Work Tech After The Pandemic : HR Magazine


HR Magazine/ 2022/ June

Work Tech After The Pandemic

Work Tech After The Pandemic

We've fast-tracked our digitalisation and our IT infrastructure to enable large-scale remote work. We've invested in a huge range of tools, functions, and solutions. We're scrambling for tech talent to match our tech acceleration. And now that things are slowly returning to normal, what's the next step?

This month, we look at how organisations are adjusting their tech strategies to re-adapt to the post-pandemic environment and what has changed – or remained the same. We hear from renowned business leader Shiv Shivakumar, currently Group Executive President, Corporate Strategy at Aditya Birla Group; from HR leaders including Priyanka Anand, Head of HR for Ericsson in SEA, Oceania, and India, and Ester Maria Loidl, CHRO of Freudenberg Group; we bring in the perspectives of tech companies and solution providers that have observed and navigated the market changes of the last two years.

It's not quite a new era of tech, but it is a jump into the future: time for the rest of the organisational strategy to catch up.

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