Human capital trends 2011 - Revolution/evolution | Whitepaper
Events of the past few years have brought sweeping changes to business and new challenges for the Human Resources (HR) leaders who support them. Two broad themes — innovation and global markets — have taken a front-row seat in human capital organisations around the world. From evolving technologies and process breakthroughs to new organisational models, new markets, new customers, and new approaches to talent, the power of fresh thinking runs deep and strong.
This is Deloitte’s 2011 report on 12 significant trends that are shifting the HR landscape. Some evolutionary and some revolutionary, these trends are transforming how human capital leaders and professionals create value for the organisations they serve, their people, and their communities — both inside HR and across the broader business.
All of these trends are relevant today. Each has demonstrated significant momentum and potential to have an impact—and each is important enough to support immediate consideration. Forward-thinking organisations should consider developing an explicit strategy in each area, even if that strategy is to wait and see. But whatever you do, stay ahead.
- Workforce analytics: Up the ante
- HR in the cloud: It’s inevitable
- From ladder to lattice: The shift is on
- Emerging markets: The front line for growth and talent
- Diversity and inclusion: Driving business performance
- Next-generation leaders: New models for fi lling the pipeline
- Talent in the upturn: Recovery brings its own challenges
- COOs for HR: Operations takes a seat at the table
- Leading in a regulated world: All risk, all the time
- Collective leadership: Getting organizations to work as one
- Contingent workforce: A critical talent segment
- Employer health care reform: Moving beyond compliance
Learn more in the full report in PDF attached below. This report is available in PDF format only.
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