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Human Capital Trends 2023: Powered by SAP SuccessFactors

How can SAP SuccessFactors enable organisations to transit into this Boundaryless World?

The boundaries that were once thought of as the natural order are falling away.

Organisations are traversing new landscapes. They are moving away from the traditional boundaries that kept things packaged and orderly as they now have permission to experiment, pilot and innovate to redefine fundamentals.

Framing the challenge: Think like a researcher

To lead in a world without boundaries, organisations and employees should activate their curiosity and treat every decision as an experiment that will accelerate impact and generate new insights. The following trends illustrate what it means to think like a scientist:

  • Navigating the end of jobs
  • Powering human impact with technology
  • Activating the future of the workplace

Charting a new path: Cocreate the relationship

The dissolution of boundaries requires organisations and workers to take a different path, co-creating their relationship in pursuit of new and evolving purpose, innovation and re-imagination. The following trends illustrate where organisations and workers need to co-create their relationship:

  • Negotiating worker data
  • Harnessing worker agency
  • Unlocking the workforce ecosystem

Designing for impact: Prioritise human outcomes

Organisations should have an impact not only on their business, their employees and their shareholders, but also on society at large. The following trends illustrate how organisations and employees are prioritising human outcomes:

  • Taking bold action for equitable outcomes
  • Advancing the human element of sustainability
  • Elevating the focus on human risk

Human Capital Trends 2023: Powered by SAP SuccessFactors

  • Navigating the end of jobs - SAP SuccessFactors paths the way for agile careers - from creating out-of-the box career opportunities up to targeted trainings for the next job.
  • Powering human impact with technology - Humans can only benefit from technology which seamlessly works together. SAP SuccessFactors is made to seamlessly integrated into the existing enterprise landscape and allows to be easily extended when the need arises.
  • Activating the future of the workplace - SAP SuccessFactors enables mobile working and all relevant system integration to SAP, non-SAP and even non-HR applications in a One-Stop-Shop supporting the remote working capabilities of managers, employees and HR function alike.
  • Negotiating worker data - SAP SuccessFactors' People Analytics provides comprehensive insights, enabling organisations to make data-driven decisions that benefit both the company and its employees.
  • Harnessing worker agency - Co-Creation of workers is at the core of SAP SuccessFactors. Through SAP SuccessFactors' Continuous Performance Management, organisations can maintain regular touchpoints with employees, ensuring that their feedback and needs are consistently heard and addressed.
  • Unlocking the workforce ecosystem - One Total Workforce Management is focused by the closely aligned solutions SAP Fieldglass and SAP SuccessFactors. Talent can be seen through a unified lens - independent of their status as regular employee or as external worker.
  • Taking bold action for equitable outcomes - SAP SuccessFactors' Reporting and Analytics allows for deep dives into workforce demographics, facilitating efforts towards increased equity and diversity.
  • Advancing the human element of sustainability - With its leading Analytics and Planning tools, which allow the integration of non-SAP-data, SAP SuccessFactors strongly supports the increasingly regulated Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) reporting and enables companies to plan their green skills and hence support their sustainability goals
  • Elevating the focus on human risk - The key to focusing on the individual is the interaction between manager and employee. SAP SuccessFactors helps both to constantly monitor and address the focus topic - both from a business perspective and from an individual development and well-being perspective.

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