Webinar: Imagining Work Without Jobs | MIT Sloan Management Review

Podcast | Webinar Workforce Planning

In this new one-hour on-demand webinar conducted on April 27, 2022, Ravin Jesuthasan and John W. Boudreau share ideas from their book, Work without Jobs: How to Reboot Your Organization’s Work Operating System (released March 29, 2022). The main point of their book is that organizations must embrace a new “work operating system” that deconstructs or unpacks jobs into …

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6 Future of Work Trends Reshaping the Employee Experience | Gartner HR Leaders Monthly – May

HR Technology Workforce Planning

This 36-page May 2022 edition of Gartner’s HR Leaders Monthly Magazine includes six articles on how technological change and the evolution of the work will impact the employee experience (EX) in the months and years ahead. The first article (starts on p.4) outlines six future of work trends reshaping the EX. They include: 1) Well-Being Is the New …

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Meet the Four Forces Shaping Your Workforce Strategy | strategy + business

Workforce Planning

This 14-page article highlights how companies are navigating four forces to inform their workforce strategy. The four forces and the questions they help firms answer include: 1) Specialization (the expertise we obtain and build to succeed). How can we anticipate the roles we’ll need (and the roles being displaced)? 2) Scarcity (the talent shortages and skills deficits that could harm …

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Ten New Realities for Finding, Keeping, and Developing Talent | Mckinsey & Co.

Talent Management Workforce Planning

This article shares ten talent realities companies need to face and offers suggestions for how firms can address them. And while the article is written through the lens of ‘tech talent,’ many of the realities are agnostic of role, function, and industry, such as: #3. Think candidate experiences, not recruiting process. This point emphasizes that firms …

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Four Views Scenario Planning Worksheet | Xplane

Workforce Planning

Many organizations increasingly recognize the importance of strategic scenario planning (SSP) in light of the pandemic. SSP is a tool that helps organizations envision, describe, and plan for possible–but alternative futures an organization may face. SSP enables firms to prepare for uncertainties, considering such factors as the amount of economic growth, labor market conditions, and …

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Podcast: Does the Future of Work Mean Work Without Jobs? | Digital HR Leaders

Podcast | Webinar Workforce Planning

In this 55-minute podcast episode, David Green interviews Ravin Jesuthasan and John Boudreau, who are releasing a new book—Work Without Jobs: How to Reboot Your Organization’s Work Operating System (due out on March 29, 2022). John and Ravin discuss how they see the future of work and jobs evolving, including the core principles behind their new work …

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Can’t Fill Jobs? Deconstruct Them | MIT Sloan Management Review

Workforce Planning

Many firms are enhancing aspects of their employee value proposition (EVP), such as flexible work, wellbeing, and compensation, to attract and retain talent in a competitive market. And while a compelling and differentiated EVP is an essential component of a talent strategy, another viable lever for addressing talent challenges is rethinking how work gets organized. In this …

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Repost: Preparing for the Short and Near-Term Future of Work | Deloitte Development

Workforce Planning

As concerns over the Omicron variant grow, many company executives are asking: 1) Do we stay the course with office reopening plans or push back timelines again? 2) Do we alter our protocol for when workers are together in person? And while most firms appear to be taking a wait-and-see stance as new information develops, a few have …

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Beyond the Job: Developing New Work Models | Deloitte Insights

Workforce Planning

The traditional notion of a job continues to be challenged as work becomes less predictable, more fluid, and affected by rapid disruption. In his article, From Workforce to Work-task Planning, Dave Ulrich discusses the practice of deconstructing jobs into tasks and activities and then using this information as the basis for workforce planning. John Boudreau and Ravim Jesuthasan emphasize …

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Report: Preparing for the Short and Near-Term Future of Work | Deloitte Development

Workforce Planning

Firms continue to develop workforce strategies to address both short and long-term needs. And behind workforce strategy development are usually a set of questions to answer related to work, the workforce, and workplace. This 30-page report raises several questions for firms to consider as they develop and execute both short- and long-term workforce strategies. The …

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