KPMG has been recognised as a leader among global providers for Change Management and Workforce Management Consulting.
KPMG has been recognised as a leader among global providers for Change Management and Workforce Management Consulting according to new ALM Intelligence reports.
The reports assess the consulting providers' ability to create impact for their clients, based on evaluating the capacity to get results for clients and the ability to deploy the consulting across multiple client scenarios. KPMG resides among the top providers in both Change and Workforce Management consulting to earn the prestigious recognition.
ALM's latest Vanguard reports underscore KPMG's deep domain expertise in both areas. According to Liz DeVito, Associate Director and Lead for HR Consulting Research with ALM Intelligence, “KPMG also stands out for its firm grasp of the trends that are reshaping the organisation and its workforce.”
In speaking with clients, DeVito learned that “KPMG has a singular ability for visioning future state organisations and providing practical advice about mapping a path to the future.”
Commenting on this recognition, Mark Spears, Global Head of Corporate Services and People and Change at KPMG International says, “We are extremely proud to be recognised for the top tier expertise and results we provide our clients in addition to KPMG's unyielding commitment to innovate and stay future focused. We strive to provide our clients with the latest insights and technologies in all aspects related to the workforce.”
In addition to KPMG's Leader status in these two reports, the Workforce Management Consulting report ranks KPMG as `Best in Class Providers, for providing External Market Insight,' noting that “KPMG brings an informed, outside-in point of view on workforce management in its “Future of….” series that deconstructs the signals of change, analyses their impact on the future of work, and proposes meaningful roadmaps for action. Content is regularly refreshed with new insights from KPMG's research on the future of HR, thought leadership on intelligent automation for HR, `Rise of the Humans,' and the annual Global CEO Outlook.”
Within the Change Management & Communications report, ALM cites KPMG's Enabling Tools as `Best in Class,' noting that “KPMG continues to aggressively invest in developing a broad suite of change management tools, methods, and playbooks that align with its guiding methodology for making change real and impactful.”
Specifically, KPMG launched “Change by Design, an approach for designing and connecting personalised change journeys to business outcomes, and Change Frame, a platform for delivering the change journeys that also provides program management functionality, including data-driven insights, to change teams and business leaders.”
For more information about KPMG's Workforce Management and Change Management consulting services, visit HR, people & change services.
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