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"People will make a difference!"

The digital revolution is transforming businesses. But irrespective of the technological innovations, it’s the people who will make the difference!

As organizations gear up for a digital transformation, the discussion has moved to defining a people strategy for the digital age. Karan Bajwa, Managing Director, Microsoft, advocates using the levers of people strategy to adapt to the digital age. He defines the levers to be – the power of communication, the power of data and the power of one. Communication rests on an environment where people feel empowered to voice their opinions and give feedback; data of the organization can provide actionable insights; and the power of one which is the collaborative environment that technology fosters.

Topics: TechHR 2015, Strategic HR, HR Technology

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