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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 strategic imperative for training

The military's approach to upskilling, where experts are trained rather than hired, offers invaluable lessons for organisations looking to gain a competitive advantage in the modern, technology-led market.

Tech apprenticeships: Levelling up the future workforce

The growing demand for tech apprentices represents a promising approach to addressing the digital skills shortage which simultaneously championing increased diversity and equality for the sector.

Why the National Skills Passport is the key to a future-ready workforce

The Australian Government’s National Skills Passport represents a paradigm shift for skills-led employment and has the potential to solve the digital skills crisis.

The skills revolution: Redefining talent acquisition and retention

WYWM People and Culture Director, Jessica Dwyer delves into the emergence of skills-based hiring and the critical role this approach plays in building and future-proofing modern workforces.

Tapping into the new collar workforce

Characteristic of fields like cyber security, data analytics and digital marketing, the ‘new collar’ workforce are a set of modern workers in high demand and the skills they need can be easily taught with targeted, rapid training programs.

Hiring for the future: A step-by-step guide to implementing a skills-first approach

Cia Kouparitisas unpacks the skills-first approach to talent management and how organisations can implement this approach to find and nurture workforces for the future.

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.

Why every business 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 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: Preparing for the future, today

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.

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