1. The Rise of the Social Enterprise: A New Paradigm for Business By Josh Bersin in Joshbersin.com After a year of research and another enormous survey of business and HR leaders around the world, we just released the Deloitte Human Capital Trends 2018, entitled “The Rise of the Social Enterprise.” What we found, after detailed…

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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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For us to realize just how important the concept of “talent” is today, it’s enough to do a simple Google search to find out that this is a recurrent subject in umpteen blogs, articles, HR forums and highly topical in all areas and levels of organizations. Talent search, promotion, development and retention have thus become…

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To maximize the potential of knowledge workers, there should only be one group: the people, because full responsibility is only possible from full autonomy.

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In daily interactions with customers, partners and fellow employees, we are plunged in the endless flux of the working environment, where standing still comes at a high cost and requires constant investment of human capital capable of maintaining the pillar of any company: offer products or services that provide a value exceeding the money invested…

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More and more we will be working closely with robots able to develop many of the tasks previously reserved for people.

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Nobody explains to us that our work now consists of defining the work

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What is the state of the digital competencies of the members of our organization? Do we really know how to manage this?

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We find four generations living side by side within companies

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