Workforce management

The future of work is team productivity. A future-proofed workforce stops the churn of talent by training people for high-demand and emerging skills and deploying them in high performing and balanced teams that accelerate business impact. Here are some ideas from those doing it well.

The business case for skills mapping

WithYouWithMe Social Impact Lead Cia Kouparitsas explores the role of skills mapping in preparing workforces for the future and driving digital transformation.

Five reasons every organisation needs a robust skills framework 

Solution Architect Andy Choquette unpacks why a comprehensive skills framework aligned with SFIA is the essential foundation for a future-ready workforce.

Flexible tech training for a future-ready workforce

Learn how a leading Australian bank implemented a digital training program designed to deliver client satisfaction and support growth opportunities for staff.

Performance, preference, postings, and the dark arts of military career management

WithYouWithMe has recently partnered with an Armed Forces agency to develop a pilot program to digitally transform the way career management, performance and posting systems are handled.

The British Army – equipped and ready for the future?

Few will forget the sight of massed Russian armoured vehicles parked in the open during their aborted advance on Kiev in March, easy prey for Ukrainian tank hunting patrols.

Workforce Planning: Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday

Workforce planning is the process an organisation uses to analyse its workforce and determine the steps it must take to meet current and future staffing needs. It also involves determining the most efficient and cost-effective methods to recruit and retain talent.

Digital transformation in the military – aspiration or substance?

The days when military innovation led the way in technical progress are a distant memory. Today the most brilliant minds, the greatest unfettered entrepreneurial zeal and the big bucks to imagine and drive the pace of change generally lie elsewhere.

Are the defence digital capabilities we need at risk of being ‘jam tomorrow’?

There is a clear link between Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, an act that has transformed Europe’s security architecture, and the urgency with which we should be embracing new technologies and building our digital armies.

5 steps for engaging Digital Natives with the modern military

There are thousands of digital natives (individuals who have grown up with and are very comfortable with technology) looking for employment, and yet we find it unendingly difficult to recruit them into the military.

Why Australia’s Defence Force needs a digital insurgency

If the Australian Defence Force (ADF) is to keep pace with modern practices and digitally transform its operations, it will require an insurgency from within.

Reflections on leaving the military – the digital challenge

Leaving the military 35 years after entering the gates of Sandhurst for the first time offers the chance to pause to reflect. The world has changed immeasurably in that time, and the military profession and character of war have revolutionised in parallel.

The Future Fight and the need for Militaries to build out their Digital Armies

The skills gap and how to fix it is clearly a global challenge, with organisations big and small re-thinking their talent strategies.

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