Many interesting topics were discussed at the HR Tech Conference in London. Here we focus on some of the current thinking, discoveries, or case studies that will shape our future. New demographic shifts and employment trends Traditionally a company would control how and where people work. Now that is changing dramatically; many people increasingly have…

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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 Enrique Sala Pascual, HR consultant There’s been lots of buzz and debate on digitization and digital transformation and today everybody accepts it’s here to stay. It’s pretty obvious that companies that don’t factor in this digital ecosystem will have difficulties surviving. There’s also growing consensus that HR’s role ideally positions it for rolling out…

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The Big Disconnect in Your Talent Strategy and How to Fix It by John Boudreau, Mara Swan & Amy Doyle via @HarvardBiz Today’s leaders must lead the work, not just the employees. Talent can move into and out of an organization, through a growing array of options such as freelance platforms, crowdsourcing efforts, and temporary, contract, or part-time work. The…

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