The skills-based organization has been trending for four-plus years. Companies have shifted to skills-based recruiting and retention models, but most companies report the same challenge with these critical goals. The move away from the job as the foundation of the organizational hierarchy has been slow to non-existent. But, another problem has emerged. Skills are becoming irrelevant quickly.
This new skills-based organization model brings implications for data and technology that the legacy HR technology stack can’t support well. In this HCI webcast, we'll review the new skills paradigm and how it has contributed to creating the new Work Tech category, as defined in the new report: "Unlocking Internal Mobility and the Skills-based Org." Attendees will learn the following:
How the shifting talent landscape has made previous models for internal mobility obsolete.
How the future of work is dependent on a balance of "hard" and "soft" skills.
The major components of the skills-based org tech stack.
Rates for budgets and adoption for the skills-based org tech stack categories.
Predictions for the future of skills-based organizations.