talent Pipeline and Succession Planning, a half-day course for executives. For more information, or to sign up for the session, visit FISHER.OSU.EDU/RISK