With this article we would like to tap into the People aspect of Digitization – aiming to zoom into competences shared by people whom have been successful in Digital Transformation contexts.
As Sales, Marketing and Digital specialists within Consumer, Industry, Healthcare Services & ICT environments, we are a strategic partner to our clients. Any obstacle in your plans, setback in your results or mistake in your approach, starts and ends with the quality of your people. It can be the cause, but it is always the solution.
Of course, you and your team are convinced your product or service is the best, but how to convince your customer? In many cases it’s not about what you sell, it’s about how you sell it.
Today's business world is becoming more and more intertwined.
September marks the start of the yearly strategic planning phase for companies in all sectors. We reflect on what has been and what this would mean for both the short- and long-term future of our businesses. Where is the market going? What are hot topics in our sector? How do we adopt and adapt? And, specifically, what will be our focus in 2022?
Our network and experience playing the commercial field across consumer, industry, ICT, services and healthcare sectors, has provided us with some initial “hot topics” that are noted on the agendas of many.
Are you part of the 25% hiring managers that request feedback from their candidates? Do you consider your rejected candidates as your clients or business partners of the future? Or is there room for improvement? The many insights we receive from professionals in our network made us conclude on the following 4 key take outs on the impact of the candidate experience in the hiring process.
In today´s challenging world, Batenborch International organizes virtual round tables to connect professionals from multiple sectors and environments to learn with and from each other. In this format, we discuss actual topics and themes in either dealing with the Covid-19 impact or in preparing for a post-corona future.
Im Gespräch mit Prof. Dr. Christian Schmitz – Ruhr-Universität Bochum and Christian Peters Batenborch Germany
Hiring teams want to recruit as fast as possible, because vacant positions cost money and delay operations, yet it can take several months. The first thing we commonly hear from our business partners is “it needs to go fast” which – in most cases – you can read as “it is due yesterday”. And while we do the best we can to deliver our most outstanding candidates faster than you think, when it’s our partners’ time to shine and do their part in the recruitment process, the same mistakes arise. Read here more about the 9 mistakes slowing down the recruitment process.