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Global Human Capital Trends


Effective organizations today are built around highly empowered teams, driven by a new model of management, and led by a breed of globally diverse leaders. More than 7,000 human resources and business leaders from 130 countries responded to this year’s survey. From this research emerged 10 trends in organization design and culture; in learning, leadership, and workforce management; and within the HR function itself.


In today’s world, the barrier between work and life has all but disappeared, the balance of power in the employer-employee relationship has shifted, and Millennial demands are now driving much of workplace culture. HR and talent teams can’t afford to stay stuck on business as usual.

Back-to-school survey 2016

As summer comes to a close, parents must do their homework on the subject of back-to-school shopping.

2016 Digital Education Survey

Digital transformation is impacting the education ecosystem, both inside and outside of the classroom. Examine findings from the Digital Education Survey.

Creating a continuous learning environment

In this issue of CFO Insights, we look at what is behind the push for continuous learning and offer suggestions for how finance chiefs can work with HR to advocate for its delivery.

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Analysts blogs

The Business of Talent

By Josh Bersin

Josh Bersin writes on the ever-changing landscape of business-driven learning, HR and talent management. His favorite topics include strategic talent management, creating high-impact learning organizations, and how organizations drive business change and competitive advantage through talent strategy and technology.

Talent Magnetism

By Robin Erickson

Robin Erickson, Ph D , directs Bersin by Deloitte’s Talent Acquisition research practice, and writes about various topics in talent acquisition including integrating with talent management, improving quality of hire for critical jobs, leveraging social recruiting to build talent pools and building a global recruiting function Robin brings to her role broad experience in talent strategy, retention improvement, workforce planning, organization design, mass career customization, diversity and inclusion, leadership alignment, change management, workforce transition and project management.

Leadership Drives Business

By Andrea Derler

Andrea Derler, Ph.D., joined Bersin by Deloitte in March 2015 and leads the Leadership & Succession Management research practice. She brings international work experience as leadership trainer & coach and a solid academic background to this role. Prior to joining Bersin, she collaborated closely with organizations in the USA as well as Europe in order to pursue practice-oriented leadership research. Andrea studied international management, organizational culture and integral leadership and facilitated leadership development efforts in a variety of industries. She holds a doctoral degree in Economics (Leadership & Organization), and a Master’s degree in Philosophy. Her work about leaders’ Ideal Employee recently received wide-spread media attention in Europe and was published in theLeadership & Organization Development Journal.


By Jeff Mike

Jeff Mike leads Bersin by Deloitte’s HR Operations and Service Delivery research He integrates rigorous research approaches with his extensive experience leading HR functions to engage diverse practitioners and to generate actionable knowledge Jeff also teaches HR to business people and business to HR people, formally at the graduate and undergraduate levels, and informally in organizations through his boundary spanning, consultative approach to problem solving and capacity building.

Learning on the Leading Edge

By Dani Johnson

Dani Johnson, Vice President, Learning & Development Research, writes about the evolving L&D function. Specifically, she focuses on the necessary changes in how L&D approaches its responsibilities and allocates its resources (people, time, and money) to have a lasting effect on both organizations and individuals.

People Analytics

By Madhura Chakrabarti

Madhura Chakrabarti leads the People Analytics research practice at Bersin by Deloitte.

Technology for Talent

By Christa Degnan Manning

Christa Degnan Manning leads Bersin by Deloitte’s Technology & Tools research. In this role, she collaborates with Bersin and Deloitte colleagues across practices to identify and analyze software and service providers that support and sustain success in human resources, workforce enablement, and organizational effectiveness. Christa’s research and advisory work helps businesses align their workforce support strategies with the right third-party software and service partners and governance models to deliver functional capabilities and employee experiences that support productivity, engagement, and workforce efficiency. She also helps solution providers map their capabilities and go-to-market activities with solution buyers’ and users’ critical needs. Christa draws on more than two decades of business-to-business market research, operational leadership, and global workforce experience. She holds a Master’s degree in English from the University of Massachusetts, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Barnard College, Columbia University, including studies at University College, University of London. Christa also has completed on-going executive education coursework in business metrics at Wharton, University of Pennsylvania.

Planning for High Performance

By Stacia Garr

Stacia Garr writes on trends and best practices in talent management, focusing on topics such as performance management, employee engagement, career management and workforce planning In her blog, she likes to share what she’s learned about how to make talent management programs more frequent, collaborative, engaging and effective



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