Using workforce analytics to drive business results: Using workforce analytics to drive business results
Updated 01 Dec 2014
Workforce analytics can challenge conventional wisdom, influence behavior, and enable HR and business leaders to make smarter decisions that impact business outcomes.
The business of social business - What works and how it's done
Updated 08 Nov 2012
A new IBM Institute for Business Value study reveals how organizations can use social approaches to create meaningful business value.
Updated 6 Jan 2012
Can an organization, operating in today’s increasingly networked world, choose to ignore the insights of employees, customers, business partners and expect to thrive?
Cultivating organizational creativity in an age of complexity: A companion study to the IBM 2010 Global Chief Human Resource Officer Study
Updated 29 Jul 2011
Managing the increasing complexity inherent in today's environment requires leaders who will work to unlock, uncover and unleash the collective creative capabilities of their organizations.
Working beyond Borders: Insights from the 2010 Global CHRO Study
Updated 30 Oct 2010
Unleashing creativity, flexibility and speed.
Focal Jobs: Viewing talent through a different lens
Updated 26 Jan 2010
By using a different "lens" to examine talent management issues, companies have the opportunity to more effectively use their limited investment funds to achieve greater organizational effectiveness and strategic alignment.
The personal side of business continuity: Addressing human capital management issues during crises
Updated 15 Jun 2009
Recent business disruptions have affected organizations worldwide, and while most businesses have continuity plans in place, many don't address a company's most precious assets: its employees.
Getting Smart About Your Workforce: Why Analytics Matter
Updated 22 May 2009
Along with the necessary resources to transform data into insights, workforce analytics is enabling HR professionals to be more engaged in the formulation of corporate strategy.
Unlocking the DNA of the Adaptable Workforce: The Global Human Capital Study 2008 Chemicals and Petroleum Edition
Updated 30 Apr 2009
To meet the responsibilities of guiding a global, well integrated C&P enterprise, executives need to rethink their workforce visions using strategies and tools that support collaboration, enable new opportunities, encourage learning, and help predict and attract expert skills.
Unlocking the DNA of the Adaptable Workforce: The Global Human Capital Study 2008/Metals and Mining Edition
Updated 30 Apr 2009
As the metals and mining industries change, they face growing workforce challenges that must be met through a combination of executive focus, transformed processes and technology enablers.
Leadership in a distributed world: Lessons from online gaming
Updated 19 Jan 2009
Though it may sound surprising, the world of online gaming can provide business leadership insights for the 21st century.
The new economic environment: A strategic workforce perspective
Updated 10 Dec 2008
Questions about composition and capabilities of the workforce are never more pertinent that in times of economic distress, when decisions must be made that affect productivity, morale, retention of corporate knowledge and competitive positioning.
Facing the global opportunity: Insights from the 2007 IBM Human Resources Summit
Updated 04 Dec 2008
As the war for talent plays out on a global scale, companies are now taking a harder look at how they are hiring, connecting and developing their employees on a worldwide basis.
Transforming the workforce: Seven keys to succeeding in a globally integrated world
Updated 04 Dec 2008
To become globally integrated enterprises, companies must adjust their approach to workforce management.
Innovation: Shifting the strategic focus of learning - Lessons from the 2007 Chief Learning Officer Roundtable
Updated 03 Dec 2008
Read about how to better manage human capital in order to eliminate roadblocks to innovation and growth.
People and innovation: Getting ideas on the table
Updated 28 Oct 2008
The IBM Institute for Business Value has followed the Global CEO Study 2006 with a detailed analysis to better understand how organizations can mobilize their most important assets - their people, customers and suppliers - to more effectively innovate in today's business environment.
The Enterprise of the Future: Implications for the workforce
Updated 08 Oct 2008
Based on interviews with more than 1,100 CEOs, the IBM Global CEO Study depicts a clear picture of the Enterprise of the Future. But to achieve these aspirations, organizations will need to address several human capital challenges.
Integrated talent management
Updated 04 Sep 2008
Most organizations recognize the importance of aligning talent management and organizational strategies, and many believe they are already making progress; however, execution and integration still challenge many who participated in our recent human capital management survey.
Podcast Interview: The Global Human Capital Study 2008
Updated 02 Feb 2008
IBM Institute for Business Value podcast on the Global Human Capital study.
The Global Human Capital Study 2008: Unlocking the DNA of the adaptable workforce
Updated 15 Oct 2007
From improving efficiency to aligning performance with strategic goals, our human capital consultants can help you shape company behaviors in ways that empoer employees to excel.
Winning in China's mass markets: New business models, new operations for profitable growth
Updated 07 Mar 2007
Gather ideas about the business changes foreign companies may need to make in order to tap China's rapidly growing mass market.
Podcast Interview: People and Innovation: Getting Ideas on the Table
Updated 23 Feb 2007
Podcast Interview: People and Innovation: Getting Ideas on the Table.
Closing the Generation Divide: Shifting Workforce Demographics and the Learning Function
Updated 04 Dec 2008
Closing the Generation Divide: Shifting Workforce Demographics and the Learning Function.
A new approach, a new capability: The strategic side of Human Resources
Updated 21 Jun 2006
A new approach, a new capability: The strategic side of Human Resources.
How Human Resources keeps its seat at the table: Insights from the 2006 IBM Human Resources Summit
Updated 17 May 2006
Having survived the hiring boom of the late 1990's, and the cost cutting and layoffs that followed, today's human resources (HR) organizations must now focus on two overarching objectives: delivering strategic insights to business units, as well as continuing to provide administrative services.
Manage innovation and drive change from strategy to execution.
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