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Nathan Mondragon 

Nathan Mondragon is an IO Psychologist with extensive Talent Management and Technology experience. The majority of his career has involved blending enterprise software with I/O content to deliver talent acquisition, performance management and talent development or succession solutions. He is a recognized expert in the blending of the recruitment and selection areas of staffing into a seamless integrated function. He has over 50 manuscripts, presentations, and workshops on I/O and technology solutions and has been quoted or featured in over 15 popular press articles. Nathan was interviewed on NPR’s Morning Edition about the future of Recruiting and Assessment. He has held leadership positions with Aon, SHL, DDI, Dell, and Taleo.

Nathan has delivered numerous talent management solutions to the Global 1000. He has led the development of various TM solutions always combining leading edge content with a software delivery. Currently Nathan is Chief IO Psychologist for Taleo Corporation, a leading Talent Management software provider. Nathan has a Master's and Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Colorado State University.




Unified Talent Management: What is it and how do I get some?

Talent Management solutions started as point processes designed to address a single talent issue (e.g., reviews to manage or compare employee performance). Currently, we are in the early adoption stage of combining these point processes into a unified or whole system view. In this session we will quickly review the history of these point solutions to gain an understanding of why we are at the chasm of talent management unification. A definition of unification will be proposed, the benefits of unified TM will be presented, and a model for implementing these enterprise solutions will be discussed. Challenges to realizing unified talent management will also be presented.

Learning Objectives

1.     Identify the basic elements of Unified Talent Management.
2.     List the opportunities and challenges of implementing Unified Talent Management.
3.     Contrast benefits and limitations of point solutions and a unified solution.
4.     State how the future of Talent Management solutions will help enable virtual workforces.