People, Workforce, Managing the Talent Pipeline for Global Manufacturers


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Is retaining your top talent becoming increasingly difficult? Is your organization encountering issues when trying to hire employees whose skills meet the organization’s needs? The global war for specialized finance and technology talent is intensifying. Learn about the human capital trends that are facing today’s manufacturing and accounting industries.

You will hear from a panel of people in the front lines of the talent challenges facing global manufacturers. This world class panel of Doug Roosa, CPA, CGMA - General Motors, Cami Jacobson - University of Phoenix Strategy Group, Nicole Lenz, KPMG Director of People & Change, and Kimberly Burch, CPA, CIA, CFE will be covering both the macro workforce issues and micro accounting and finance teams.

Panelists will present their perspectives on these systemic talent pipeline issues, and you will learn how different organizations are addressing these challenges.

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People, Workforce, Managing the Talent Pipeline for Global Manufacturers

  1. People, Workforce, Growing Your Talent Pool & Managing Your Talent Pipeline AICPA  Global  Manufacturing  Conference   October  (16)  17-­‐18,  2013   JW  MarrioC  Orlando  Grande  Lakes  
  2. Tom Hood, CPA, CITP, CGMA If there is a conversation about the future of the profession, you're bound to hear Hood's name mentioned as one of the people leading the way. – Accounting Today ! CEO Maryland Association of CPAs (MACPA) Business Learning Institute (BLI) ! ! ! ! Named the Second Most Influential in Accounting by Accounting Today Magazine 2013 Top 150 Influencer by Linked-In Top 25 Influencers in Learning & HR by HR Examiner Top 25 Public Accounting Thought Leaders by CPA Practice Adviser Working on Learning Management with AICPA/ CPA2Biz, Cloud Curriculum, Performance Management /XBRL, Leadership & Generations
  3. The Panelists ! Doug Roosa, CPA, CGMA – General Motors ! Cameron Jacobson – University of Phoenix Strategy Group ! Nicole Lenz – KPMG – Director People & Change ! Beverly Burch, CPA, CIA, CFE - HillRom
  4. Join the conversation Respond to a Poll Ask a Question
  5. Report
  6. The  repsones  from  the  group  are   consistent  with  the  latest  research  on   the  issues  facing  global   manufacturers.  Nine  out  of  twenty   responses  dealt  with  retaining  and   recruiPng  talent.     GeneraPonal  issues,  Pme   compression,  and  compliance  related   issues  were  the  next  three  top  issues.          
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  8. The Challenge
  9. Shift Happens
  10. Paradigm Shift The  high  performers  in  our  survey  invest   more  in  talent,  focus  on  closing  skills   gaps,  have  more  customized  training   and  development  programs,  idenPfy   future  leaders  earlier  in  their  careers,   and  have  robust  succession  plans  in   place.  They  also  focus  more  on  “soU”   leadership  skills  such  as  the  ability  to   embody  the  organizaPon’s  culture  and   values  and  to  lead  effecPvely  in  a   complex  global  business  environment.   Source: E&Y Paradigm Shift: Building a new talent management model to boost growth
  11. The Bounce
  13. T   Curriculum design by BLI and AICPA using Top 5 Competencies for future from CPA Horizons research and job levels from the BLI “Bounce” Model. Leadership and Communications were combined and the 5th category expanded to include practice specialties for firms and functional areas for corporate. Examples would include: Corporate Accounting, FP&A, divisional reporting, shared services, etc. CPA Firms would have audit, tax, industry specialties. These technical areas would have specific curriculums designed to meet their specific technical competency needs.
  14. Our approach - The Six C’s •  •  •  •  •  Career Path (Ladder) Competency-based Learning Curriculum Compliance Tracking for CPAs Content – world-class Technical & Leadership Courses in multiple formats •  Context – Line of sight to organization vision, mission, strategy & culture
  15. How can we help you keep your L>C? •  •  •  •  •  Strategy & Alignment Curriculum tied to strategy I2a Leadership Academy BLI Leadership Express - ondemand leadership support Social learning In a period of rapid change and increasing complexity, the winners will be those organizations who can keep their rate of learning greater than the rate of change and greater than their competition. – Tom Hood
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