Murugananthan Velayutham, Dr. A. Shameem Anwar


The environment for most organisations today is global, complex, dynamic, highly competitive, and extremely volatile.  In addition to these external conditions, most organisations are also facing several global challenges including those related to talent flow and a shortage of needed competencies. One major result of these challenges is that they have to be global and be systematic in managing their human capital if they wish to gain and sustain a competitive advantage in the years ahead.

In today’s knowledge economy, up to 70 percent of an organisation’s value is based upon the skills and experiences of its employees. Yet for most businesses, there is simply no visibility into how well the company’s biggest asset is being managed. In fact, LinkedIn and Facebook probably offer more information about a company’s talent assets than their HR technology systems have today. Without a unified approach to talent data, real intelligence on a company’s HR is not immediately available to generate key insights for decisions making.

This empirical article helps us understand the value companies place on talent information and whether HR and Line executives have access to reliable talent data to understand the levers that help them drive business results.

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