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Talent Outlook 2013 – Key Findings Of Zinnov’s Survey
Confluence 2013Accelerating GlobalInnovation 6th March 2013 Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, CA
Zinnov LLCTalent Outlook 2013 – Key Findings OfZinnov’s SurveyJanuary 2013 No Part of this report may be quoted, circulated or reproduced for distribution without prior written approval from Zinnov.
HR and Technology Professionals from global Hi-Tech companies participated in thesurvey conducted by Zinnov Organization Profile By Verticals Organization Profile By Global Headcount 3% 13% Semiconductors 29% 0-100 20% Software 101-1000 29% 1001-10,000 Telecom & Networking 63% 17% More than 10,000 Storage 9% Internet 6% Organization Profile By Revenue (Million USD) Others 11% 0-500 Respondent Profile By Roles 29% 35% 501-1000 1001-5000 HR-Generalists 40% 21% 15% 5001 and above HR- Business Partner 21% HR- Compensation 12% Organization Profile By Headquarter Location Engineering 7% 5% 5% Japan Operations 7% 5% 5% Ireland Consulting 5% 5% France HR- Talent Acquisition 5% UK Product Management 2% 75% USA Program Manager 2% Singapore Total number of organizations participating in the survey = 40 Source : Zinnov Talent Neuron Location and Skills Survey Q42012 3
Key themes that emerged from the survey • Organizations are • Marginal growth in looking to expand/grow 2013 Is Going Growth In Low Cost China & India primarily within US To Be The Countries Led By China due to cost and access • Focus on Tier 2 Year Of Skill & India Is Expected To to talent locations in the US is • Operations in China is expected to increase in And Talent Remain Constant not on the priority list 2013 Reconciliation for most companies • Hiring for undertaking innovation related activities will be primarily in the US 1 2 4 3 • In 2013, there will be Skills Are • Organizations believe an increased focus on that 25% of their HR Analytics, Skill Set Evolving And current talent will Assessment and New Age Skills become redundant in Training The Role Of HR In That Did Not next 3- 5 years • Niche Skills Hiring is a Organizations Will • User Experience, key challenge for most Exist A Decade Analytics and Mobility organizations Become More Back Are In are the top skills that Strategic Demand companies require in the near future Total number of organizations participating in the survey = 40 Source : Zinnov Talent Neuron Location and Skills Survey Q42012 4
1Silicon Valley & other US Cities will be the primary innovation hubs for a majority of thecompanies followed by India and EMEA What percentage of your company’s innovation 70% of the organizations indicated that Silicon Valley will come from the following regions in 2013? will be their center of innovation in 2013 Silicon Valley 71% 1% Silicon Valley Other USA cities Other USA cities 50% 8% 5% 8% 36% India India 43% EMEA 10% EMEA 36% China Latin America China 30% 15% 18% APAC Latim America 26% Africa APAC 21% Over 54% of Innovation from Africa 7% US • In the coming years, Seattle, Maryland, Dallas, Boston are expected to emerge as innovation hubs • India is expected to account for only 15 percent of the innovation/ innovation related activities • Brazil, Argentina, Costa Rica and Chile are expected to be the top innovation locations in the Latin America region Note: * An organization can expect innovation across multiple regions, hence total proportions is more than 100% Source : Zinnov Talent Neuron Location and Skills Survey Q42012 5
2About 75% of the companies indicated that they plan to increase their headcountacross centers located in the US; outside of the US, India and Africa are the preferredlocations By what percentage do you expect to increase headcount in the following regions in 2013? • Companies continue to focus on growth in Silicon Valley - • 80 percent of the respondents Silicon Valley 30% indicated that their organization’s headcount is expected to increase Other USA cities 18% the most in Silicon Valley compared to other locations India 13% • 70 percent of the respondents expect their Latin America organization’s headcount to increase in 9% other US Cities Africa 5% • The number of organizations with centers in Africa and Latin America is less. EMEA 5% However, the expected increase in the headcount in these geographies is higher APAC 4% compared to China and APAC region China 4% • China is the least preferred location for talent growth 0% 20% 40% Total number of organizations participating in the survey = 40 Source : Zinnov Talent Neuron Location and Skills Survey Q42012 6
3In the next 3-4 years, 40% of the organizations believe that about 1/4th of their currentskill inventory will become redundant Organizations future talent requirement to be different from current requirement What percentage of your future skills will differ from your current skills? Organizations Expecting a Skill Set Change in the 0-25% 18 Future 47% Expected Change in Skill-Set Requirement 53% Organizations Unsure of Skill-Set Requirement in the Future Not Sure 11 • Most organizations expect the key skill sets to differ by 25% in 50-75% 5 near the future Number of • Training, Focused Hiring, Organizations Workforce Planning, Skill-Set 25-50% 4 Measurement, Performance Monitoring are some of the areas that need to be strengthened within 75-100% 2 organizations in order to prepare for changing skill-set requirement Total number of organizations participating in the survey = 40 Source : Zinnov Talent Neuron Location and Skills Survey Q42012 7
3Engineering, Analytics, Mobility and Cloud are the top skills that companies require inthe near future. In addition, companies are also emphasizing on developing soft skills Skill Set 8 to 10 Years ago 2013 User Experience Design N o n E Data Scientists x I Mobile Application s Development t e n Cloud Computing t Organizations believe that understanding skillbase/inventory Legend of their talent is the key to the future Extremely Very Low High Note: Analytics includes Big Data, Predictive Modeling, HR Analytics Source : Zinnov Talent Neuron Location and Skills Survey Q42012, Zinnov Talent Neuron Database 8
3Engineering, Analytics, Mobility and Cloud are the top skills that companies require inthe near future. In addition, companies are also emphasizing on developing soft skills What will be the top 3 required skills in the near future for your organization? 60% Percentage of Companies 50% 40% 40% 32% 20% 24% 20% 17% 7% 0% Platform Engineering Analytics Mobility Cloud Computing Migration to New Desktop/Server Others Skills Technologies Technologies virtualization • Attracting and retaining PhD holders in areas such as hardware design, statistics, automation is a key challenge for organizations • In the near future, organizations are expected to increase their focus on soft skill development across levels and functions. These skill sets include Leadership Development, Coordination, Communication, Customer Services, etc. • About 24 percent of the companies indicated that Migration to New Technologies and Desktop/Server Virtualization are the key skills required in the near future Note: Analytics includes Big Data, Predictive Modeling, HR Analytics Source : Zinnov Talent Neuron Location and Skills Survey Q42012, Zinnov Talent Neuron Database 9
4The survey indicates that hiring people with Niche Skills, Skill Set Assessment and HRAnalytics will be the key focus areas for HR Departments in 2013 Key Focus Areas for HR Departments in 2013 • Hiring for niche skills and skill set assessment continue to remain the Niche Skill Hiring 50% key challenges for most organizations Skill Set Assessment~ 21% • Over 50% of the organizations lack dedicated statistical or data analytics teams across HR departments. Percentage of Respondents Training 21% • Dedicated statistical teams within HR HR Analytics departments can help in reducing 20% various challenges across Skill-Set Assessment, Large Volume Data Talent Retention 19% Analysis and Workforce Planning • Over 50% of the organizations lack Workforce Planning* 14% dedicated or shared teams that can undertake research on existing and High Volume Staffing 14% potential future locations for the company *Workforce Planning: Understanding staffing trends, resource allocation, forecasting etc, ~Skill-Set Assessment: Performance assessment, productivity measurement Source : Zinnov Talent Neuron Location and Skills Survey Q42012 10