PwC recognised as a Kennedy Vanguard Leader in Kennedy’s new report on Talent Management Consulting worldwide
Confirms PwC’s strong position as a Leader in HR Consulting
LONDON, 12 May 2015 – PwC announced today that Kennedy, the leading consulting research and advisory firm, has rated PwC as a Kennedy Vanguard Leader in their new report on Talent Management.
This new report confirms PwC’s strong market position as a leading provider of HR Consulting services, awarding the consulting practice with its highest industry recognition.
Kennedy said the rating was in recognition of PwC’s robust and mature people analytics capabilities in the market, offering diagnostic and predictive analytics for workforce planning. PwC were also rated as ‘very strong’ for Talent Management Strategy, Workforce Planning and Effectiveness and for Rewards and Performance Management.
The report’s author, Liz DeVito, said that recent acquisitions by PwC, bolstering its HR Consulting practice, had contributed to its status as Kennedy Vanguard Leader. Notably the addition of consulting practice Strategy& and The Difference in 2010.
Liz DeVito goes on to say; "PwC has achieved a pedigree in the talent management consulting market that is distinctive for its combination of diverse, innovative, and heritage HR services.
Global People and Organisation Leader, Jon Andrews, said: “We are delighted to be recognised in Kennedy’s Vanguard for Talent Management. We’re passionate about building tailored talent management solutions recognising our clients’ unique culture, leadership style and employee capability set and grounded in rigorous analysis and data-driven insight, to create lasting, differentiated value.
“With over 8,000 people with industry, business, talent, strategy, HR, analytics and technology expertise in one team across more than 100 countries we’re ideally placed to help our clients with their talent management issues from people strategy through to organisational execution.”
Source: Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory, “Talent Management Consulting 2015”; © ALM Media, LLC; used with permission.
- For more information, visit http://www.kennedyinfo.com/consulting/research/service-line/hr?C=a201pkoipidl7E1j
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