How to build a common language of workforce planning in your organization to facilitate data collection and analysis
Strategies for conducting a current-state analysis to identify gaps and needs
How to build on that current-state analysis and explore the future possibilities of an effective strategic workforce plan
In today’s rapidly changing business climate, organizations must be able to dynamically respond to new information and insights, better equip a nimble workforce and prepare for future changes. Data-driven, thoughtfully integrated workforce planning can deliver meaningful results across recruiting, learning, development, and leadership.
An HCI research study showed that nearly half of respondents feel that their organizations are unprepared for the talent needs of the future, and another 35% report that they are not confident in their organization’s strategic workforce planning capabilities.
In this webcast, Bill Craib, Senior Vice President of Enterprise Learning at HCI, will identify the building blocks of any strong workforce planning program, and provide strategies for building on that foundation as the program matures.
Your current HR systems have become a major roadblock in delivering and communicating business value. In this brief, we’ll explain why, and introduce a unified Human Capital Management (HCM) solution equipped to help you ...
Adam Calli, Owner of Arc Human Capital, talks about the next big things in talent acquisition, specifically the use of data to encourage internal mobility and growth. He also offers thoughts on which acquisition strategies and trends will ...