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[IWS] Bersin: GLOBAL HUMAN CAPITAL TRENDS 2014: ENGAGING THE 21st-CENTURY WORKFORCE [11 March 2014]

IWS Documented News Service

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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

 

GLOBAL HUMAN CAPITAL TRENDS 2014: ENGAGING THE 21st-CENTURY WORKFORCE [11 March 2014]

http://d2mtr37y39tpbu.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/GlobalHumanCapitalTrends2014_030714.pdf

[full-text, 146 pages]

 

[excerpt]

As we begin 2014, global organizations have left the recession in the rear-view

mirror and are positioning themselves aggressively for growth. Sluggishness has given way to expansion. Retrenchment has been replaced by investment. The need for caution has been superseded by the need to take action.

 

Yet as the economic recovery takes hold, businesses realize that the workforce today has changed. Skills are scarce, workers have high expectations, and Millennials are now in charge. Enter the 21st-century workforce.

 

The 21st-century workforce is global, highly connected, technology-savvy, and demanding. Its employees are youthful, ambitious, andfilled with passion and purpose. Millennials are a major force—but so are older workers,

who remain engaged and valuable contributors. Critical new skills are scarce—and their uneven distribution around the world is forcing companies to develop innovative new ways to find people, develop capabilities, and share expertise.

 

Contents

Introduction | 2

Global Human Capital Trends 2014 survey: Top 10 findings | 7

Lead and develop

Leaders at all levels | 25

Corporate learning redefined | 35

Performance management is broken | 45

The quest for workforce capability | 55

Attract and engage

Talent acquisition revisited | 65

Beyond retention | 75

From diversity to inclusion | 87

The overwhelmed employee | 97

Transform and reinvent

The reskilled HR team | 107

Talent analytics in practice | 117

Race to the cloud | 127

The global and local HR function | 137

Editors | 145

Acknowledgements | 146

Global Human Capital leaders | 147

Human Capital country leaders | 148

 

 

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