KPMG member firms recognized in recent ALM Intelligence report as a global 'Leader' for Talent and Leadership consulting services and capabilities.
KPMG member firms have been recognized in a recent ALM Intelligence report as global `Leader' for their Talent and Leadership consulting services and capabilities.
ALM's Vanguard report assessing consulting-services providers cites KPMG's intelligent and strategic approach to programs and solutions that aim to develop redesigned workplaces in which humans and machines work together.
“KPMG stands out for a consulting approach inspired by its ongoing research into the organizational impact of cognitive technologies and a unique methodology which helps clients focus on the talent priorities of a labor model that blends human and digital competencies,” says Liz DeVito, Associate Director and Lead for HR Consulting Research with ALM Intelligence.
The ALM report assesses KPMG's client capability development as Best in Class and cites KPMG for delivering an approach that seeks to “embed talent and leadership consulting” into today's CEO transformation agendas. KPMG's effective practice structure is also called out in the report along with its global People and Change Centre of Excellence.
“The global People and Change Centre of Excellence enables local teams to provide consistency in consulting deliverables through thought leadership, assets, tools and access to senior consultants with specific domain expertise,” the report states.
“Unprecedented changes continue to emerge at increasing velocity in every industry today. Businesses are turning to KPMG member firms to serve as their `digital guide' to the future in pursuing the critical initiatives that are transforming every corner of their operations,” says Mark Spears, Global Head of People and Change at KPMG International. “We are extremely proud of the work KPMG professionals are doing to help organizations reshape their workforces for the future and we are delighted to be recognized as a global leader by ALM's latest report.”
The ALM report notes that KPMG's behavioral change management methodology provides a practical and scalable approach that sets out the steps, tools, and outcomes required to deliver the people elements of transformation.
ALM also highlights the innovative use of KPMG's Change Frame, a digital platform that engages stakeholders throughout the lifecycle of a change initiative, obtaining real-time feedback and data to measure change adoption and ROI. KPMG's Workforce Shaping methodology, and its Learning Academy and Learning Platform, are also highlighted in the report.
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