Human Capital Trends 2012
For organisations to leap ahead in 2012, decisive action is required.
It’s fitting that 2012 is a leap year, since a number of converging market trends are driving HR organisations to make significant leaps in capabilities and performance.
HR faces a critical, dual imperative in 2012 — a focus on enabling both their organisation’s overall growth agenda and on driving efficiency in the business of HR. This dual focus demands decisive action as the stakes are greater than ever.
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Deloitte report, April 2012 | 32 pages
The top eight human capital trends outlined in the report include:
In 2012 growth is job number one
Growth is the top priority for many CEOs in 2012. To make it happen, HR is boosting its capabilities in three key areas.
Many companies are shifting to globally integrated operating models, where the home country is just one of many markets.
Fast-track to the top
Developing the next generation of leaders to drive future growth
People risk is risky business
In a world of black swans and growing uncertainty, HR’s role in managing enterprise risk is expanding.
Seeing around corners
Advanced tools are turning workforce data into powerful insights that help businesses navigate uncertainty.
#social #mobile @work
Social media and mobile devices are raising the bar on HR service delivery.
Clouds in the forecast
Cloud services are changing the way business operates, and HR has a key role in helping organisations adapt.
Stay in front with an effective sales force
A multichannel environment is creating the need for a different kind of sales force.
Businesses are calling on HR to leap ahead and help manage change in the face of complex challenges that touch so many parts of the enterprise. Understanding the 2012 Human Capital Trends — what they mean for both leading HR and for leading the business — is a great place to start.
Please view the media release ‘Growth, cloud, social, mobile and analytics among this year’s top HR trends says Deloitte’ relating to the first trend in the report here.
Please view the media release 'New global operating models the latest HR trend says Deloitte' relating to the second trend in the report here.