People are the most important
part of your organization.
Understanding what they do,
how they do it, and even why
they do it, provides invaluable
insights for optimizing your
processes, department, or
And as a business leader, in many ways
you’ve never had it so good. There’s more
people data available than ever before,
and you’ve got the opportunity to put it
to work through data-driven initiatives
like changes to workforce demographics,
employee retention, or benefits allocations.
And most important, you have a chance to
fuel business decision-making with smart
Once you’ve learned how to turn your
people data into real business value, you’ll
create more visibility within your business,
and everyone will see that the rewards of
HR analytics are worth the effort. It’s time
to take the opportunity to prove the value
of data-driven HR. No more darkness.
Otherwise, the only journey ahead is into
some challenging pitfalls. We’ve identified
five of t
The role of learning and development has never been more important to the success of small and medium businesses, especially because of the fierce competition with big business to attract and retain top talent.
We’re amidst a disruption in the way employees work and learn. Technology, skills, and workforce demographics are shifting and evolving at a rapid pace. Employees are now sitting in the driver’s seat when it comes to their career path and companies are getting strategic with how to meet this new demand.
Read our guide “The Rise of the Holistic Learning Experience” to learn how the new role of learning and development can help your company thrive.
You’ll gain insights on:
• Consumer-driven technology changing the game
• Continuous learning and staying relevant amid change
• The holistic learner experience
Get your copy and start building a holistic learning program today.
Changing workforce demographics are creating skills gaps and putting pressure on employers to source top talent. Learn how human capital management technology tools could be the key to stronger recruiting and hiring.
Preparing for the 2020 workforce is critical to business strategy, growth, and performance. To understand the challenges and opportunities, Oxford Economics and SAP surveyed over 2,700 executives and more than 2,700 employees in 27 countries during the second quarter of 2014.
We found that many companies lack the structure, strategy, culture, solutions and resources to manage employees effectively. To succeed, they must address the role and relevance of people strategy; changing demographics and evolving definitions of work; leadership ability and cultivation; employee wants and needs; and talent development.
In the age of the empowered individual, organizations must rethink the workplace with the employee at the center of the business.
Business leaders are now facing a host of new challenges and opportunities associated with their workforces. On one hand, the demographics of their workforce are changing with a new type of employees coming on-board. At the same time, the nature of the employee relationships are rapidly changing. This session will focus on recent research from the IBM Institute for Business Value about how to make sense of these workforce changes and take actions that will benefit your organization.
Join this virtual discussion between industry thought leaders to learn how to:
Separate the myths from realities related to the Millennial workforce.
Understand the value provided by alternative work arrangements and the independent worker.
Identify opportunities for your organizations to better adapt to these shifts within the workforce.
An increasingly global and mobile workforce is changing the way IT needs to support the business. Worker demographics are also changing, resulting in different expectations on how IT delivers data and applications.
HP and VMware make this important move to Client Virtualization safe and easy by testing and developing the most popular solutions. On its sixth generation Client Virtualization reference architecture, HP tests many combinations of storage, networking, and blades to best handle the Client Virtualization workloads.
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