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Amid uncertainty, on-demand talent offer a fast, agile way for companies to obtain in-demand expertise while remaining flexible with capacity and cost. See the top independent talent trends for 2023.
A new report from Business Talent Group (BTG) reveals how leading executives are leveraging on-demand talent for optionality and flexibility amid uncertainty.
See how highly skilled interim talent are helping companies fill critical leadership gaps, build capabilities, provide relief for leadership teams, and set the future permanent hire up for success.
Across industries and business functions, leaders are tapping on-demand talent to help with IT and tech transformations that drive efficiencies in business processes, enhance security, and more.
Executives across Europe are increasingly recognizing the benefits that on-demand talent can offer given the fast, flexible, and cost-effective nature of project-based work.
On-demand talent provide the strategic expertise, analytical skills, and hands-on interim leadership consumer goods companies need to adapt and thrive in a fast-changing market.
On-demand talent are helping energy, sustainability, and clean tech companies tackle a challenging mix of market conditions—from unprecedented demand for renewables to supply chain disruption.
Fueled by uncertainty and rapidly changing market conditions, financial services firms are focused on transforming all aspects of the business with the help of skilled on-demand talent.
Healthcare leaders are increasingly leveraging on-demand talent to drive innovations that increase operational efficiency and improve patient outcomes and the customer experience.
Industrial goods and services leaders are seeking on-demand talent who can fill key operational roles as interim leaders and help with needs from organizational design to supply chain resilience.
Insurance leaders are tapping on-demand talent for help with enhancing digital capabilities, improving the customer experience, and more.
As long-time innovators in the use of on-demand talent, life science leaders rely on independents to help them stay competitive and keep up with a rapidly changing industry.
By tapping on-demand talent, nonprofit and government leaders can better position their organizations to navigate changing conditions and accomplish their goals.
With an uncertain economic outlook, private equity firms are tapping on-demand talent for help with shoring up leadership teams and optimizing portco operations.
On-demand talent are an ideal solution to strategically supplement in-house professional services teams with in-demand expertise and support client needs.
A metamorphosis of retail is underway as consumers redefine what, where, and why they buy. On-demand talent are standing by to help retail leaders improve the omnichannel experience and more.
The technology industry is experiencing the rapid development of game-changing technologies amid an uncertain market. On-demand talent is here to help tech leaders do more with less.
On-demand talent are helping business and corporate development leaders navigate the constantly evolving M&A landscape, identify new market opportunities, and streamline operations for growth.
To address near-term priorities and reinvent their companies for the future, CEOs and presidents are tapping on-demand talent to drive IT and tech transformation, develop growth strategies, and more.
Digital, data, and IT functions are turning to on-demand talent for help as they seek to respond to security concerns, glean business insight, transform operations, and level up product offerings.