Article: An all-encompassing culture will be the next big play

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An all-encompassing culture will be the next big play

2017 was the year of change and disruption, but 2018 will be premised on building competitive and institutionalized capabilities that can build the next frontier of sustainable growth
An all-encompassing culture will be the next big play
If we thought that 2017 was the year of change and disruption, 2018 promises to be a year of even more change and disruption.  5 trends seem to emerge that would impact business, and hence, the HR function and professional in 2018. Digitization, in all its forms. Increasingly, businesses can build competitive advantage by successfully leveraging digital presence. From AI and IoT, e-connecting with consumers to bots-led HR interfaces, face and voice recognition-based performance and employee service options that rival the best that employees can get as consumers, businesses ahead of the curve will create analytics powerhouses that will help companies take better decisions basis the widespread digital footprint that consumers and employees leave across the e-world. Offline will co-exist and will have to thrive with online. But what would be interesting to see will be how HR and leadership would embrace such changes and balance the co-existence of humans and machines, people intima...
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