5 Ways To Prevent Your Top Recruits From Jumping Ship
"Freeing up old notions of how, where, and when work gets done enables leaders to think more strategically about how they can rapidly assemble groups and talent pools from inside and out of the company’s walls. After all, a company may have the top programmers on staff but not specialized designers.
What’s important is access to the skills an organization needs, when it needs them. And, in turn, this model gives professionals more choice on the how, when, and where they can sustainably fit their careers into their lives."