Explore HCI's collection of curated webcasts, executive interviews and keynote videos on trending talent management topics.
Michael Michalowicz, author of “The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur" and columnist for The Wall Street Journal, discusses ways to avoid some of the typical pitfalls organizations encounter when onboarding their employees.
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Mark Berry, Vice President of Human Capital Analytics, Conagra Foods, shares his experiences as his organization begins the journey into workforce planning. How do you start to sift through the mounds of historical data in your organization and ...Read more
Peter Howes, Vice President, SuccessFactors discusses what he feels is one of the biggest challenges facing HR: what is a career? A career is a combination of projects, experiences, horizontal shifts, and promotions.
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Mark Berry, Vice President of Human Capital Analytics, Conagra Food Inc. says there is no “crystal ball” when it comes to workforce planning. He shares his strategies for identify the gaps in an organization and how to turn workforce ...Read more
A fundamental aspect of a successful workforce planning program is the ability to understand future talent supply, internally and externally, and future talent demand. New research on this topic from Human Capital Institute suggests that it is ...Read more
HR leaders who are tasked with transforming the organization through workforce planning require a certain amount of entrepreneurship. Challenges include gaining buy-in from the rest of the organization and convincing business partners to share a ...Read more
In a world of workforce planning information overload can seem daunting. Confusing data can often impede productivity and smart decision making. These barriers to understanding metrics and turning valuable analytics into actionable strategies can ...Read more
Through scenario planning organizations are able to identify strategic roles needed in the future, that may or may not exist today. With the help of futuring and finding the targeted future state of the organization, business leaders will have an ...Read more
If metrics aren’t translated into business imperatives, they’re nothing more than numbers in a spreadsheet. For many human resource leaders, their desire to utilize analytics is often impeded by an uncertainty about how to initiate ...Read more
Impeccable data and metrics coupled with reliable dashboards and technology all help to establish credibility, but the true effectiveness of an analytics group is based on its ability to change opinions and be influential. All people decisions at ...Read more
This workshop will address some of the crucial distinctions that separate strategic from operational workforce planning. Examples and case studies will be provided to illustrate each part of the strategic workforce planning ...Read more
A dichotomy in workforce planning is approaching – a major difference in the skills, qualities and outlook of those who are succeeding in strategic workforce planning compared to those focusing on (and succeeding in) headcount planning. ...Read more
Successful succession planning can make or break an organization based on two factors: managing risk, and the creation of organizational continuity to maintain their workforce plan. When pivotal positions go vacant in an organization, the effect ...Read more
For workforce planning to succeed, the business itself needs to take accountability for the development and execution of the workforce plans. This requires full engagement of the business in the process and the issues. In this session, ...Read more
An HCI Podcast based on the Webcast, "Can Metrics Close the Competency Gap" on 2/7/2012. Guest Bennett Price, Sr. Analyst, Organization & Management Development - Global R&D, PepsiCo discusses why Metrics are important for an organizations success, solutions to common challenges when it comes to metrics and examples of how metrics have closed competency gaps.
Can you imagine getting over a million applications a year? Could you trust that your selection system wouldn’t rule out someone really good? With incredibly high volume and limited open positions, P&G relies on a very efficient selection process to quickly identify top candidates and make sure their recruiters and hiring managers’ valuable time is only spent on the most promising contenders.
Kathi Elster and Katherine Crowley, Authors and Experts in Workplace Relationships, discuss how to manage the people issues in business.
New dynamics in business world: more women, virtual workplaces, multi-generational, ...Read more
Greg Hartley, U.S. Army Special Forces (Retired) and Author of The Most Dangerous Business Book You’ll Ever Read, talks about how a good manager can read body language indicators of his or her employees.
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Gwyneth Meeks, Vice President, Organizational Effectiveness at Viacom discusses the challenges she faced in effectivly utilizing executive coaching as a leadership developing tool and how it can help leaders deal with change in an ...Read more
Kevin Edmonds, Director of Training and Development at The Kroger Co., discusses the leadership development model for district managers at Kroger. Kevin explains how the course is designed to instill a passion for results AND people in ...Read more