A global programme for today's strategic and analytical HR executive
The Global Talent Programme from Oxford Economics provides decision-makers with pioneering global research into how major economic, business, and market shifts are transforming the global need for talent, along with how demographic, education, and technology trends are reshaping the future supply of talent.
This ground-breaking HR programme gives you a complete decision-support tool for managing talent in today’s uncertain and complex global marketplace. The programme provides three interlocking components: (1) data and forecasts on talent, employment, business, economic, and demographic trends in 46 countries and 18 industry sectors; (2) corporate insights and strategies for managing talent in a time of business transformation; and (3) preferential access to our team of economists, business analysts, and information services.
The Global Talent Programme is the result of an extensive research initiative incorporating a range of quantitative and qualitative methods:
- Gathering and codifying talent, business and economic data from a wide range of sources, including local government offices, supranational organisations, NGOs, and private-sector research.
- Leveraging Oxford Economics’ econometric models and analytical expertise to build an advanced global model to forecast the supply and demand for talent across multiple countries, industries, and occupations.
- Conducting and analysing an in-depth survey of 352 global HR executives to understand their views and strategies by industry, region, company size, performance, and other key segments.
- Organising in-depth personal interviews with HR executives at 15 leading multinational firms across a range of industries, including financial services, manufacturing, consumer goods, technology, energy, and professional services.
- Drawing on the advice and input of a global team of HR consultants and experts from Towers Watson, AIG, American Express, British American Tobacco, the Center for Effective Organizations at the University of Southern California, Cummins, Coca-Cola, Edison International, and the Organization of American States.