“60% of businesses say that skills gaps in the local labor market hold back the transformation of their business – the top barrier to transformation globally.”

So where and how will you find the talent you need to plug these skills gaps?

It’s not just essential skills that you’re missing – it’s essential insights.

A Job Architecture helps you connect your skills to your roles. It’s the first and a crucial step in your skills-based journey. When implemented properly, it brings together your fragmented pieces of skills data – relating to talent, jobs, and the wider market – to power recruiting, sourcing, onboarding, development, planning and redeployment.

Join us for this webinar on May 15, where we provide you with the key steps you need to take to set up a dynamic Job Architecture within your organization, today. Uncover the benefits (and common pitfalls) of this process – and get  a clear picture of how to connect the dots between the skills you have and the skills you need.

We will share:

  • What a job architecture is, and why it lays the foundations for a successful skills-first organization.
  • The key steps to building a dynamic job architecture
  • How to access actionable insights on your current and missing skills, so you can transform your talent strategy.






Andrea Herron

Head of People, HRBP/ Strategic Operations

Tom Shurrock

Product Director

Tracey Tiska

Senior Vice President, Human Resources - Business Segment HR
McGraw Hill

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