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Future-Skilling Your Workforce


August 2015 | Executive Summary

Companies can mitigate the challenges of talent shortages and declining productivity by investing in rigorous future-skilling programs and leveraging their talent for maximum agility. But for such efforts to be effective and sustainable, they must be intertwined with the organization’s goals on an ongoing basis. A successful future-skilling program is based on a people ecosystem in which talent systems are holistic and integrated instead of siloed and disjointed. This report discusses the three components that make up a people ecosystem and ways in which it can be maintained.

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Amy Lui Abel, PhD

Vice President, Human Capital Research
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Sherlin Nair

Research Associate, Human Capital
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