Today’s rapidly evolving business world presents new challenges, emphasizing the need for flexibility and responsiveness. To remain competitive, organizational culture will increasingly focus on the way people are led, managed and developed. The HR function has the potential to enable a profound transformation in such areas.
Our People & Change team focuses on strategies to find the right people with the right skill sets to deliver against organizational goals in today’s environment.
Human capital transformation
Our team can design people and HR strategies, with the goal of delivering effective talent management and employee value propositions closely aligned to the business's strategic needs. HR transformation comprises policies and procedures to ensure compliance with regulatory and best practice mandates. Talent management focuses on designing career management and succession planning frameworks, processes and policies to provide a systemic view of the organization’s talent and capabilities. Learning solutions focus on training and development programs to upskill or reskill the workforce.
Organizational design and workforce planning
We work with clients as they drive workforce efficiencies, ensure the right level of specialization and optimize spans of control. Organizational design focuses on developing new target operating models. This helps to identify core value driving functions, organizational capabilities and opportunities for workforce efficiencies—including developing an organization structure. When transforming the workplace, we deal with workforce planning, workforce shaping, workforce of the future, workforce digitization and workforce analytics.
We support organizations as they seek to overcome systemic and cultural issues and drive the change agenda. Change management focuses on building a strategy, developing and implementing change-related communications, as well as stakeholder management. KPMG can also assist with behavioral change management, communication strategies and case for change, stakeholder analyses, culture transformation, culture audits and internal communications.