Workforce research: Inputs and outputs

At the core of our research project are a pair of surveys aimed at discovering best practices in global talent management and helping shape the creation of talent strategies for the future. One survey involves  2,600 C-level executives and direct reports, screened for knowledge of HR strategy, while the other goes out to 2,600 non-executive employees. We’ll also be conducting 26 executive interviews to gain qualitative insights into workforce strategy.

Survey responses and interview subjects will come from a broad range of countries, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UAE, UK, and US.

After our survey results come in, we’ll release an executive summary of the research paper, four think pieces that explore specific research themes, four interactive infographics to accompany the think pieces, and 26 country fact sheets to present key data for local audiences. We’ll also be participating in a live speaking event and a webinar.

Throughout the research program, we’ll be updating this blog regularly with relevant research as well as our own survey data, and of course, we’ll let you know when we release new content and where you can find it.

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