By Betsy Kolkea, Carolina Reynoso, Irene Giménez Digital transformation, much has been written about it. It’s a favourite amongst consultants, analysts and researchers alike. It’s certainly a multifaceted process that promises to be challenging, beneficial and stimulating. The objective of digital transformation in an organization must be to improve productivity and performance in order to…

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By Carlos Pardo, CEO of Meta4 2016 has been a year of great challenges for HR management and digitization, unquestionably, has been one of them. The well-known international firm, Deloitte after conducting a large global survey concluded in their article Digital HR: Revolution, not evolution that: “This new world of digital HR is arriving fast, but,…

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By Bettina R. Flick and Carolina Reynoso. If there’s anything that marks the future of the HR profession, it’s the fact that it has to relentlessly push new frontiers to continually create value for their organizations. Just as businesses grow, so too must HR evolve. HR is already aware that it needs to go beyond the…

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Many companies brag about being innovative and reiterate this in corporate reports and in the different messages sent out to society. Settling in offices with large windows, scandinavian design furniture, walls decorated with photographs of Steve Jobs, Einstein and Leonardo Da Vinci, or a common space for playing table football—this is not what I would…

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Marketing and HR a necessary alliance Many factors make our company a good workplace. Obviously the reputation of their professionals, their business results and how well-known they are in their sector are some of the elements that make up their company’s “elevator pitch” and most certainly considered by future employees. However there are other internal…

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<<- Read Part I 6. Business driven It has long since been the case that those HR leaders who are most immersed in the business, and who understand and actively participate in strategic business leadership, are most effective in delivering talent and people strategies to meet business goals. It is perhaps a reflection on how…

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Amidst this technology revolution, the objectives of HR leaders have remained fairly constant: to attract, grow, develop, reward, and retain the talent needed to achieve business goals. So how well are CHROs doing? Recent Deloitte research found that “While CEOs and top business leaders rate talent as a key priority, only 5 percent of survey…

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We live in an era of vast technological innovations, in fact big and fast ones. The new information technologies, the explosion of Big Data and advances in visual and language recognition technologies among others have lead to a new way of understanding the working world. We are undergoing the fourth industrial revolution which delivers imminent…

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Strengthen transformational leadership skills, invest in state-of-the-art technology, and steer management’s vision to favour reinventing the business—all these contribute to building an innovation culture able to equip companies in today’s fast-paced world with the versatility and flexibility needed in order to meet their productivity and profitability targets. Under such conditions a solid and sustainable competitive…

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Managing employee engagement is one of those topics on the agenda of leaders, and particularly HR professionals, in any company. Nevertheless this concept poses several drawbacks. First of all is the difficulty in defining it. Instead of trying to find an abstract and vague definition, perhaps it is easier to understand the concept by describing…

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