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  • 1. HR Versus ProcurementThe Talent Acquisition Super Bowl January 15th @ 1pm EST
  • 2. Introduction of Panel Moderator Panelist Panelist Bruce Morton Valerie Egan Pat Gaffney CMO Head of Resourcing- North America Lead Buyer, Indirect Services- RNA Allegis Group Services The Linde Group Linde North America, Inc. Panelist Panelist Marcelo Loureiro Eileen Kovalsky Director, Global Procurement Associate Director, Global Recruitment Outsourcing Bristol-Myers Squibb Bristol-Myers Squibb
  • 3. We Have Entered aSocial & Business RevolutionDemographicallySociologicallyTechnologicallyEconomically…
  • 4. It Isn’t Just Financial CapitalThat is Heading East and South
  • 5. Generational Shifts Across the World Contrasts in Age Distribution in 2030 0-19 20-39 40-59 60-79 80+ 40% 30% 20% 10% 10% 20% 30% 40% Developing World Developed WorldThe Hot Spots Movement
  • 6. Introducing the TalentSumer
  • 7. “We are about to see America unleashed in a way that our capitalism model has neverexperienced and we have never witnessed”
  • 8. Between 25% and 35% of theUS Workforce is now ‘Contingent’
  • 9. Temporary and Contract Workers Work in all Occupations* American Staffing Association 2011
  • 10. Most Companies Foresee a More Flexible Labor Workforce • 2011 Second Quarter Staffing Revenue hit $16.9 billion • A 33% increase over the same period in 2009 • Largest year-year Quarterly growth since tracking commenced in 1992* McKinsey Global Institute 2011
  • 11. Spend on Temporary Staff in the US Has Been Rising for the Last 15 years $100 bn $90 bn $80 bn $70 bn $60 bn $50 bn $40 bn 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009* Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • 12. Talent –Driven Innovation is Key DifferentiatorSource: Deloitte and US Council on Competitiveness - 2011
  • 13. The Perfect Storm The changing social contract The economic recovery The demand for skills in emerging markets The growing need for contingent workers Talent driven innovation The passage of national healthcare
  • 14. Where Do We Believe theTalent Acquisition Industry is Headed?
  • 15. One Word….
  • 16. Integrated Talent Acquisition Model
  • 17. Delivering Value across the Enterprise Financial Impact Business Impact Strategic Impact Lowering Total Cost of Ownership Through; Greater Flexibility Alignment of Workforce Plan to Freeing up Internal Resources Overall Business Strategy Better Workforce Utilization for Strategic issues Competitive Differentiation Better Demand Management Greater Accountability and Increased Employee Engagement Lower Vendor Mgmt Fee Compliance* Everest Group Research 2011
  • 18. Thank You Moderator Panelist Panelist Bruce Morton Valerie Egan Pat Gaffney CMO Head of Resourcing- North America Lead Buyer, Indirect Services- RNA Allegis Group Services The Linde Group Linde North America, Inc. Panelist Panelist Marcelo Loureiro Eileen Kovalsky Director, Global Procurement Associate Director, Global Recruitment Outsourcing Bristol-Myers Squibb Bristol-Myers Squibb