Article: How to build long-term HR capability

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How to build long-term HR capability

HR business partners must serve as a one-stop shop for all talent solutions and this will only begin with a magnified focus on the existing HR operating models to improve agility, flexibility and responsiveness
How to build long-term HR capability
Machines began replacing humans as early as the 19th century. The seeds of labor relations that were sown back then have, over decades of incremental progress, evolved into what we know today as Human Capital Development. Today, we stand at the cusp of yet another monumental transformation. The breakneck pace of disruption has redefined the very foundation of VUCA. Industry 4.0 is bringing with it the digital tsunami – Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, robotics, augmented reality and machine learning – impacting the work environment. Large-scale disruption on an everyday basis is transforming the physical world into a digital realm. The inescapable truth of change It is my earnest belief that the function which is going to take the maximum hit is HR. Do our challenges end at technology? Not at all! Above and beyond, there will be dramatically different skill and capability requirements. Major challenges await us in areas such as multi-generational workforce dyn...

Topics: Building HR Capability, Skilling, Talent Management

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In the next three years, 120 million jobs in the world’s 10 largest economies will need retraining or re-skilling. To adapt to this new environment and help shape it, employees need to embrace continuous learning. Amid these changes, HR needs to not think, act, or be like traditional HR; they need to understand their job is now “human transformation”. In this issue, we will focus on what HR leaders and organizations need to consider today to prepare for tomorrow.

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