Strategic Workforce Planning

Imperial Consulting Corporation

Because Imperial Consulting Corporation (ICC) has been in the strategic workforce planning and development business for over 40 years, it has broad expertise in providing businesses with solutions to the growing job-skills mismatch. Its services include:

  1. Preparing strategic workforce plans
  2. Analyzing current strategies
  3. Improving talent management
  4. Creating more talent from within your organization
  5. Organizing regional partnerships, internship and apprenticeship programs
  6. Providing executive briefings that focus on sector talent forecasts and strategies for addressing the talent gap
  7. Conducting company-specific research on future talent needs
  8. Writing white papers on talent issues in specific industry or service sectors

Imperial Corp

ICC has also assisted both governmental and non-profit organization with their future workforce and economic development planning. This includes international, federal, state, regional, county, and city economic development agencies, workforce boards, chambers of commerce, trade and professional associations, foundations, educational institutions, research organizations, community-based organizations (CBOs), and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

Imperial has helped many of these organizations foster the visionary leadership to support or initiate Regional Talent Innovation Networks (RETAINs). These public-private intermediaries act as partnership hubs rebuilding education-to-employment systems. RETAINs equip the current workforce and the next generation of workers in school with both the education and career skills needed for growing high-tech employment that keeps current businesses globally competitive and attracts new ones to a region. (Click here for more information on RETAINS).

Broadening and strengthening city, county, or regional workforce talent creation systems are also major areas of Imperial's work. We assist economic development commissions, workforce boards, foundations, chambers of commerce, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) or community-based organizations (CBOs), and other community groups in forming alliances to equip the current workforce and the next generation of workers with the skills needed for high-tech employment that sustains current businesses and attracts new businesses to your region.

Press Contact Us to inquire about any aspect of ICC’s strategic workforce planning services.

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