Implementation rate of strategic initiatives rests on formalizing talent management practices
Projects and programs are the core of any organization’s strategic initiatives — they are how change happens. Having the talent to implement those initiatives gives organizations a competitive advantage to navigate through change. Excellence in managing the talent unlocks that capability.
Our latest Thought Leadership Series focuses on how talent management impacts project practitioners and in turn, the successful implementation rate of strategic initiatives.
Gain executive-level insights developed in partnership with PwC, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and Human Systems International (HSI).
Organizations need project, program and portfolio managers with a set of capabilities beyond the ability to bring projects in on time, in scope and on budget in order to be successful.
Researched in collaboration with PwC, this capstone report quantifies the challenges, practices, processes and disconnects of business leaders and human resources functions.
Explore the talent management practices of 12 high-performing organizations in this report prepared with Human Systems International (HSI).
Uncover examples of excellence in recruiting, retaining, managing and developing the high-potential talent in project, program and portfolio management needed to execute strategic initiatives.
Talent deficiencies hamper strategy implementation efforts 40 percent of the time according to our study of almost 550 senior executives. In this EIU report sponsored by PMI, examine how well organizations are managing their strategic talent and what they do to improve.