As the global economy moves toward recovery, companies face some tough challenges and complex choices about how best to retool for growth. In a new survey of 200 HR and business executives, Towers Perrin discovered that U.S. companies are inching toward a tipping point in how they deal with talent. Organizations have awakened to the importance of having skilled and engaged people delivering results. Companies know that high performers, high potentials and pivotal talent are a critical resource for competitive advantage. Still, at a time when there have been sweeping changes in the global economy, progress in talent management has been incremental rather than transformational. This webcast discusses ways to make talent management a critical forward-looking business tool.
Don't miss these webcast takeaways:
The future talent agenda
Strategic actions planned over the next 18 months
Most valued workforce segments
Building out new and needed areas of talent management
How companies are linking talent to business operations and strategy
Talent management processes most critical to achieving and sustaining results