Myriad disruptors are impacting the workforce of the future. Automation is substantially altering the shape and flavor of the skills required to compete. Older, more experienced workers are retiring. Millennials are entering the workforce, but their dramatically different needs, desires, and ways of working must be accommodated. And market dynamics are changing at light speed.
But creating a capable, adept, and satisfied Workforce 2.0, as some refer to it, requires far more than a simple refresh of traditional recruitment, development, and talent retention practices.
In this podcast, Arun Ghosh, a principal in KPMG’s Advisory group, sat down to discuss: