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.
In any high-performance organization, the acts of learning and achieving development must be prevalent and ongoing for employees at all levels. Great organizations understand that they have a responsibility to create two imperatives: An environment of stretch opportunity and a culture that develops others. I have seen that by providing employees with these two imperatives, which is inclusive of new challenges, a strong support system, and a structured method through which they can share ideas, companies are able to thrive.Read more
Today’s succession planning efforts need to be integrated into all aspects of the talent lifecycle, and must extend beyond the reach of the executive team. Most organizations today are already experiencing the reality of a need for a deeper penetrating succession practice. In the United States, 64 million people or 40% of the US workforce will reach retirement age by the year 2020. This emerging reality creates a necessity of which organizations need no reminder. It has never been more important for companies to develop and retain talent at all levels of the organization.Read more
Big Data continues to create new ways of gathering and analyzing information. In the latest research by Harvard Business Review Analytics Services, a real-world lens of big data is provided for HR and Finance.
See the infographic below and read The Big Data Opportunity for HR and Finance research report to discover why big data matters to you and your organization.