Report Released | 2020 Global Talent Selection Trends

Source:emlyon business schoolDate:2020-02-05

The "2020 Global Talent Selection Trends" research is led by Anson Tang, Co-Director, Global HR and Organization Innovation Center, emlyon business school, Vivian Li, CEO of HRflag and Heidi Huang, Vice President of Marketing and Channels of SHL Asia-Pacific, India, Middle East and South Africa. The report presents to you a magnificent picture depicting the trend of future talent selection and opens a new chapter in the dramatic changes in the thought process of talent selection decision.

emlyon business school & HRflag
English, Chinese
300 Thousand Words
Release time
February 10th, 2020

This large-sized report explains in-depth for

the first time the ten major trends of

talent selection in the future

Trend One

From Standards Evolution to Change of Iceberg

Trend Two

From Talent Check to Internal Talent Selection Evolution

Trend Three

From Quality Prioritization to Potential Discovery

Trend Four

From Configuration Meshing to Efficiency Activation

Trend Five

From Hindsight to Forward-Looking Insights

Trend Six

From Halo Debate to Talent

Selection Dimensional Upgrade

Trend Seven

From Superficial Examination to In-Depth Investigation

Trend Eight

From Point to Point to Parallel Tandem

Trend Nine

From Late Remedy to Forward Planning

Trend Ten

From Flexible Fragmentation to Cross Integration

The report releases for the first time about:

Approach-approach Conflict of Talent Selection;

Contribution Hysteresis of Gig Talents;

New Background Check and Digital Identity;

A New Definition of High-potential Talents and Engagement Cost;

Talent Acquisition Closed Loop;

Integrated Talent Selection Mode;

Liquidity Constraint of High-potential Talents and Venture Capital of Talents;

Organization-Talent Social Network";

Talent Valuation Adjustment Mechanism, TVAM and Evolution of the Standard-skilled Position to the Super-skilled Position.

And the report also leverages the well-known theories and technical models with talent selection: Halo Effect, Proportionality, Behavior Transformation, Knowledge Transfer, Psychological Defense Mechanism, The Peter Principle, Bonnie's Law of Human Resources, Total Talent Selection's Simulation by Multimedia Technology, Machine Learning, The Lucifer Effect, Talent Analytic Maturity Model, Flynn Effect, etc. The research takes unique perspectives and creative thought process to present more than ten new models and frameworks, and opens a grand chapter for the HR industry in today's business environment.