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Science Talent Supply Chain Management
Science Talent Supply Chain Management
Submitted on 31 Mar 2017

Harvey Yau & Mike Berich
This poster was presented at Pittcon 2017
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Poster Abstract
Just like the conventional supply chain management, talent
supply chain management model (TSCM) is an adaptable process
of mobilizing and engaging resources on an as-needed basis,
creating a lean, streamlined system of input and output.
Because it offers oversight as to where talent is sourced,
how it's engaged, and how it performs, TSCM allows companies
to align their talent strategies with organizational objectives,
optimize their workforces, and maximize the potential
of their human capital-all while minimizing superfluous and
inefficient processes. And by engaging vendors and labor
in a manner that's in line with organizational goals, TSCM in
effect creates an integrated or holistic system in which each
part of the supply chain supports the rest. TSCM offers companies significant competitive
advantages, including:
• Enhanced workforce planning.
• Oversight.
• Predictive capability.
• Risk mitigation.
• Access to a broader talent pool.
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