ASEAN Talent Management

$ 997.00

A detailed report about managing talent in ASEAN. Learn about local workforce planning nuances and effective tactics to build a high-performing business in Southeast Asia.

Overview, Table of Contents & Sample Pages below


Companies’ success in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will depend heavily on their ability to develop local talent.

Unfortunately, few companies have developed talent strategies adapted to the region’s unique landscape. In this report, we outline a workforce planning process and a set of four tactics that will help companies to avoid talent bottlenecks and tailor their talent programs to ASEAN’s regional nuances.

What you will learn

  • Why ASEAN’s local talent landscape is so unique
  • How to identify, train and retain top talent across the region
  • Understand the 12 staff competencies necessary to build an effective organization

What you will receive

  • Immediate access to the 23-page PDF report
  • Exclusive email updates covering emerging markets business topics
  • Special discounts on future report purchases

Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary3
  • Workforce Planning in Southeast Asia4
  •   Local Talent is Critical for Success in ASEAN5
  •   Finding and Keeping ASEAN Talent is Tough6
  •   Growth Plans Often Neglect Talent Issues7
  •   Workforce Planning is Vital in ASEAN8
  •   FSG’s Workforce Planning Process9-12
  • Tactics for Effective Talent Management in ASEAN13
  •   Nuances of ASEAN’s Talent Market14
  •   ASEAN’s Regional Complexity15
  •   ASEAN’s Massive Gen-Y Population16
  •   Tactics for Managing Talent in ASEAN17
  •   Design Training Bundles18
  •   Tweak Mobility Pay Packages19
  •   Adopt the 50-30-20 Rule20
  •   Adjust Your EVP for the Gen-Y Workforce21
  • Appendix: 12 Staff Competencies for ASEAN22
  • About Frontier Strategy Group23

Sample Pages

ASEAN Regional Complexity

ASEAN Tweak Mobility Packages

ASEAN 50-20-30 Rule

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