Managing Director, Randy Mysliviec, co-presents a session titled “Grow Your Own – Retain and Grow Your Talent”
Cincinnati, December 6, 2018: The Resource Management Institute, dedicated to the advancement of resource and workforce management thought leadership, announced Managing Director Randy Mysliviec will co-present at the Greater Cincinnati IT Symposium. The IT Symposium is the region’s premier event for IT leaders to network, educate and collaborate.
The session, titled “Grow Your Own – Retain and Grow Your Talent”, addresses the challenges employers face managing a strong, technically equipped talent pool such as the increasing difficulty of finding skilled people, a millennial workforce with different attitudes about work, a growing population of older workers heading toward retirement, ever-changing technology that requires continuous skill updates and the overall growing demand for IT talent.
“In the next decade IT success or failure will be tied to effectiveness in recruiting, growing and retaining top IT talent. Employee engagement enabled by good resource management processes will be key.” Mysliviec said. “The RMI continues to lead the way in best practice for resource management and will continue to address research and best practice needs in the area of employee engagement.”
The Greater Cincinnati IT Symposium, hosted by the Cincinnati CIO Roundtable, is the most relevant and actionable event for IT leaders in the region. Session content and speakers are selected by senior IT leaders from the region ensuring sessions deliver real-world, practical IT experiences which attendees are be able to take back to their own environments.
About Resource Management Institute (RMI)
The Resource Management Institute is dedicated to the advancement of resource and workforce management thought leadership, best practices and standards, globally recognized credentials that certify resource management expertise, and tools and resources necessary for effective and efficient management of human capital intensive businesses. The Resource Management Institute was created to provide the resource and workforce management community a vehicle to advance the discipline of resource and workforce management, and further the interests of the people who make up this community and the companies they work for. Visit us at www.resourcemanagementinstitute.com, on Twitter and on LinkedIn.