What keeps CHROs up at night? Attend our June 17 webcast for insights and recommended actions
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Maria-Paz Barrientos, Vice President and Partner, IBM Strategy & Analytics Global Team
How does your organization make hiring and workforce management decisions? From Human Resources leaders to all ranks of the organization, your company's talent management policies and practices affect every employee. Our latest IBM Study in the area of human capital management, New expectations for a new era: CHRO insights from the Global C-suite Study, highlights how organizations are using technology and looking towards the behavioral sciences for insights on managing and shaping their workforce.
Why the reach into technology and behavioral sciences? As I’ll discuss in an upcoming June 17 webcast, “Key Insights and Recommended Actions from the Institute of Business Value CHRO Study,” the talent issues facing organizations currently are more challenging and disruptive than they have been in the past.
Organizations today face the following issues when dealing with talent:
It is no longer enough to manage and understand talent through subjective processes (we will discuss the subjective nature of performance evaluations at a later date). HR today needs objective data to be able to report, benchmark, analyze and predict talent demands and what new talent should look like.
After all, the workforce is the front line in representing the organization’s brand in the market, interacting with customers on a daily basis, analyzing customer preferences and developing and maintaining the technologies that bring the organization’s physical and digital worlds together.
Join us on June 17, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. ET for our webcast, and learn how your organization can build a motivated and prepared workforce. You’ll hear Eric Lesser (Director, IBM Institute of Business Value), Alan Wild (Vice President of HR Employee Relations & Engagement, IBM) and me discuss insights from the Global C-Suite Study. We’ll also focus on workforce challenges for HR in a customer-driven world and three actions HR can take with real-life examples.