Even with accelerated spending in the Human Capital Management space and C-level visibility and support at many firms, few have achieved a fully integrated, business-objective-driven HCM strategy.
ARLINGTON, Va. (PRWEB) October 28, 2008
Companies throughout the world have long acknowledged that people are the most important – and expensive - asset for their organizations. Companies trying to manage these resources effectively amid an uncertain economic climate, rapid skills obsolescence and high turnover are facing tremendous process and technology challenges. According to industry analysts at Forrester, "Even with accelerated spending in the Human Capital Management space and C-level visibility and support at many firms, few have achieved a fully integrated, business-objective-driven HCM strategy."1 To succeed, firms must be ready and willing to embrace a more deliberate and strategic approach to optimizing their organization's talent.
During this one-hour webinar, Thomas will explore the Best Practices Framework for Human Capital Management as outlined in Forrester's recently published research: Improve Strategic HCM Processes and Technologies. The framework will help attendees identify areas where their talent management strategies, processes, and technologies need to mature in order to meet business objectives. Additionally, Gullotti will share a competency-based approach for analyzing current and desired workforce competencies as well as talent management profiles as the starting point for a solid talent management strategy. The approach is based on Plateau's recently published white paper: Talent Management – A Competency-based Approach to Developing Smart Strategies and Systems.
The webinar will help organizations assess their ideal talent management strategy and determine next steps by providing attendees with a framework for:
Understanding your organization's talent management maturity level Defining and comparing the organization's desired state with its current state in terms of skills, knowledge, behaviors, performance and metrics Establishing a short-term and long-term transformation roadmap Recalibrating your efforts on an ongoing basis to ensure processes and technologies are aligned with business goals WHO:
Zach Thomas, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research and Dennis Gullotti, Director of Product Marketing, Plateau Systems WHAT:
Better Talent Management Requires a Strategic Approach Webinar WHEN:
Thursday, October 30, 2008; 1:00 p.m. EDT WHERE:
Register online at http://plateau.com/forms/Q308_Forrester_webinar_1008.html
For more information about Plateau, visit http://www.plateau.com.
Plateau is a leading provider of talent management software, content and services designed to increase workforce productivity and drive business success. Plateau's award-winning software is powering talent management initiatives across some of the world's most successful organizations, including the American Red Cross, General Electric, the Internal Revenue Service, Capital One Services and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Industry analysts at Bersin & Associates, Forrester Research and other leading information and technology research and advisory firms continue to recognize Plateau's leadership in delivering best-in-class functionality, technology and customer satisfaction. Plateau is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia and has offices across the United States, Europe and Asia Pacific. For more information, please visit http://www.Plateau.com.
1 Forrester Research, Inc., "Improve Strategic HCM Processes and Technologies," August 1, 2008.