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The Future of Talent Management Four Stages of Evolution. Introduction 1, Talent Management Defined 3, Stages of Talent Management Maturity 4. Stage 1 Core HR Systems and Manual HCM Processes 4. Stage 2 HCM Processes Are Automated 5, Stage 3 Integrated HCM Processes and Talent Management. Stage 4 Unified Talent Management Systems and Processes 7. Challenges and Opportunities 12, Into the Future Talent Management Beyond Stage 4 14. Conclusion 14, Appendix A Checklist for Assessing Talent Strategy Readiness 15. The Future of Talent Management Four Stages of Evolution. Introduction, Much has been written about talent management and the war for talent And indeed the.
supporting applications enabling technologies and business processes required for proper. and optimal talent management have all evolved in recent times to address the complex. problem that talent management presents, Today s talent management tools and the organizations that employ them are rapidly. maturing through four stages of evolution and adoption. Stage 1 Companies have automated core HR systems with a group of manual and. disparate human capital management HCM systems and processes. Stage 2 Organizations are beginning to automate some of their HCM processes. Stage 3 HCM systems are being integrated and talent management suites are forming. Stage 4 This stage marks the delivery of a unified platform of talent management and. application delivery and thus the beginning of the future state for talent management In. this stage organizations implement unified sets of talent management and business. processes and align and drive talent strategies based on corporate objectives. 1 Term introduced by McKinsey Co in 1997, The Future of Talent Management Four Stages of Evolution. This paper also briefly discusses the future state of talent management focusing on the four. pillars that will support it, Digitized global talent pools. Predictive succession and career planning, Workforce development through simulations and gaming. Orchestration of business and talent management strategies and systems. Examining the four stages of maturity and further defining the future of talent management this. paper provides a practical tool that companies can use to measure where their applications. and strategies fit within the Talent Management Maturity Model They can also use this paper. to identify opportunities and next steps for driving business performance through successful. talent management, The Future of Talent Management Four Stages of Evolution.
Talent Management Defined, Talent management comprises a complex set of HCM processes designed to manage companies. greatest assets their people Although industry analysts and consultants vary in their definitions of the. set of applications required to support these processes talent management systems generally include. processes for recruitment performance management competency management succession. management career development learning and compensation. Talent management requires both systems and an organizational commitment to attract acquire. manage and measure the talent needed to achieve a company s business objectives If business and. talent management systems are not aligned with processes companies not only fail to maximize their. benefits they also put their goals at risk, The key talent management questions each organization must explore include the following. Do we know how our business goals align with our workforce. Do we have the talent needed to achieve these goals. Are we driving goals down through the organization. Do we have the applications and processes to get there. Do we have business owners for those processes, What are our opportunity costs if we don t execute our talent management strategy. Where are we on the Talent Management Maturity Model and do we have a strategy to move from. one stage to the next, Figure 1 The Talent Management Maturity Model introduces four stages of HCM development and maturity. The Future of Talent Management Four Stages of Evolution. Stages of Talent Management Maturity, Figure 2 illustrates the maturity stages of talent management development showing the applications.
and technology employed in each stage Review the checklist in Appendix A to see how each. application maps to these stages Although there may be some overlap among stages each stage has. distinct characteristics that directly impact the technology s effect on the business. Stage 1 Core HR Systems and Manual HCM Processes, In the early stages of managing human capital HR functions are tactical focusing on employee record. keeping and payroll processing The lack of enterprisewide HCM applications or integrated HR. business processes prevents companies from properly managing their human capital assets In Stage 1. HR and or recruiters typically wait for requisitions to be created rather than help plan or anticipate the. company s human capital needs More progressive companies may engage in some workforce planning. however it s still based on predictions from the past and assumes talent will be readily available Since. HCM processes are manual forecasting future workforce requirements is problematic. Figure 2 Core human resources that have yet to be automated or aligned. Performance management in Stage 1 is also typically a manual process Thus strategies to align and. manage employee goals with corporate goals are very difficult to develop Reporting is focused on HR. record keeping, Advantages of Stage 1, Companies understand the benefits of using technology to manage HR administrative functions. These systems handle transactional issues and help capture basic employee information for record keeping. Disadvantages of Stage 1, Transactional systems do not help find align measure or manage the workforce. Recruiting and performance remain paper processes with recruiting often outsourced. Reporting is restricted to core human resources Reporting HCM processes is manual at best. The Future of Talent Management Four Stages of Evolution. Stage 2 HCM Processes Are Automated, In Stage 2 HCM applications automate processes such as recruitment and performance. management which in the past were paper intensive expensive to administer and largely inefficient. The goal in this stage is cost savings through process automation The application architecture has. evolved into silos of separate applications that work independently The user interface is functional. often simply translating an offline form into an online form. Figure 3 Automated but siloed HCM processes, As companies move from Stage 1 to Stage 2 many IT departments and HR professionals remain.
consumed with large scale implementations of core HR systems Thus it s not surprising that these. line of business managers drive more than one third of the funding and much of the impetus to. purchase HCM applications 2 They are looking for best in class applications to solve very specific. problems often choosing multiple solutions from many vendors Such applications provide a depth. of functionality within their disciplines however they remain unintegrated. Thus even enlightened HR professionals trying to execute more holistic HCM strategies confront. uncoordinated siloed applications lacking integration at this stage. Advantages of Stage 2, Processes are automated to improve productivity and reduce costs. A new breed of HCM applications automates specific business processes. Managers can now view reports on recruitment and performance management tasks. Disadvantages of Stage 2, Systems are still disparate and unintegrated. Advantages come from single point process automation not alignment with broad business goals. Reporting is confined to specific HCM processes with no capability to report on or analyze data across systems. 2 AMR Research HCM Spending Reports 2006 2007 2007 2008. The Future of Talent Management Four Stages of Evolution. Stage 3 Integrated HCM Processes and Talent Management Suites. In Stage 3 companies begin to manage human capital more holistically Additional HCM processes. such as onboarding competency management career development and succession planning are. automated The requirement for communication among these systems drives increased integration of. HCM applications using HR XML standards The result a common way to communicate. In this stage HCM systems also take advantage of internet technology to extend easy application. access to managers employees and prospective candidates via portals Ease of use drives application. adoption and the advent of the software as a service SaaS delivery model means that HR and line. managers can implement and maintain these systems reducing the burden on IT Companies in Stage. 3 tend to have portfolios of multivendor applications with no single system for managing talent. meaning they re unlikely to be maximizing their return on investments Indeed CedarCrestone s 2007. 2008 HR System Survey found that companies with higher levels of integration had 38 percent higher. operating income growth, Figure 4 Companies in Stage 3 tend to have portfolios of multivendor applications with no single system for. managing talent, In Stage 3 companies begin turning to application providers for groups of HCM applications or talent. management suites However with best of breed providers acquiring and loosely coupling additional. applications information tends to reside in multiple places requiring multiple inputs and lacking. single sign on Companies that wish to reach Stage 4 in the Talent Management Maturity Model require. a comprehensive view of talent and applications built to unify their talent management functions. The Future of Talent Management Four Stages of Evolution. Advantages of Stage 3, Multiple HCM processes are automated.
Integration standards are developed between HR and HCM systems. Talent management suites are being formed, The user interface is enhanced to facilitate widespread adoption. Reporting and analytics are enhanced to include individual talent management processes. Disadvantages of Stage 3, No consolidated view of workforce skills and competencies. No ability to share talent across the business, Processes remain disjointed. Reporting across talent management functions is limited since the information resides in multiple databases. Figure 5 This figure illustrates the percent of companies at each level of integration for talent management. applications Companies with higher levels of integration enjoyed higher operating income growth. Stage 4 Unified Talent Management Systems and Processes. The future of talent management begins at Stage 4 In this stage applications and processes are. designed to drive business performance through a unified view of talent assessments The aim is to. achieve business goals with an eye to finding and filling talent gaps This requires a very different type. of application architecture one that includes the following five core attributes. Unified database and architecture All aspects of talent are contained in a single talent database. with just one application architecture, Designed for social networking A social networking orientation in application design and delivery. extends reach and enhances collaboration and innovation. The Future of Talent Management Four Stages of Evolution. Personalization Configurability allows user personalization of the system while maintaining. compliance, Predictive measurements Extensive use of Web 2 0 across the talent management suite makes the.
user interface more personalized and intuitive than ever. Alignment with business goals The predictive nature of employee performance measurement and. alignment of goals drives increased business performance. Figure 6 Unified talent management applications and processes include recruiting performance management. competency management succession management career planning and compensation These should be unified in. an orchestrated application suite using a single talent database. Unified Database and Architecture, Talent management applications are unified including recruiting performance management. competency management succession management and career planning and compensation in one. orchestrated application suite using a single talent master database With workforce skills behaviors. and competencies unified companies have visibility into all aspects of talent Data does not reside in a. variety of databases and systems so employee data is not separate from candidate data and skills data. In a 2009 survey 3 conducted by Taleo Research 4 and Human Capital Institute executives were asked. What single criterion is most important to your organization in a talent management solution The. results showed usability and unification of talent management solutions to be the top two criteria for. the success of a talent management solution, 3 Taleo Research Unified Talent Management Key for U S Business Performance March 2009. 4 Taleo was acquired by Oracle in June 2012, The Future of Talent Management Four Stages of Evolution. A unified talent management system brings all talent data into one database that is integrated with. human resource information systems HRIS This unification. Aids recruiting You can model top performers to determine their key characteristics for example. where they went to school and what degrees they earned Did they get technical degrees. communications degrees Do they speak a foreign language Have they spent time in internationally. The Future of Talent Management Four Stages of Evolution 2 This paper also briefly discusses the future state of talent management focusing on the four pillars that will support it Digitized global talent pools Predictive succession and career planning Workforce development through simulations and gaming

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