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: A Strategy, A Movement
The demands of today’s economy require a strategic alignment between classroom and career that better supports students in their transition to the workforce. More than 2,500 employers across the country are finding that alignment and seeing results by making Talent Pipeline Management (TPM) a priority.