By now, most executives know there’s no going back to ‘normal’ organizational structures. The working world has profoundly changed, and traditional operating models and frameworks must evolve to keep pace. Leaders find themselves in uncharted waters, with new challenges like supply chain disruptions and talent shortages threatening to sabotage post-pandemic recoveries.
As more decision-makers begin to see our next chapter of disruption for what it is, there’s also a growing interest in new tools that will support business transformation strategies: talent marketplaces, in particular, are rising to the top of their radars. Gartner even named launching a talent marketplace as one of the top three things that CIOs can do to drive value in 2022.
Yet, while many leaders are on board, that doesn’t mean everyone is going to be on the same page when it comes to implementing disruptive technology. In fact, there may even be a few stakeholders who are reluctant to the idea or insist on holding off until other implementations are complete. Fortunately, there are a handful of strategies you can use to help everyone see eye to eye.