Oracle Modern Best Practice for Public Sector—Talent Review to Succession

Talent Review to Succession
Intelligence-Driven Succession Planning

Talent Review to Succession

With civic infrastructures strained from the demands of growth coupled with an aging workforce, public sector institutions face difficulty achieving both short- and long-term operational goals. Oracle Modern Best Practice helps you reduce talent gaps by enabling you to quickly and easily assess the strengths and weaknesses of your city planners, civil servants, agency administrators, and critical support staff. Using modern mobile, social, analytics, and cloud technology, you can identify staff capabilities through intelligence-driven, collaborative, and secure interactive online discussions. Use advanced visualization to assess factors such as emerging technology expertise, vendor negotiation success, risk of leaving, impact of loss, and performance. Fulfill future demands for new citizen support services driven by blockchain and artificial intelligence. Prepare for workforce redeployments, reskilling, and backfills by placing employees into talent pools, tapping top eligibility lists, and developing succession plans.


Talent Review
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Talent Review

Assess talent capabilities through intelligence-driven, collaborative, and interactive online discussion.


Ranking and Assessment
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Ranking and Assessment

Evaluate the talent using advanced visualization to assess factors such as job fit, potential, risk of leaving, impact of loss, and performance.


Analyze Talent Pools
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Analyze Talent Pools

Identify the development needs of talent pool members such as reskilling or emerging technology certifications. Make recommendations to address those needs.


Course Completion
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Succession Strength and Weakness

Analyze individual and workforce strengths and weaknesses to determine bench strength and succession slates.


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