"Workforce Planning and Analytics: Back to the Future," prepared by Mollie Lombardi, Vice President and Principal Analyst in Aberdeen's Human Capital Management practice, addresses the current state of workforce planning and analytics within companies today and discusses recommendations on how organizations can apply these skills to achieve differentiated business results. Analytics tools can be very helpful when looking at historical data, but top performers use the past as a starting point and are applying predictive analytics and other planning tools to help them look towards the future. In fact, 89% of Best-in-Class companies reported having strategic workforce planning efforts in place already. What's more, organizations with strategic workforce planning efforts in place are more than twice as likely to have at least one ready and willing successor identified for key roles. However, understanding what workforce planning is and applying the skills of business analytics and business intelligence to talent data to inform those workforce plans is still a struggle for many organizations. As such, this report delves into techniques and tools companies are using to ensure they remain at the top of their game. To obtain a complimentary copy of this report, visit: http://www.aberdeen.com/link/sponsor.asp?spid=30410182&cid=8503&camp=2.
New research from the Aberdeen Group reveals that companies with predominantly global supply chains ranked Supply Chain Visibility as a high priority for improvement. The "Supply Chain Visibility: A Critical Strategy to Optimize Cost and Service" research study by Bob Heaney, Senior Analyst for the Aberdeen Supply Chain Management research practice, details how increasing visibility is a critical strategy for enterprises seeking to reduce costs and improve operational performance in the context of increasingly complex and multi-tiered global supply-demand networks. Aberdeen research shows an unprecedented increase in the use of logistic service providers as the supply chain becomes more globally connected. At their core, supply chain-visibility solutions aim to improve organizational ability to connect transport and logistics activities, and put universal standards -- and enabling technology -- to their most productive use. To obtain a complimentary copy of this report, underwritten in part by C.H. Robinson and Amber Road please visit: http://aberdeen.com/Aberdeen-Library/8509/RA-supply-chain-visibility.aspx
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