Business Talent Group Announces Exclusive Collaboration with Heidrick & Struggles

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Business Talent Group (BTG) is entering into an exclusive collaboration with Heidrick & Struggles to offer Heidrick clients seamless access to BTG’s top independent professionals—on demand—for critical project-based assignments. We are excited to collaborate with Heidrick, and we are honored that Krishnan Rajagopalan, President and CEO, Heidrick & Struggles, sees BTG as a “leader and an innovator when it comes to sourcing highly experienced independent professionals.”

According to an ATD survey, 83% of companies report skills gaps that threaten their organization’s ability to prepare for the future. The same study found that 50% say their companies had insufficient leadership bench strength, and 47% expected a gap of leadership or executive-level skills in the future.

Together, we will empower our clients to identify, access, and integrate the right talent at the right time to solve their most pressing business issues. The collaboration represents another important step in growing our industry-leading talent solutions, which help businesses advance their strategies by accessing the very best independent talent on demand.

Read the press release or get in touch to learn how BTG’s on-demand talent can help you solve critical business challenges.

Jody Greenstone Miller and Amelia Warren Tyagi
Co-Founders, Business Talent Group

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About the Author

Jody Greenstone Miller

Jody Greenstone Miller is the Co-Founder and CEO of Business Talent Group, the leading provider of on-demand business talent for project-based work. An outspoken thought leader on the future of work, Jody has been featured in outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Fortune, Fast Company, Business Insider, The Economist, The Financial Times, CNN, Stanford University, Fox Business and Bloomberg. Clay Christensen in the Harvard Business Review cited BTG as a “disrupter” of the traditional consulting model and Fast Company referred to Miller as a “workplace innovator.” Along with her husband, Matt Miller, Jody wrote the “Big Idea” feature for the Harvard Business Review, “The Rise of the Supertemp” which observers cite as the definitive analysis of the independent professional talent trend.

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