Skills-Driven Workforce Transformation

A revolution in the way employers approach their workforce planning & talent strategy.

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What is Skills-Driven Workforce Transformation?

Skills-Driven Workforce Transformation is about transforming your workforce data to a skills-led paradigm, giving you the foundation to develop your workforce in harmony with the changing skills dynamics of the modern labour market, and so unlock your true potential. As a global leader in Labour Market and Talent Analytics, we're working with companies across the globe on this genuinely exciting and truly revolutionary shift in the way they think about skills building, workforce data and organisational design.

A New Skills-Based Workforce Paradigm

The future of work is driven by skills. People used to be defined by the qualifications or job titles present in job descriptions. Now, they are defined by the skills they possess. But how can organisations develop their workforce and implement skills development strategies that genuinely reflect the skills dynamics of the fast-changing labour market, if their organisational design is still defined by one-dimensional qualifications and often outdated job titles?

Enter a totally new workforce paradigm: one where your job architecture is mapped to the skills-based realities of the modern labour market, and updated regularly to take account of the rapid pace of labour market change.

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Case Study: Learning & Development

By basing your workforce data not on one-dimensional qualifications or outdated job titles, but rather on the fast-changing skills dynamics of today's and tomorrow's labour market, you gain the freedom to unlock multiple opportunities for improving your workforce planning and talent strategy.

Check out our case study of how we helped a large food and beverage company with over 10,000 employees that wanted to improve its Learning & Development by incorporating training the most market-relevant skills.

<p><span><span style="color: #ffc8a4;">Case Study: Learning &amp; Development</span></span></p> video

How do we transform your workforce data?

Implementing a skills-driven approach to your workforce is a huge challenge. But our ready-made Skills, Occupations, and Job Titles Taxonomies mean we have all the components to do the heavy lifting for you - transforming your workforce data to a skills-based job architecture in a fraction of the time, effort, and heartache it would take to do it yourselves. Here are the 3-steps we take - imagine that we can do this for ALL your job roles.

    Step 1: We'll normalise your job roles to our occupation taxonomy or standardised job titles;

    Step 2: We'll map these normalised roles to our broad skills categories;

    Step 3: We'll build out market-optimised common and specialised skills for each role.

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Case Study: Talent Marketplace

Your workforce is your company's biggest cost and its biggest asset. By taking the approach we've described, you'll be able to unlock the "Skills DNA" of your workforce, giving you a powerful way to realise its true potential in terms of:

    Better employee productivity;

    Enhanced career pathway management;

    More focused training, reskilling and upskilling;

    Higher staff engagement levels;

    Improved workforce Return on Investment.

Check out how a global company utilised the skills-driven approach to launch a highly specific Talent Marketplace.

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Why join the skills-driven revolution?

The Return on Investment opportunities of embarking in workforce planning using skills are numerous. Here are just some of the most impactful in terms of planning, deployment strategies, and talent management and acquisition:

    Creating self-evolving, dynamic, job architectures;

    Developing a holistic view of your workforce's skill sets and skills gaps to improve employee engagement and retention;

    Benchmarking skills profiles against your competitors;

    Making better, more informed hiring decisions;

    Optimising succession planning for key personnel.

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Case Study: Workforce Planning

Ultimately, with skills dynamics changing rapidly, putting your organisational design on a skills-based foundation is the only way to ensure your workforce planning and talent strategy have the agility to respond and adapt to market changes, and so help you to stay ahead of your competitors.

Check out how we helped a major European pharmaceutical company to overhaul its workforce data, in order to  implement a genuinely skills - based approach to future workforce planning.

<p><span><span style="color: #a2f6f7;">Case Study: Workforce Planning</span></span></p> video

Ready for a Skills-Driven Workforce Transformation?

Let us show you how we can transform your organisation's workforce data and help you unlock a whole new world of exciting possibilities.