Upcoming Events

Center for Education and Workforce
26
Sep
27
Sep
1 Days
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
1615 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20062
United States
Join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and your colleagues on September 27th, 2022, for the Talent Pipeline Management (TPM) National Learning Network (NLN) Fall Summit. A reception will take place the night before on September 26th at the Chamber building to network with your peers.

A strategic alignment between classroom and career.

  • Keeping pace with the changing needs of the economy. 78% of hiring managers say the skills gap persists across industries. Employers need a talent strategy that will help them clearly communicate their most critical job needs to their partners in education.
  • Upskilling is no longer a nice to have. The TPM approach builds external pipelines—adequately preparing talent that has yet to walk through the door—as well as long-term strategies for backfilling, upskilling, career pathway development, and succession planning.

Top benefits of TPM include:

  • Built on industry best practices
  • Authentically employer-led
  • Generates granular, actionable data on employer demand
  • Provides a structured process for collective action and decision making
  • Engages the full spectrum of talent sourcing providers
  • Creates shared value, competitiveness, and accountability
  • Focused on employer ROI

TPM in Your State

TPM in Your State

Did you know TPM is active in over half the states in the U.S. and recently expanded into Canada?

Find out if TPM is active in your state. 

Use the map to learn what's happening in your state and who's leading the charge. 

TPM Map

The TPM Academy®

The Chamber Foundation worked with a board of advisors to develop a training curriculum designed to walk business-led organizations through the process of implementing TPM principles. Beginning in 2019, the curriculum is expanded to include training for employers looking to upskill an existing workforce. This training is called the TPM Upskill Academy.

The curriculum begins with TPM orientation, gathering appropriate stakeholders and generating buy-in for the process, and runs through all six TPM strategies, concluding with Strategy 6, post-implementation continuous improvement. 

LEARN ABOUT the academy

Employers Using TPM to Strengthen Their Talent Pipelines

Local First Arizona is developing an essential pipeline to train nursing talent in rural Arizona by leveraging partnerships to meet in-demand workforce needs. 

Kentucky Workforce Center

The Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center is bringing business, education, and workforce partners together to create high-quality, sustainable workforce solutions in Kentucky.

Vermont TPM

In Vermont, the needs of the business community are aligning with talent development by the education system by using TPM as a strategy for public-private partnership and sustainable growth for the state's key industries.

Arizona Healthcare

In Arizona, the healthcare industry is using TPM to organize employers, identify needs, and partner with education providers to create a sustainable model for hiring, upskilling, and retaining specialty nurses.

The National Learning Network

Growth of the TPM initiative has continued thanks to a national network of TPM leaders and champions who act as Peer Advisors to those businesses and states new to the process. In October each year we host a national workforce conference that brings these audiences together to discuss best practices, challenges, and successes. Members of this network advance to become faculty members for the TPM Academy and may advance further to become advisory TPM Fellows.

TPM Faculty & Fellows

For more information, please contact workforce@uschamber.com.