Steve’s ideas help turn potential threats of uncertainty into opportunities for progress. He masterfully offers insights based on solid evidence and relevant experience coupled with diagnostic questions and useful tools. What I most like is that his blueprint for reimagining work navigates paradoxes that organizations must balance as they seek to support the goals of diverse stakeholders.
Dave Ulrich, Rensis Likert Professor, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
Dr. Hunt’s experience working with hundreds of companies, technological savvy, and psychology expertise has enabled him to provide a valuable look at what companies must do to prepare for a future of work that will be very different from the past.
Ken Johnston, Chief Human Resources Officer, Purolator
With enormous changes occurring in the workplace in every region of the world, Talent Tectonics is a timely and valuable read for anyone wanting to nurture an organization culture that puts the employee experience front-and-center in order to attract, develop, and retain the best talent.
Doug Haaland, Ph.D. VP, Global Talent Management Whirlpool Corporation
I found “Talent Tectonics” to be refreshing. Steve focuses on practical solutions, calling out the tensions between what the individual wants and what the organization wants, and shares practical tools on how we can balance those seemingly disparate needs.
Maura Stevenson, PhD. Chief Human Resource Officer, MedVetAffiliated Research, Center for Effective Organization, USC’s Marshall School of Business
Steve Hunt provides a through and engaging analysis of forces shaping the workforce and strategies necessary to effectively manage people in the future. This book is recommended for any company leader or HR specialist seeking to address structural shifts that are changing global labor markets.
Daniel Samaan, Ph.D., Senior Economist and Future of Work Expert, International Labour Organization (ILO)
Steven Hunt provides a compelling guide to managing people in today’s organizations. He skillfully addresses key issues such as use of data in decision-making, enhancing the employee experience, and building a resilient organization. Talent Tectonics is an indispensable resource.
Donald Truxillo, Kemmy Business School Professor, University of Limerick
This is a must-read for everyone who wants to crack the nut on how an organization can thrive in the future of work. Steven Hunt helps us understand the major drivers of creating resilient workforces by successfully managing the intersection of people, technology, and work.
Christian Schmeichel, SVP & Chief Future of Work Officer at SAP
With Talent Tectonics, Steve Hunt has given us a new and essential way to think about the employment relationship and how we approach it – whether as an employer or an employee.
Elaine Davis, Chief Human Resources Officer, HealthComp