At Capgemini Consulting, we see the people agenda as a top priority for managers and HR managers who want to run an HR agenda that supports the organization's strategy and create business value. Capgemini Consulting has extensive experience in strategy development for HR and a well developed framework for designing and implementing efficient and effective HR strategies that support organizational strategy and create business value. We call it the People Framework.
Our Expertise and Unique Approach
Through investments in competence development and thought leadership and a long experience and a deep interest in strategic human resource issues, Capgemini Consulting has developed a strategic framework that will enable our customers to take a holistic approach on the people agenda. We call it the People Framework. The People Framework supports business leaders and HR management in analyzing its business and the changing people agenda, and act upon that knowledge.
The People Framework consists five key people-related trends and four distinct clusters of challenges that have a profound effect on organizations today and in the future. Each cluster can be used to identify unique needs and solutions that help organizations achieve their business goals. Our various service offerings support the work of the four clusters.
The five key people-related trends that are presented in detail and addressed in the People Framework are:
Technological advances follow each other ever more rapidly and are assimilated even faster. The adoption of digital technologies enables companies to realize cost reductions and increase added value, driving up profit margins.
New ideas or intellectual capital are the new keys to prosperity and to the wealth of nations. Organizations must walk a tightrope balancing the need to share knowledge in order to generate new insights, while at the same time protecting what they know in order to own the benefits.
Globalization is a powerful driver of the new world order and economy. To remain competitive, businesses and their business units are becoming borderless - geographically, internally, externally and virtually.
Productivity and social imperatives
Declining birthrates and aging workforces are forcing companies to do more with less people. In the pursuit of greater efficiency, all are expected to generate greater amounts of output in less time and to respond to multiple tasks immediately. Balancing employee and business needs has become a critical factor in business success.
Shifting demographics and the personalization paradox
The makeup of the global workforce is shifting radically, with more immigration, greater cultural diversity and emerging classes of employees, such as older workers. Talent is becoming a global shortage. To hold onto their talent, organizations need to create a strong employer brand. But what are the key ingredients for attracting, retaining and engaging talented resources?