While technical skills are often industry-specific, soft skills such as professional communication, critical thinking, collaboration, and time management are valued by employers across sectors. The importance of these skills is widely acknowledged; yet, they are not taught with consistency or given prioritization.
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Now that employer collaboratives have completed the first five steps of Talent Pipeline Management (TPM), they have the information needed to improve their ROI and respond to the needs of the collaborative through a continuous improvement process.
Public and private sector leaders in Kansas have adopted the Talent Pipeline Management approach to scale its Workforce AID initiative.
Step five of implementing a talent pipeline management strategy is to build the pipeline itself.
A new partnership between the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Lumina Foundation that will explore how new public-private data infrastructure can allow for better data flow in the education sector.
Talent Pipeline Management involves determining where your current best employees received their education or credential.
The Chamber Foundation proposes to develop and pilot test an employer-led job registry service that can assist employers and their HR technology partners.
A new Foundation report explores how, through advancements in technology and data standardization, the business community can transform how it organizes and communicates its hiring requirements for the jobs it relies on most to compete and grow.
The UpSkill Houston initiative has used talent pipeline management strategies to address the skills gap in many industries.