Re-inventing Talent Acquisition is much like transforming a monolithic codebase into microservices and it should start with evaluating the people and culture.
The foundations of a strong culture are the same no matter what industry or department you are in or how long your company has been around: Specifically, people should:
Feel productive to deliver value quickly.
Feel autonomous to drive outcomes.
Feel inspired and motivated to create and thrive.
Feel psychologically safe to experiment, fail, and be vulnerable.
Feel they are growing to achieve mastery.
If you work in a business running these types of transformations internally or for your clients who and want to scaling your team, take time to positively impact your success rate on the hiring process by building the above mindset and thoughts into your interview processes, hiring criteria and on-boarding…
If you work for a large company in enterprise IT, especially in a leadership role, you are undoubtedly under pressure to build a strong software development culture. But how? The short answer is there isn’t a single template for success. Each company’s cultural transformation is unique. It is defined by distinct opportunities, constraints, and realities.