Workforce Planning

An HCI Topic

Leading companies include talent forecasting in their human resource planning. With effective workforce planning and workforce management, you can create the right recruiting and workforce training strategies to have the talent in place for future success. Learn how you can benchmark your HR planning and workforce data against industry norms, analyze gaps in your current workforce capability, and use predictive modeling to identify the talent and skills you’ll need to accomplish business goals.

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The Role of HR Analytics and Workforce Planning in M&A

Webcast | Presented By: Niamh Cassidy | Webcast Aired: August 13, 2014
2013 saw a spike in major mergers and acquisitions over the previous five years, from Berkshire Hathaway and H.J. Heinz to American Airlines and US Airways to one of the largest ever worth 130 billion with Verizon and Vodafone.  But once the ... Read more
White Paper

The Talent Expansion Manifesto

White Paper | Author: Steve Parker, SPHR, Vice President, SumTotal Systems LLC | Source: SumTotal Systems LLC | Published: July 21, 2014
Why traditional HR technology approaches are failing and a better way is needed. Has anyone in your organization asked you this question before: “Why doesn’t this [fill in the name of a piece of HR technology] ... Read more
White Paper

Taking Measure of Talent

White Paper | Source: Harvard Business Review | Published: July 11, 2014
IN TODAY’S KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY, an organization’s workforce is its most important asset as well as one of its greatest investments. The management of human capital — the sum of a workforce’s skill, knowledge and ... Read more

Disruption First, M&A Second.

Blog | Author: Daniel Fogel | Source: HCI | Published: June 30, 2014

“We are now solidly in an era of mergers, acquisitions and other financial activity in the boring, steady industry of book publishing.” Jeremy Greenfield states in a recent article for Forbes.  “As the way people consume media changes, book publishers are realizing they are content creation and rights management companies and not just book publishers. Many of them are now playing in the app market, educational technology market and other areas they likely wouldn’t have dreamed of a decade ago.”

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