Corporate insights and strategies
In-Depth Research Report: Global Talent 2021
Our ground-breaking Global Talent 2021 research report contains extensive analysis of key trends, case studies, and calls to action for corporate and government leaders. This 44-page report examines how market transformation—driven by economic realignment, advances in technology, globalisation, changing demographics, shifting customer needs, and increased competition—will redefine the supply and demand for talent. The report includes valuable advice on how HR leaders will need to rethink their strategies and techniques for managing talent.
Executive Summary: Global Talent 2021
This high-level executive summary provides the key findings from our full research programme. The briefing ties together each strand of research, including our HR survey, corporate interviews, steering committee meetings, and talent modeling and forecasting. Programme clients are free to circulate this report to corporate executives, employees, and other stakeholders within their organizations.
Best Practice Case Studies
The programme includes a series of valuable case studies that show how top corporations have successfully adapted their HR strategy to cope with the changing geography of talent and business transformation. We provide corporate case studies from a cross section of industries.
Global data and forecasts
Global Talent Databank
Our unique talent databank forecasts supply and demand for skills and employment around the world, with key indicators across 46 countries, 18 industries, and a cross-section of management levels and occupations. To help put these talent trends into perspective, the databank also includes economic, employment, demographic, and business data and forecasts.
Global Talent Dashboards
These global and country dashboards provide you with at-a-glance charts and infographics on the supply and demand for talent across 18 industries in 46 key markets. Our talent and labour analysis includes a breakdown by occupation and management levels.
HR Survey Benchmarks
As part of our study, we conducted an extensive online survey of 352 global human resources executives around the world to analyse how their requirements for talent will shift over the next decade, including the hard and soft skills that will be in high demand across a range of industries. In addition, the survey probed how HR executives will be fine-tuning HR strategies and practices to meet the challenges from global market and business transformation. To enable you to benchmark your views and strategies with peers, the data can be easily segmented by company size, industry, region/country, industrialised vs emerging markets, profit, engagement, and other performance criteria.