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Human Capital Trends 2012: Moving the Needle One Step at a Time

Increasingly, CEOs and boards look to HR executives to strategize and develop human capital solutions around critical business issues. What recent developments may affect your strategies and tactics in 2012?

On a HR Executives Dbriefs webcast, Human Capital Trends 2012: Moving the Needle One Step at a Time held on February 14, 2012, Dan Helfrich, Barbara Adachi and Michael Gretczko, principals, Deloitte Consulting LLP, discussed:

  • Eight critical human capital trends in 2012, including the CEO's mandate for HR, the changing HR risk agenda and global organizational models.
  • Understanding which trends require major organizational changes and which may only need incremental adjustments.
  • Aligning strategic and tactical changes to the organization's business priorities.

Watch the Dbriefs webcast replay to learn about Deloitte's 2012 Human Capital Trends Report and how HR executives can leverage developments to create value in their organizations.

The following polling questions were conducted during the webcast:

In 2012 growth is job #1: Thinking about this trend, which statement best applies to your organization?

Operation globalization: Thinking about this trend, which statement best applies to your organization?

Fast track to the top: Thinking about this trend, which statement best applies to your organization?

People risk is risky business: Thinking about this trend, which statement best applies to your organization?

Seeing around corners: Thinking about this trend, which statement best applies to your organization?

#social #mobile @ work: Thinking about this trend, which statement best applies to your organization?

Clouds in the forecast: Thinking about this trend, which statement best applies to your organization?

Stay in front with an effective salesforce: Thinking about this trend, which statement best applies to your organization?

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