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Human Capital

Business led. People driven.

Business performance is powered by the effective use of capital: financial capital, technological capital and human capital. In a world in which businesses must compete in an ever-wider arena while doing more with less, human capital is emerging as the most challenging to secure, the most elusive to quantify and the most critical to success.

Events of the past few years have brought sweeping changes.  New challenges for business, HR and talent are becoming clear. At the top of the list? Globalisation, innovation, an aging workforce, Gen Y, evolving technology, intense regulatory environments and the reality of distributed work in the cloud. The implications of these changes are profound. Talent, leadership, world class HR services and business driven HR are all fundamental areas for the forward-thinking organisation.

Leaders who understand the interconnections of these fundamental areas will likely be in the best position to meet the business needs in the decade ahead. Those needs will be shaped by global growth, innovation, and risk management. Emerging markets are becoming the world’s leading growth markets – for customers and talent alike – and many organisations aren’t prepared for the workforce challenges of this new world. Do you know what trends are shaping Human Capital today?

Practices of managing people by gut instinct and tribal wisdom aren’t going to cut it in the global talent marketplace. Welcome to HR 2020.

Featured Insights

  • Global Human Capital Trends 2014: Engaging the 21st-century workforce
    CEOs and HR leaders see talent as a major challenge to growth. Where should you focus? Our survey of 2,500+ organizations in 90+ countries reveals 12 critical trends shaping the human capital agenda.
  • Realising the impact of organisation design: Ten questions for business leaders
    Organisation design is a complex undertaking with no guarantees of success. Download this point of view to learn about a new way to implement organisation design programs that deliver tangible results using ten critical questions and our focused Decide, Design, Deliver approach.
  • Organisation Acceleration: The new science of moving organisations forward
    As human nature makes it difficult to speed up the way individuals change, the way organisations manage change must transform. Download this new point of view to learn about our new approach to extracting analytic-driven insights, delivering solutions with precision, and creating change with lasting impacts.
  • Human Capital Trends 2013
    This year’s theme, Crucial Conversations, explores seven critical human capital trends that leaders should be talking about today.
  • Strategic Moves 2012: The global mobility island
    Our latest survey reveals organisations are not taking the necessary steps to align global mobility strategies with business’ issues and talent goals. This report discusses the need to better manage an organization’s global supply and demand of skills and talent.

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Find out more

  • Die HR-Umfrage von Deloitte
    Ausgabe 3, 2013
  • Human capital publications
    From across our global network

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  • Sarah Kane
    Partner
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