- Rick Davidson jokes about his IT authority being galactic, but when the word global is in your title, and your company operates in 72 countries, perhaps you're entitled to stretch the blanket - especially in jest.
Not that the good-humored Davidson, senior vice president of global information services for Full article >>>
re is a change effort that's taking place on the business side and technology is just part of that, not all of it.
To Davidson, the essence of CIO leadership is anticipating the future of technology and envisioning how new solutions can be applied to business. That means he has to understand technology and the business of Manpower, whose $18 billion corporate profile includes five global ......Full article >>>
roughout their careers.
Davidson cited the example of the young generation of workers, who are more aggressive in managing career and job experience. Manpower would like to help them do this, so when they seek a new job every three or four years - now the rule rather than the exception - Manpower is the employer of choice. The company plans to coach them in their career choice, help them ......Full article >>>
ools and match that talent with available jobs?
If Manpower can develop a single system that gives it global visibility on both the demand side (labor) and the supply side (employers), it can fill orders much faster and more creatively than competitors.
Within the next three to four years, Manpower plans to do so through an acquired solution, configured to some degree and mapped......Full article >>>
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