The U.S. workforce is headed for a dramatic shift. As baby boomers retire, organizations will face a growing shortage of experienced workers and a significant talent gap. In the following infographic, MBA@UNC takes a closer look at the effect that baby boomers have in the workforce today, how their retirement will affect the businesses of tomorrow and what companies can do to leverage senior talent and prepare for the future.
Students at the 2015 MBA@UNC San Francisco immersion had the option to participate in a data analytics track to explore how Bay Area businesses, large and small, are integrating data analytics with their everyday operations.
At MBA@UNC’s 2015 immersion in San Francisco, students in the Innovation track had a chance to learn about entrepreneurship and venture capitalism directly from a variety of top founders, executives and venture capitalists. Here’s a closer look at two panel discussions.
MBA@UNC’s 2015 domestic immersion was held in San Francisco, California. Students attended one of two tracks, choosing from the Innovation track and the Data Analytics track, both designed with the always-evolving industries of the Bay Area in mind.
Mentoring programs are an effective way to advance the development of high-potential employees. By harnessing the talent and experience of talented executives as mentors, companies are able to satisfy their employees intrinsic desire to grow and develop professionally. This guide from MBA@UNC, "How to Build a Successful Mentoring Program" is designed to support the talent development strategy of every company.
Silicon Valley startups like Google and Facebook famously use perks like on-site chefs, yoga classes and free shuttle services to attract and retain top talent in a competitive recruiting landscape. But the gravy train may be leaving the station for the last time.