By Jim Shaki on 05 September 2011
On this episode of Jordan Rayboy’s Open Road, I get to be in the drivers seat asking the questions to… you guessed it, Jordan himself. What makes this interview interesting is Jordan’s perspective on how corporations around the world are investing heavily on their social media foot prints: Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn and even internal job boards designed to gather candidates in a social environment where they can get to know each other by playing “sticky” tactical games with employees and invited friends, all the while being a single degree of separation from their HR division.
The digital architecture is readily available and any good recruiter worth their weight in gold knows that innovations in technology have leveled the playing field from a researchers point-of-view. Is this truly the end of executive recruiting as we know it? Who will survive Web 3.0?