We focus on the human experience in business transformation
People & Change
In the current rapidly changing and competitive marketplace, delivering effective transformational change becomes a key factor of success across all functions of an organization. We tailor our insights to your specific strategic and operational issues, your competitive dynamics and culture. We work to your agenda and help you tune in to the strategic talent implications of your business strategy to be able to attract, retain and develop the right people for your current and future business needs.
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How KPMG can help
KPMG’s People & Change team can help you unlock the potential of your people to drive high levels of performance. Leveraging on relationships from across our global network of over 1,300 practitioners in 45 countries, we successfully collaborate across sectors and geographies, making full use of our wide breadth and depth of project experience.
We also utilize the wealth of knowledge of KPMG’s Global HR Centre of Excellence, which gives clients access to HR technology solutions and teams of senior professionals who together with some of the world’s foremost academic researchers, foster innovation and develop market-leading insights in all areas of human resources.
Our strong track record with clients in both the public and private sector spans projects related to HR transformation, capacity building, development of policies and procedures manuals, as well as search and selection of top executives, design and delivery of training programs, setting up assessment and development centers, organizational design and change management.
We are there for you throughout the entire journey – from solution design to implementation and optimization – working across the entire lifecycle of your specific people management and transformation projects:
KPMG is registered by the Albanian Ministry of Economy, Trade and Energy to provide advisory services in the area of personnel recruitment and selection within the Republic of Albania (№ LN-4635-02-2012 dated 16 February 2012).
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