The fifth volume of the T&L 2030 series is a multi-faceted analysis of talent management in the transportation and logistics industry worldwide. It also contains strategies to help transportation and logistics companies improve their talent management.
The findings of the study reveal that the global transportation and logistics industry is in urgent need of a radical transformation if it is to stay competitive and attract skilled people.
Highlights from survey:
This edition includes views from different executives on talent management and which strategies they pursue to tackle the challenge.
Get to know the perspective from:
So what can transportation and logistics companies do to address talent issues and improve their human resource management and strategy?
In this report, we offer 21 forward-looking activities.
The options span a wide range:
We entered into a dialogue with experts from the industry, science, business associations and politics to ensure a well-balanced perspective.
Our Delphi panel
Around the world, populations are ageing. In many developed economies, increasing numbers of workers are contemplating when to retire. That's a major problem for some sectors, like road freight, where labour shortages due to retirements are already beginning to take their toll. In developing economies, transportation and logistics as a sector is growing rapidly - but workforce development isn’t yet keeping pace. How will transportation and logistics companies cope?
To get some answers, we've put together a global panel of experts and posed a series of questions using a RealTime Delphi methodology. Will transportation and logistics executives be standing in the winner's circle in 2030? You can read the experts' views in this report. We also present some suggestions on how transportation and logistics companies can position themselves.