Positioning the Organizational Leadership to Maximize the Talent On hand


Oracle has officially announced the launch of a brand-new AI-powered upskilling solution within Oracle Grow, a part of Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM). In case you weren’t quite aware, Oracle Grow basically comes bearing a responsibility to help business leaders quickly develop, upskill, and empower their teams. This, in turn, ensures optimal employee development, and owing to that, it triggers a sizeable upgrade on the part of organizational agility. Having referred to what Oracle Grow does, we now must turn our attention towards how the new upskilling solution will improve its prospects moving forward. We begin from the promise of leadership-driven role guides, where like you might have guessed, the idea is to help leaders fulfill critical business with the right talent and skills. In practice, these new guides basically leverage AI-powered skills recommendations and generative AI capabilities to let leaders quickly detail the purpose and goals of certain strategic roles. Beyond that, the stated capabilities will also play an important role when the agenda would be to identify necessary resources, and therefore, help employees achieve success in each role, such as training, required reading, or mentors. Complimenting the same is a centralized leadership dashboard, which conceives for leaders real-time visibility into development progress against role guides, specific skills and qualifications, and into overall skills of their business. Again banking upon AI, the dashboard uses comprehensive insights from across the suite to help leaders proactively track skills progression by department, business unit, position, or person.

“Today’s fast-paced market has created a continuously moving target around business outcomes and the skills needed to achieve them. To maximize talent potential and business success in this environment, business leaders need the tools to upskill their teams quickly and efficiently,” said Chris Leone, executive vice president of applications development at Oracle. “Oracle Grow for Business Leaders addresses this need and gives business leaders the ability to find the right people and successfully align skills and business strategy.”

Next up, we must get into the solution’s ability to enhance workforce transparency. By packing together role guides directly within an individual’s personalized Oracle Grow feed, this particular feature prepares the leader to assist employees in growing and developing their careers. Not just that, it also gives employees full transparency over the expectations their leadership has from them, while simultaneously delivering AI-powered recommendations on specific tasks, skills, and training needed to meet key business needs. Then, there is an innovative internal mobility mechanism, which makes it possible for business leaders to maximize internal mobility and discover the right talent faster. To ensure that users reach the stated objective rather seamlessly, the solution incorporates role guides into Opportunity Marketplace, an internal talent marketplace within Oracle Cloud HCM. Even employees stand to gain from this functionality, as they can use it to discover new career path opportunities.

Rounding up highlights would be the presence of a skill aggregation capability. The stated capability comes interlinked with the Oracle Dynamic Skills Platform, a robust skills aggregation platform that births a single skills infrastructure fully unified with people and work data wherever it exists. When integrated into Oracle Grow, Oracle Dynamic Skills Platform brings forth an extensive library of seeded skills, consolidates an organization’s existing or third-party skills data, and delivers AI-driven recommendations to power talent intelligence, experiences, and practices.

“Oracle has proven investments in the skills marketplace, and with the introduction of Oracle Grow for Business Leaders, they are now delivering a truly complete upskilling solution for employees, business leaders, and HR professionals,” said Trish Steed, CEO and principal analyst at H3 HR Advisors.

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