Building the Foundation for Strategic Workforce Planning at Bristol-Myers Squibb | People + Strategy

Brian's Articles Workforce Planning

Strategic workforce planning (SWP) as a practice has been underway for over two decades. Since its inception, SWP has evolved into a more sophisticated discipline, integrating a plethora of capabilities to create value—strategy, data, and analytics, to name a few. Despite these advancements, more than a third of HR practitioners agree their organization is overwhelmed …

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Identifying Leadership Capabilities that Drive Business Performance | Linkedin

Brian's Articles Leadership & Culture

Few would dispute that an organization’s ability to identify and develop future leaders, better and faster than its competitors, can provide an advantage. Just as speed-to-market with a product enables an organization to get ahead of the competition, a steady pipeline of leaders, ready to respond to future challenges and opportunities, provides a competitive edge. …

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Linking Talent Strategy with Business Strategy| Linkedin

Brian's Articles Talent Management

If you ask an organizational leader to articulate his/her company’s talent strategy, the answers probably will sound more like a list of talent processes, programs, and practices versus a talent strategy. While these elements enable a talent strategy, by themselves, they are not a talent strategy. A talent strategy is a road map for how …

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Linking the Employment Value Proposition to Employee Engagement and Business Outcomes | Organizational Development Journal

Brian's Articles People Analytics Talent Management

In 2007 while I was employed at AT&T, I designed and executed a strategic analytic initiative to link employees’ perceptions of the employment value proposition to employee engagement and business outcomes. This approach, which is sometimes referred to as linkage analysis, is a methodology for understanding the relationship between employee, customer, and financial data. Linkage …

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