It is certain that project management is a strategic component that is essential to business success. When it comes to hiring a project manager to the company, hiring managers and recruiters are looking for answers to the main questions: “Will this person fit into the culture of the organization?”, “Will this person get along with other team members and lead them effectively?” and “Will this person deliver on the project goals and on time?”. Hiring managers always…ByBerfu Sahin
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There are always some specific questions related to digital marketing whether the position is a Social Media Specialist or a Digital Director. We’ve rounded up all of the best and common interview questions for Digital Marketing positions to get ready for a job interview. In this blog post, you can find tips and general questions for a “Digital Marketing” job interview. Also, you can check open Digital Marketing job positions…
Welcome to the RattleBerry RoundUp! This is a weekly series where we select a trending topic and round up the latest and greatest articles to keep you up to date. We hope you enjoy it! Let us know either way on Twitter, Facebookor LinkedIn. This week is all about UX - research, design and how to learn more about it. For those of you who may be unfamiliar, UX is the acronym for user experience. This term is defined as "the overall experience of a person using a product such as a website or computer application, especially in terms of how easy or pleasing it is to use." Creating the best UX possible is at the centre of digital transformation, and is one of the fastest growing specialties in tech today.ByKatie
Welcome to the RattleBerry RoundUp! This is a weekly series where we select a trending topic and round up the latest and greatest articles to keep you up to date. We hope you enjoy it! Let us know either way on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. This week we are taking on the topic of the future of recruiting. This is what RattleBerry is all about. As the corporate world undergoes digital transformation, something to realize is that there will not only be changes in the way companies do business but also in the way companies attract and hire talent. The recruiting industry along with HR departments the world over are being rocked by the shift to digital. Everything from the way a candidate applies for a job to the way an employee is defined is shifting, and it feels as though we are on the brink of a revolution. Just as in commerce where all the power has shifted to the customer, to stay relevant in recruiting (especially for tech) we must realize that all the power has shifted to the candidate.
Focusing on digital transformation and experience RattleBerry is a freshly squeezed six months old today and we thought it would be a good time to take a step back and see where we have gotten to and what has changed from our initial plan. We have made two hires to our own team and have been lucky to get to work on some really senior recruitment briefs in UX, eCommerce and digital delivery/ project management. So, we are ahead of schedule and that is great, but I have noticed a slight but important shift in the areas we recruit for.
Last week I wrote a piece on the intersection of technology and organisational transformation in this connected age. That post summarised the broad categories of digital experience and digital change. I am now going to explain what the associated functional areas do and the kind of job titles that are found in each area. The goal is to give you a deeper understanding of not only what kind of work we do but also what kind of skills companies now need to nurture and hire to accomplish their digital transformation.ByEdward
The tag-line for our site is head-hunting digital leaders. We then define that by function - UX, ad-tech & data, e-commerce, followed by programmes, development and product. I thought it would be useful to write a couple of posts that sum up each of the areas and why it makes sense for a recruitment business to tie these different functions under the umbrella of technology and digital leadership. This first post will summarise all the areas into two major subsections - experience and change. The second post will go into more detail on the specific functions and jobs. I see digital change and transformation occurring on a grand scale across clients regardless of sector. So the broadly defined word "digital" is high on the agenda of banks, airlines, gaming firms, internet based enterprises, retailers and on and on. But it means different things to different people. Over the last four years I have seen how, in the main, it all pulls together. There are two overarching groups helping business successfully adapt and deliver better service for the connected age. They are, number one - digital experience and number two, digital change.ByEdward