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[IWS] Bersin by Deloitte: PREDICTIONS FOR 2014: BUILDING A STRONG TALENT PIPELINE FOR THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC RECOVERY [18 December 2013]

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Institute for Workplace Studies----------------- Professor Samuel B. Bacharach

School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

Cornell University

16 East 34th Street, 4th floor---------------------- Stuart Basefsky

New York, NY 10016 -------------------------------Director, IWS News Bureau

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Bersin by Deloitte

 

PREDICTIONS FOR 2014: BUILDING A STRONG TALENT PIPELINE FOR THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC RECOVERY  [18 December 2013]

http://marketing.bersin.com/rs/bersin/images/121813PSGP.pdf

[full-text, 66 pages]

 

Employers will be challenged to attract, retain and develop people in 2014. Organizations will need bold, innovative talent and human resources strategies to compete for skills amidst a global economy recovery. As retention concerns mount, organizations will focus on building a passionate, highly-engaged workforce.1

 

We will expand on these challenges and more in Predictions for 2014: Building a Strong Talent Pipeline for the Global Economic Recovery, our annual review of business, training and talent management developments. Among our insights:

•             A competitive labor market and rapid innovation will create a need to reinvent recruiting;

•             Organizations will focus on building a passionate, highly-engaged workforce; and

•             Talent Analytics will come to center stage.

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction 4

The Emergence of the “Corporate Talent System” 7

Our 2014 Predictions and Trend Series 12

Predictions for 2014 14

1. Talent, Skills, and Capability Needs Become Global 14

2. Integrated Capability Development Replaces Learning 17

3. Redesign of Performance Management Accelerates 24

4. Redefining Engagement: Focus on Passion and the Holistic Work Environment 28

5. Take Talent Mobility and Career Development Seriously 35

6. Redesign and Reskill the HR Function 39

7. Reinvent and Expand Focus on Talent Acquisition 43

8. Continued Explosive Growth in HR Technology and Content Markets 47

9. Talent Analytics Comes to the Front of the Stage 54

10. Innovation Comes to HR: The New, Bold CHRO 58

Conclusion 60

Key Takeaways 61

Appendix I: Table of Figures 65

About Us 66

 

 

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