Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Your Cart   |   Sign In   |   Register
Site Search
Event Calendar

The Art of Writing High-Fidelity User Stories: Product Usability Starts Here!

Partner Event (ASP): How to Manage Talent-Related Risks That Threaten Business Strategy
View Registrations Tell a Friend About This EventTell a Friend

When: February 1, 2011
From 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM
Where: Rebecca's Cafe Burlington
8 New England Executive Park
(same side of Mall Road as Burlington Mall), (781) 229-2112
Burlington, Massachusetts  01803
Contact: Jennifer von Briesen

« Go to Upcoming Event List  

About the Topic

ASP-Boston hosts a monthly morning session on the first Tuesday of the month.

As the economic recovery takes hold, most senior line executives are not prepared for the new talent management threats posed by a changing workforce. Based on his just-released book The Executive Guide to High-Impact Talent Management (McGraw-Hill), David DeLong will show you how to:

  • Identify & prioritize the most critical talent-related risks that jeopardize growth, innovation, and productivity improvement today.
  • Create clear links between strategic objectives and talent management investments
  • Assess and improve the talent management IQ of your executive team.


Dr. David DeLong
President, David DeLong & Associates

Dr. David DeLong is president of David DeLong & Associates, a consulting firm that helps organizations improve performance by solving problems created by changing workforce demographics and risks of knowledge loss. He is also a research fellow at the MIT AgeLab and has been an adjunct professor at Babson College.

A well-known keynote speaker, Dr. DeLong is co-author of the new book The Executive Guide to High-Impact Talent Management from McGraw-Hill. He is also author of the widely-praised Lost Knowledge: Confronting the Threat of an Aging Workforce from Oxford University Press. He has spent more than a decade studying the strategic impacts of changing workforce demographics and knowledge loss on organizational performance. In recent years, he has conducted over 600 interviews with scores of knowledge-intensive organizations to develop solutions for the knowledge retention and workforce development challenges posed by increased baby boomer retirements and greater mid-career turnover.

His work has been widely cited in the New York Times, Fortune Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, CIO Magazine, U.S. News & World Report, and the Boston Globe. He has also been interviewed on NPR's "Morning Edition" and "Talk of the Nation."

Note: As part of the alliance between ASP and BPMA, BPMA members can register as "Affiliates" for ASP Boston events and get the same discounted rates as ASP members.

Registration and details at:

We Would Like to Thank Our Sponsors