Human Capital Issues




Boomer Executive Transitions

As Boomer Executives exit the enterprise, an inflection point will be created whereby institutional memory preservation, knowledge management, and strategic initiative realization will be challenged by the capabilities and preparedness of the next wave of leaders heretofore deemed “insufficient” based upon an HBR study to over 50% of the Directors for Fortune 500 companies.


High Potential and Enterprise Engagement
is Weak


As the recession recedes, companies will be challenged to reengage the committment of it's High Potentials.  During the recession expectations for  this population intensified, yet career opportunities, recognition, and reward suffered.  Improving engagement for High Potentials  will require innovative human capital practices as a condition of enterprise success!



Aligning Organization Talent with Business


As organizations transform and position themselves for future growth, there is a current need for disciplined development of staff to manage what are becoming more complex enterprises. Taking the medium term view, companies need to recognize that shifting demographics and declining engagement before the global recession compel a new way of planning for the future worker, and workforce - Talent Readiness.


Entry Workforces Generation Shift

While the approximate age of the entry level worker remains consistent their aspirations are substantively different from those of their enterprise colleagues. Ten years ago, companies were hiring Gen X workers for their entry level positions,  Now, the dominant generation for entry level positions is Gen Y and they bring with them different attitudes, beliefs and behaviors that are creating challenges for today’s managers.



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