Moving Your Organizational Strategy from Jobs to Skills | Deloitte Insights

Talent Management

Talent management practitioners continue to reimagine their organizations’ talent practices based on skills rather than fixed, static jobs. I have shared various thoughts and resources that comprehensively describe why this shift is taking place, including Ravin Jesuthasan’s and John Boudreau’s excellent book–Work Without Jobs: How to Reboot Your Organization’s Work Operating System. But shifting to …

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Reshaping Your Organization Using a Skill-based Reward Structure | Deloitte US

Talent Management

As organizations shift increasingly toward skills-based talent management, they must consider the impact on various talent practices traditionally built on jobs/roles, such as pay and rewards structure. As noted in this article, “in a traditional reward framework (see Figure 1), a worker’s job title drives their base pay while company and individual performance primarily drive …

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Report: Shifting Skills, Moving Targets, and Remaking the Workforce | Burning Glass Institute, Emsi, & BCG

Workforce Trends

Much has been written about how the skills required to perform various lines of work continue to change at an alarming pace. To better measure how new skills are emerging, others are disappearing, and which skills are shifting in importance, this new 44-page research study analyzed ~15 million online job advertisements posted between 2016 and …

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Skills Frameworks Fuel Skills-based Organizations | Deloitte Blog Capital H

Talent Management

I have shared several articles highlighting how organizations are reimagining every talent practice to be based more on skills than jobs. As noted in this new article, a skills-based organization (SBO) provides an integrated system that ensures that the workforce is aligned, capable, effective, adaptable, efficient, and inspired by shifting from managing employment and supervising work done …

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