KPMG in Canada can help your company remodel organizational design and HR strategy beyond traditional talent management approaches.
KPMG’s approach to organizational design and HR strategy can help transform your business.
Talent is key to competitive advantage. Market leaders understand this. People can become your organization's greatest asset when you tackle these talent challenges:
Adopting a forward-looking focus: What capabilities drive market success? What risks are there into acquiring and retaining that capability? How are you positioned against your competitors? We believe this process starts by understanding what skills and capabilities you will require tomorrow. We can help you develop an HR strategy to address this.
Treating talent management as a business-critical process: Strategic talent management should be part of business planning, not a standalone HR exercise. What is the quality of your talent pipeline and succession plan? How are you responding to multi-generational workforces? How are learning and development incorporated into your organizational design? We believe placing these risks firmly on the radar of people at the right level is key to developing and maintaining your competitive advantage.
Looking beyond traditional talent management approaches: Hiring, developing, and retaining the best people is important to the success of a business. KPMG can help ensure you have access to the talent needed for the future by helping you assess potential business acquisitions, joint ventures, or alliances as new sources of essential talent. We can also help you take workforce flexibility to a whole new level through greater use of contingent workers, for example.
KPMG's services can help your business embrace change and strengthen performance through proactive approaches for improving your organization's most valuable asset, your people.
Let us help you. Contact an Advisory professional today for more information.
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