According to a recent report by Deloitte, over 98% of business executives are planning on increasing the use of skills rather than jobs as the basis for making decisions about work and their workforces. Currently 90% of organizations are actively experimenting with skills-based strategies to:
- Build organizational agility
- Address long-term talent shortages
- Achieve diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging goals
- Respond to workers’ desires for more growth, choice, and flexibility in the way they work.
The steady growth of the extended workforce over the past few years and the faster-cycle, “fractionalized” work architecture often associated with contingent work make extended workforce programs an excellent catalyst for the transition to skills-based organizations.
Join Flextrack Head of Insights and Impact Jeff Mike
, co-author of the Deloitte report Julie Hiipakka
, and extended workforce executive and innovator Kip Wright
, along with a community of extended workforce influencers in a virtual, private conversation to answer this key question. A limited number of participants will gather virtually in a non-sales environment to identify next steps for helping your enterprise make the move to a skills-based organization and to share tactics for influencing business decisions along the way.