According to ALM, Digital HR Transformation Consulting “involves applying a set of tools and approaches such as data analytics, design thinking and connected systems to help companies redesign their HR organisations, processes and service delivery models to fit the digital age."
NEW YORK, NY, USA, 26 June 2017 — Deloitte announced today that ALM Intelligence has named it as the clear leader in Digital HR Transformation Consulting. In the report, entitled Digital HR Transformation Consulting 2017, Brendan Williams, Associate Director, Lead for Digital Consulting Research at ALM, highlights, “Deloitte’s position as the clear leader in this market reflects the firm’s success in combining the strengths of its Human Capital practice (a well-established leader in more traditional HR transformation consulting capabilities) with the digital expertise of Deloitte Digital (one of the leading digital consulting agencies).”
“Unprecedented changes to the workforce and business are presenting new challenges, as well as an opportunity to redefine the future of HR,” said Brett Walsh, Deloitte Global Human Capital Leader. “Deloitte is honoured to receive this accolade which illustrates our organisation’s commitment to preparing Chief Human Resource Officers to take a leading role in the digital transformation of their businesses.”
According to ALM, Digital HR Transformation Consulting “involves applying a set of tools and approaches such as data analytics, design thinking, and connected systems to help companies redesign their HR organisations, processes and service delivery models to fit the digital age."
“Given the rapid evolution of digital trends, we are seeing a wide range of client needs. This spectrum of demands serves as the basis for Deloitte’s research, services and investments,” added Michael Stephan, Deloitte Global HR Transformation Leader. “It is through this work and these investments that Deloitte is able to help clients realise a sustainable, digital-ready HR organisation which will help businesses unlock the potential of the workforce.”
As used in this press release, “Deloitte” refers only to the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited member firms.