Skills technology represents a fundamental shift in how organizations manage talent. A skills-first approach can unlock organizational capabilities and create an agile workforce. This has already proven to be a competitive advantage with lower talent acquisition costs, higher quality talent pipelines, improved internal mobility, and higher retention rates.
Yet, often left unsaid is that realizing the promise of skills tech requires organizational readiness, plain and simple.
Join us for a webinar on Wednesday, March 22, at 11 AM ET / 4 PM GMT with talent and thought leaders David Francis, Vice President of Research, Talent Tech Labs, and Sultan Saidov, Co-Founder and President at Beamery.Learn why #skillsdata should be considered across the talent lifecycle in @TalentTechLabs’ upcoming webinar with @BeameryHQ Click To Tweet
This webinar will include brief company overviews and highlights from the published research paper, “Skills Tech Guidebook: The Four Stages of Skills Maturity,” and a fireside chat featuring representatives from Talent Tech Labs and Beamery as they share use cases and experiences on how a skills-first approach can unlock talent on demand and create an agile workforce.
These experts will unpack the four stages of the skills maturity framework, how to assess your organization’s readiness, share best practices to move up the maturity curve, and real-world examples that will help you prepare for your skills-tech journey.
Highlights From the Research Paper
Why skills data needs to be considered across the talent lifecycle
Connecting data through the talent lifecycle delivers a best-in-class talent experience for candidates, employees, and alumni. The resulting talent insights can have profound implications for an adaptive workforce, particularly from skills data.
With a comprehensive, unified view of skills and competencies data, organizations can make more informed decisions across both talent acquisition and talent management. In talent acquisition, organizations can hire for potential, filling their recruiting pipelines with talent most likely to possess the skills they’ll need in the future.Obtain valuable insights plus “Your Readiness Guide to Adopting Skills Tech” when you attend @TalentTechLabs and @BeameryHQ’s upcoming webinar: Click To Tweet
This proactive hiring approach increases organizational agility by reducing time to fill critical roles. In talent management, a universal source of skills data can power upskilling, reskilling, coaching, and learning programs, in addition to guiding strategic workforce planning and internal mobility efforts.
If skills are the new workplace currency, it is critical for organizations to deeply understand what skills they have, what future skills they will need, and the appropriate actions to take to fill those gaps.
This aspect of a comprehensive talent strategy requires skills technology (Skills Tech) and the maturation of talent data practices, including the normalization of skills and competencies data from myriad disparate sources, both internal and external. Insight into skills data from across the globe and throughout the talent lifecycle, from applicants to alumni, is then revealed. Is your organization ready?
We’ll Be Discussing:
- What is skills tech, and what does it do?
- Different approaches to skills data technology
- Critical factors that influence success with a skills-first approach
- The talent data infrastructure of the future
By Attending This Webinar, You Will Learn:
- The four stages of skills maturity and how to assess your organization for skills readiness
- Best practices to move up the maturity curve
- Why skills data needs to be considered across the talent lifecycle
- Lessons from organizations that have leveraged skills tech to transform their talent function
Thank You To Beamery
We want to acknowledge our contributors at Beamery and thank them for providing their expertise and sharing their valuable insights with our audience. Thank you for helping make this webinar possible!
Register now to learn about how your organization can achieve a significant competitive advantage and avoid the common pitfalls of a skills transformation journey.